The Recovery & Wellness Center will provide a safe place for homeless and low-income individuals to detox from drug & alcohol abuse, enter long-term residential and outpatient recovery, and receive recuperative care following hospital stays. Once launched in it's entirety, The Recovery & Wellness Center plans to provide medically monitored detox, sobering mats for short-term recovery, an intensive 90-day resident recovery program, outpatient recovery services, and after care programs.

Short-term sobering & detox center

Opening in February 2018, Interfaith's short-term sobering and detox center will provide our North County neighbors with a safe place to take their first steps towards sobriety. Open for referrals 24-hours a day, this Recovery & Wellness program will help community members achieve immediate short-term sobriety and then transition into the 90-day residential program.

Intensive 90-Day Addiction Recovery Program

Open as of December 1, 2017, Interfaith's intensive 90-day addiction recovery program is a comprehensive residential and community-based mental health and substance abuse program. Located at Interfaith's Escondido headquarters, the 44-bed program also addresses the underlying challenges and struggles our North County low-income and homeless neighbors face. The ultimate goal of the program is for each recovering participant to graduate drug and alcohol free, with economic stability.

To learn more or refer a potential client, please call (760) 489-6380 ext. 279.

Outpatient Community-Based Treatment Program

In late 2018, Interfaith will launch an outpatient community-based treatment program. This program will also feature an after-care component.

*Please stay tuned for more information about this developing program*

Recuperative Care Program

Another way individuals looking to achieve sobriety can enter into the Recovery & Wellness Center is through Interfaith's Recuperative Care Program. This program provides emergency housing and support to veterans and non-veterans exiting local hospitals and recovering from an illness or injury. Located at the Hawthorne Veteran & Family Resource Center in Escondido, the program houses 20 homeless veterans and 12 homeless non-veterans at a time, and also provides access to comprehensive counseling and case management.

If you are a local hospital and would like to make a referral to the Recuperative Care Program,
please click here.

To view the Recuperative Care Program Release of Information, please click here.