Superlist No. 826: Alcohol rehab - Page 2

Residential treatment for broke drunks

It has 40 beds for adults and 46 for children, and you don't have to detox someplace else first. The program lasts six to nine months, and there's currently no waiting list.

Of the nine locations the Latino Commission (301 Grant, suite 301, South SF. 650-244-1444) runs, two are in San Francisco. There is usually a waiting list, and the program can last anywhere from three months to a year.

Also run by CATS, the McMillan Drop-in Center (39 Fell, SF. 415-241-1180) is open 24 hours and can find you immediate care at many facilities.

The Salvation Army's Harbor Light Center (1275 Harrison, SF. 415-503-3000, has 21 beds for women, 40 beds for men, and another 18 beds just for veterans. Programs range from one to two years; the cost is free to less than $600. The waiting period is usually about three weeks.

The Walden House (1885 Mission, SF. 415-554-1131, has 220 beds. The cost ranges from free to $73 per day. The program's average length is 94 days but can go up to a year. It currently has a two-month waiting list. *

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