|General Agency Information|
|Alternate Name(s):||SMART Recovery of Silicon Valley|
|Days/Hours of Operation/Phone:||Anytime (Answering machine available)|
|Description:||24 hour recorded information. Alternative recovery program for individuals with addictive behavior like alcohol or drug problems, compulsive eating, gambling, or sexual behavior. We teach scientific principles and proven therapeutic techniques to help overcome addiction.
|Meetings:||Every Tuesday, 8-9:30pm at Emeline Health Center
1080 Emeline Ave., Santa Cruz. The meeting is in the small auditorium. Park in lot behind building D on right, go to the right of the sliding doors to the far stairway with yellow rails and go down to the basement. Look for signs directing to meeting room.
Check website for other Silicon Valley locations.
|Volunteer Info:|| Become a Facilitator -- The volunteer efforts of Facilitator are the backbone of the SMART Recovery organization. Facilitator are individuals who believe in the principles upon which the SMART Recovery program is based, and who desire to serve their communities by volunteering their time to organize, publicize and lead meetings.
Become a Professional Advisor -- Professional Advisors support Facilitators by providing training and supervision on leading SMART Recovery meetings. This is accomplished by brief contact as needed as well as by periodic meetings between the Advisor and one or more Facilitators in a given locality. Behavioral health professionals with training in the treatment of addictive behavior, and an interest in serving as a Professional Advisor, are encouraged to contact us.
|Languages other than English:||None|
|Accommodations for Disabled:||Varies Depending on Location|
|Eligibility:||Open to All|
|Areas Served:||California (Northern)|
|Addictions/Dependencies Support Groups|
Alcohol Dependency Support Groups
Drug Abuse Counseling
Drug Dependency Support Groups
Gambling Support Groups
Smoking Addiction Support Groups
Substance Abuse Counseling
Substance Abuse Services
|This record last modified November 21, 2012|