Support Systems Homes' drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs offer a wide range of substance abuse treatment services. We provide accredited, state licensed alcohol and drug detoxification, residential drug and alcohol treatment, day treatment, and outpatient treatment programs. We also have multiple sober living environments located throughout Santa Clara County for additional recovery support.
Alanon and Alateen: https://al-anon.org/
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services: https://www.aa.org/
Santa Clara County Alcoholics Anonymous: http://www.aasanjose.org
24 Hr Hotline: (408) 374-8511
Narcotics Anonymous World Services: https://www.na.org/
Greater San Jose Area of Narcotics Anonymous: http://www.sjna.org/
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA): https://www.drugabuse.gov/
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: https://www.samhsa.gov/
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): https://www.nami.org/
Support Systems Homes advocates within the legal system on behalf of its clients. We work very closely with the criminal justice system—attorneys, judges, probation officers, and parole officers—to coordinate treatment for individuals with legal issues.
Have you been court-ordered to attend a treatment program? Come to Support Systems Homes – you can expect the following services from our legal assistance:
We at Support Systems Homes believe treatment and supportive living are vital stepping-stones to successful recovery. We believe in treating clients with dignity and respect.
For additional information, please contact our main office at 408-370-9688 or 800-811-1800.
The following signs and symptoms have been compiled from various sources including the CDC and National Council on Substance Abuse.
Please remember: If a person shows any of the following symptoms, it does NOT automatically mean that they’re on drugs. It could be stress, symptoms of depression, an illness or something else.
Whatever the cause, they may warrant attention, especially if the signs persist.
If you or someone you know is showing more than one of these signs, then complete our confidential online assessment.
The Gorski-CENAPS model identifies phases and warning signs for relapse. If you see warning signs like these, you or someone you know may be at risk of relapse:
The following are “warning phases” from the Gorski-CENAPS model—changes in behavior which signal the onset of a relapse.
Important Note: Intervention during any of these phases CAN re-engage you in recovery!
Are you struggling with your recovery? Experiencing any of the warning signs above?
Call us now at 408-370-9688 or 800-811-1800, before things get worse. We CAN help!
If you are experiencing the following situations, you may be in danger of relapse. Please ask for help!