San Francisco Bay Area
We have strategically grown to become a Behavioral Health Home, now offering in addition to substance use counselors, a Medical Doctor, a Registered Nurse, and Licensed Mental Health clinicians who provide the therapeutic services through individualized or group therapy sessions, while our certified AOD counseling staff work closely with each person helping to achieve their personal goals of recovery.
MEN'S RESIDENTIAL RECOVERY HOMES
San Francisco & Belmont
WOMEN'S RESIDENTIAL RECOVERY HOMES
San Francisco & San Bruno
OUTPATIENT SERVICES TREATMENT FACILITY
We operate non-medical alcoholism and drug abuse recovery and treatment facilities licensed and certified by the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS). Within DHCS, the Substance Use Disorder Compliance Division Licensing and Certification Branch assures we provide quality services to all program participants in a safe and healthful environment through licensure, certification, regulation, and oversight.
Our New Home in San Bruno, Outpatient Facility and
TLC Administrative Office
The success of an addict’s treatment requires the support of an entire community. At The Latino Commission, we understand the heartache and pains of addiction and the strength that can be gained from successful treatment. Take advantage of this service to help in your healing process and get in touch for more information.
EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICES
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
We use scientifically proven Cognitive Behavioral Therapy including the evidence based practices (EBPs) of Seeking Safety and Motivational Interviewing for people seeking recovery from Alcohol or other Drug addiction.
SAN FRANCISCO AND SAN MATEO COUNTY
Residential Recovery Homes
Casa Aviva, Casa Quetzal, Casa Ollin - San Francisco
Casa Aztlan - Belmont, Casa Maria - San Bruno
California DHCS State-licensed and Certified Adult Residential Recovery Homes.
We are a collaborative partner in a pilot program called the Drug Medi-Cal Organized Delivery System (DMC-ODS)
Providing specialty substance use disorder (SUD) treatment in the state based on the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Criteria for SUD treatment. This includes treatment placement and planning based on a multidimensional assessment of the patient's needs, obstacles and liabilities, as well as the patient's strengths, assets, resources and support structure
The DMC-ODS pilot also adds or expands DMC coverage of residential treatment services, case management, and recovery support services, it enables selective provider contracting, it supports coordination with managed care health plans, it facilitates quality improvement, utilization management, evidence based practices, and it promotes use of a licensed workforce.