Mission: CLARE Foundation is a nonprofit organization providing effective and compassionate treatment, recovery, and prevention services for alcoholism and substance abuse to individuals, families, and the community.
Results: CLARE has recently launched a longitudinal study with UCLA’s Integrated Substance Abuse Programs to evaluate our programs.
Target demographics: As the only nonmedical detox facility on the Westside available to all regardless of their ability to pay, we are serving primarily the homeless and indigent.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 3,000 people
Programs: Residential treatment--men's recovery home (mrh) allows clients to undergo residential treatment for up to 90 days, helping them establish a sober lifestyle, confront personal issues, and construct a sober social support network. By june 2014, the men's recovery home facility was converted to men's sober living housing. Clare continues to provide 49 beds for men's residential, which is now an all-inclusive program titled men's residential treatment (mtp). Women's treatment program (wtp) offers gender-responsive services with detoxification and primary care through 90-day residential treatment. The treatment addresses issues specific to women in recovery helping them establish a sober lifestyle, confront personal issues, and construct a sober social support network.
outpatient services--outpatient services provides individualized treatment and case management services to addicts who cannot take time away from home or work to be in a residential treatment program.
primary--provides a residential nonmedical detox, a rigorous counseling schedule, 12-step meetings, and drug and alcohol education.