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Integrated Substance Abuse Program (ISAP)

Ever wondered about your drinking or drug use...
When is it time to make a change?

Ask yourself...

  • Is using no longer fun?
  • Are friends and family worried about me?
  • Am I having a hard time at work or school?
  • Do I feel bad after drinking or using?
  • Do I feel hopeless or out of control?

If you answered yes to any of these questions your drinking or drug use may be getting in the way of the life you want

The ISAP Team may be able to help.
Call us to find out how.
(530) 646-3993

The ISAP Mission

To provide accessible, quality, and individualized substance abuse treatment support services to the patients of Shasta Community Health Center. We do this with the utmost respect, compassion, and understanding for every individual. We believe that every patient is the expert of their lives and deserves to be a partner in designing their own treatment plan. Our counselors and staff provide each patient with options. We encourage personal choice and partner with patients in identifying their priorities and putting plans into action.

Why we chose to integrate Substance Abuse Treatment with Primary Care:

Medical problems do not exist separate from the effects of substance abuse and vice versa. Drawing on Shasta Community Health Center’s value of teamwork, excellence, and quality, we have built a bridge between the two in order to address both issues under one roof. At our center we have warm-handoffs where a patient can see their drug and alcohol counselor the same day as their clinician. This teamwork allows for faster access to treatment, improved patient results, and a reduction of the stigma associated with substance abuse. It works!

Services offered:

  • Individual substance abuse counseling
  • Group therapy
  • Case management
  • Medically Assisted Treatment
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