Drug Rehab San Francisco

How Our Drug Rehab Recovery Process in San Francisco


Inpatient Treatment or Residential Treatment

Outpatient Treatment


Holistic Treatments

Group Therapy

Behavioral Therapies

Medication-Assisted Addiction Treatment Programs

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

San Francisco Resources for Fighting Addiction

Best Drug Rehab Centers in San Francisco

Bayview Hunters Point Foundation

Casa Quetzal

Epiphany Residential

Activities at Our Rehab Center Near San Francisco

  • Yoga and art therapy: Engage in yoga sessions to enhance physical well-being and art therapy for creative expression.
  • Excursions: Explore San Francisco’s rich cultural scene with outings to iconic locations and serene natural spots, encouraging connection and inspiration.
  • Luxurious amenities: Enjoy our facilities, including a soothing spa, a refreshing pool, and semi-private or private rooms outfitted with comfortable bedding. An on-site chef prepares nutritious, gourmet meals daily, with options for every dietary need.
  • Wellness activities: Benefit from personalized physical fitness routines by our personal trainers, designed to strengthen and heal the body during recovery.
  • Sober fun: Relax and socialize with peers through on-site activities like ping-pong, gaming, and foosball.
  • Creative and holistic programs: Participate in enriching activities like creative writing, music therapy, art therapy, a recording studio for musical exploration, and breathwork classes for emotional and psychological healing.

Providing Addiction Treatment to Local Communities in San Francisco

  • Downtown San Francisco
  • Mission District
  • Haight-Ashbury
  • Marina District
  • Richmond District
  • Sunset District
  • Pacific Heights
  • Nob Hill
  • North Beach
  • Bayview-Hunters Point
  • Twin Peaks
  • Castro District
  • SoMa (South of Market)
  • Financial District
  • Presidio of San Francisco
  • Embarcadero

Traveling from San Francisco to Los Angeles for Rehab

  • BART and flight: An efficient route involves taking the BART from Civic Center/UN Plaza to Coliseum, then flying from Oakland (OAK) to Burbank (BUR). Upon arrival, the subway can be taken from North Hollywood Station to Vermont/Sunset Station, close to our Los Feliz location. This journey approximately takes 3 hours and 34 minutes, with costs ranging between $87 and $393.
  • Caltrain and train: For those preferring a scenic, ground-based route, the Caltrain from San Francisco to San Jose, followed by the Coast Starlight train to Los Angeles, offers a picturesque view of California’s landscapes. The entire trip spans about 13 hours and 50 minutes and costs between $29 and $174.
  • Direct flight: Another option is to fly directly from San Francisco (SFO) to Los Angeles (LAX) and then take the subway to Vermont/Sunset Station. This route takes around 4 hours and 32 minutes, and prices vary from $65 to $242.
  • Bus services: Bus services from San Francisco directly to Los Angeles are available, such as FlixBus, which provides an 8-hour and 8-minute journey costing between $34 and $107.

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