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Tarzana Treatment Centers - Location Descriptions

There are many alcohol and drug treatment centers in southern California. But none meet the standard that Tarzana Treatment Centers has set for the variety of services offered, amount of patients served, and our longevity in treating those who suffer. Our central facility is located in the San Fernando Valley, and we have facilities in Long Beach, Reseda, Antelope Valley, Northridge, and Santa Ana. And best of all, we maintain accreditation from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.

Los Angeles County has 433 drug and alcohol treatment facilities according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. There are similarities and differences from one to the other, and accommodations range from high class bungalows to military style barracks. The following is a description of each of our facilities and their list of services.


Our central facility in Tarzana, CA, is only a few blocks from the 101 Freeway, and across the street from the Orange Line bus. When you arrive you will notice that we take pride in cleanliness, and maintaining a serene landscape.

From our front doors you will see the best part of the San Fernando Valley with beautiful trees, distant hills, few buildings, and even a big red barn. Inside is the confidential security that you will need to start your journey to recovery in alcohol and drug treatment.

Our Alcohol and drug detox units are at this location, along with residential and outpatient alcohol and drug treatment. Patients needing alcohol or drug detox at this facility can be safely transported to any one of our other locations to continue treatment.

We offer services to youth and adults in 2 buildings at this facility. With the amount of services we offer in Tarzana, you would expect a crowded environment. But instead, there is open space for you no matter which of these services you need:

  • Medical Detoxification
  • Residential Alcohol and Drug Treatment
  • Alcohol and Drug Outpatient Services
  • Transitional and Supportive Housing
  • Mental Health Services
  • Day Treatment / Partial Hospitalization
  • Teen and Young Adult Specific Services
  • Women's Services
  • HIV Services
  • Court-related Services
  • Domestic Violence Intervention
  • Dual Diagnosis (for substance abuse and mental health)
  • Family Services
  • Outreach and Community Education

Long Beach

We also have 2 drug and alcohol treatment facilities in Long Beach, CA. One is residential treatment for women and children, and the other is an outpatient treatment facility.

The Long Beach Facilities provide effective and comprehensive residential and outpatient recovery services for adults and teenagers. Our Outpatient facility provides groups in the morning and evening, and includes Spanish speaking classes. We offer Anger Management, Domestic Violence, Alcohol and Drug Treatment Services, and Relapse Prevention to name a few.

Our Residential alcohol and drug treatment facility for "Women and Children" is a safe, clean, and nurturing environment where recovery occurs in a serene setting. We provide women-specific groups and workshops that offer healing with Grief and Loss, Self-esteem, Parenting, Relapse prevention, Survivors, Domestic Violence, Anger Management, and Spirituality. We also offer Multi- Family and Mommy and Me groups.

As you would expect from a beach city in Los Angeles, the cool ocean breezes and warm weather add a special tranquility to the alcohol and drug treatment experience. Combined services for both facilities include:

  • Residential Alcohol and Drug Treatment (women and children)
  • Transitional and Supportive Housing
  • Day Treatment / Partial Hospitalization
  • Dual Diagnosis Treatment (for substance abuse and mental health)
  • Outpatient Services
  • Family Services
  • Teen and Young Adult Specific Services
  • Women's Services
  • Mental Health Services
  • Outreach and Community Education
  • HIV Services
  • Court-related Service

Antelope Valley

We have dedicated and friendly staff to help clients at the three facilities. We offer a fresh start, the chance to adjust clients’ thinking, and a chance to rediscover personal goals.

The high desert offers a bit of an escape from the city life in Los Angeles. Our three Lancaster facilities not only provide services for local residents, but also for those who do not wish to travel far but would like to get treatment away from the greater Los Angeles area.

As you pass through the mountains that separate the Antelope Valley from the Los Angeles basin, you may wonder where you are going and if maybe you missed your turn, but keep going and soon you will have a panoramic view that encompasses wide stretches of desert, distant mountain ranges, and a valley floor with clusters of homes, schools, parks, and huge aerospace facilities, all punctuated with a snaking aqueduct, a small lake and a single huge wind mill turning in the ever present breeze. If you are lucky, you might even see one of those big birds (stealth bombers) flying in the sky. In just a few minutes you will pass through Palmdale and enter Lancaster, noticing strange spiked Joshua trees growing abundantly in the open spaces between the two cities.

Our alcohol and drug treatment facilities are just a few blocks from the freeway located in the center of Lancaster. While each facility has its own specialty, all of these services are provided:

  • Primary Care Clinic
  • Dual Diagnosis (for substance abuse and mental health)
  • Day Treatment for Women and Children
  • Adult Outpatient Alcohol and Drug Treatment
  • Youth Outpatient Alcohol and Drug Treatment
  • Family Medical Care Services
  • HIV Services
  • 40-bed Residential Alcohol and Drug Treatment
  • Transitional and Supportive Housing
  • Teen and Young Adult Specific Services
  • Mental Health Services
  • Court-related Services
  • Outreach and Community Education

Our Lancaster Primary Care Clinic is located near the intersection of Lancaster Blvd. and 10th Street West. It is a full service, free standing medical clinic. We provide primary care services to patients of all ages, from newborns to our elderly citizens. We have Family Practice Providers, specializing in the care of our community’s diverse families. We are multilingual and multicultural. We are able to converse in several languages, including English, Spanish, and Tagalog. We offer same day and next day appointments for episodic visits and will accept most insurances, including Medi-cal and Medi-care, as well as a sliding fee scale for our underinsured patients. In addition we have a county program offering services free of charge for those who qualify.

Our clinic was recently re-modeled and is bright and comfortable in appearance and environment. Our staff is welcoming and we have received recognition for our excellent customer service to our diverse client population.


The Reseda Primary Care Clinic is located at the intersection of Roscoe and Reseda Blvds. It provides the same services as the Lancaster clinic, with the same payment options, and is also multilingual. And here, we also converse in French, Romanian, and Middle Eastern dialects.

This clinic was also recently re-modeled and is bright and comfortable in appearance and environment.

Safe and Confidential Alcohol and Drug Treatment

For those who live in Los Angeles, a local alcohol and drug treatment facility needs to be safe and confidential. Local treatment also affords the chance to begin the healing process with loved ones. Tarzana Treatment Centers follows strict confidentiality guidelines at all of our alcohol and drug treatment facilities, and encourages family participation in the treatment plan of every patient.

Our doors are always open to people from outside of the Los Angeles area. We know we’re worth traveling for, as do many former patients including some from outside of the United States. If confidentiality forces you to leave town for alcohol or drug treatment, it might as well be in Los Angeles. And no facility is going to give you better treatment for your addiction, and care for your security.

If you would like more information on the facilities and services at Tarzana Treatment Centers, contact us by phone, email, or through our secure contact page.