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Addiction can wreak havoc on every aspect of your life, leaving you feeling lost and powerless. However, the good news is that recovery is always possible.

Taking action and making positive changes can help you overcome addiction and regain control of your life. It may seem overwhelming, but with the right support and guidance, you can take the necessary steps towards a healthier, happier future. This may include seeking professional help, making lifestyle changes, and building a strong support network.

Remember, recovery is not a one-time event, but rather a journey that requires ongoing effort and commitment. By taking action and choosing to change, you can break free from addiction and create a fulfilling life in sobriety.

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Substance Use Disorder Treatment


Behavioral Health partners provide community-based agencies under contract to provide addiction treatment services, and provide oversight, training, quality assurance, and site monitoring. Get help through the Sonoma County Department of Human Services.

Substance Use Treatment for Veterans


Many Veterans have problems with the use of alcohol, tobacco, street drugs, and prescription medicines. Veterans Affairs is here to help. Get support for substance use problems through Veterans Affairs.

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