On Campus Resources

Aggies for Recovery aims to provide students who are struggling with addiction or dependency of any kind with a support system of like-minded individuals and a safe space to discuss personal issues.  The group members work toward abstinence, but welcome people in all stages of recovery. It is an official student group on the UC Davis campus. 

Meetings

Aggies for Recovery Group Meeting
Sundays: 7pm - 8pm
Location: The Wellness Garden located behind the Student Health and Wellness Center, as well as Online via Zoom  

Thursdays: 7pm - 8pm
Location: Conference Room A, Student Community Center, as well as Online via Zoom 

Contact:
Stephanie Lake, M.Ed., LAADC
sjlake@ucdavis.edu
Intervention Services Coordinator, UC Davis
(530) 752 6334

Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Intervention Services (route to ATODIS page)

Aggie Mental Health, MentalHealth@ucdavis.edu – UC Davis mental health initiative

Crisis Text Line

CARE
Confidential resource for all students, staff and faculty who have experienced any form of sexual violence.

Community Resources

Local Treatment Centers

Azure Acres
Outpatient: 916-338-0400 
In-Patient: 866-540-5240

Diamond House Detox
800-205-6107

Auburn Davis DBT Program
Dr. Susan Landis,  530 888 9858

Kaiser Chemical Dependency Rehab Program
Note: Some treatment options are covered by insurance. Check with your insurance provider to determine coverage.

12-Step Recovery

Alcohol
AA Davis
AA Sacramento
*LGBT meetings available
Alcoholics Anonymous Sacramento Central Office: 916-454-1771
24-Hour Help Line : 916-454-1100

Marijuana
MA Sacramento

Narcotics
NA Sacramento

Food
Sacramento Valley Intergroup of Overeaters Anonymous
Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous

Sex and Love
Sexaholics Anonymous
Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous

Cocaine
CA Northern California
CA Sacramento

Computer Gaming
Computer Gaming Addicts Anonymous

Gambling
Gamblers Anonymous

Co-Dependent
CODA Sacramento

Friends and Families of Problem Drinkers
Al-anon

Non-12-Step Recovery

 

Live Another Day - Extensive information on mental health and substance use resources for People of Color. Their mission is equal access to life-saving resources. 

Buddhist Recovery
Refuge Recovery
Buddhist Recovery Network
Davis Shambhala

Christian Recovery
Celebrate Recovery

Secular Recovery
Life Ring Secular Recovery
Smart Recovery

Start Your Recovery 

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