Exodus Recovery, Inc.
Los Angeles County, CA
Main: (323) 276-6465
Fax: (323) 276-6499
Intake available: Monday-Saturday 7:00am-4:00pm
Program Director: Edith Urner, CADC II, ICADC
The Exodus Recovery Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Outpatient Program treatment team is led by a certified SUD Counselor who manages a group of experienced staff providing both individual and group counseling sessions. We provide extensive education on addiction and teach coping skills and relapse prevention in a structured yet welcoming environment. Our services are individually tailored to our client’s needs and are designed to promote sobriety, well-being, personal potential and lasting change.
Who we serve:
- Alcohol and/or drug users
- Individuals who need additional support to achieve or maintain sobriety
- Individuals who desire additional information about alcohol and drug abuse
What We Do:
We provide weekly individual and group counseling designed to meet our clients’ goals. Our group content varies from week to week and incorporates educational topics along with time to process and explore feelings with peers and group counselor. Examples of educational topics are: relapse prevention, identifying triggers, dealing with cravings, the disease of addiction, the importance of sober support, fun in recovery, and an introduction to the 12 steps.
Substance Use Disorder Outpatient Treatment Services:
Outpatient services are provided in a safe and welcoming environment where clients can work with professional staff to explore their issues with alcohol and drugs and address problems of living related to addiction or risky drug/alcohol use.
Outpatient Group Program Schedule:
1902 Marengo St. Suite 110
456 S. Main (New Genesis Apartments)
Individual sessions are scheduled with each participant as needed throughout the week.
Groups may be augmented with 12-step meetings in the recovery community.
The Exodus Team
- Program Director/ Counselors
- Medical Director/Psychiatrist
- Collaborative Program Linkage
- Co-Occurring Enhanced
- Providing individual and group services plus coordinated and supportive community linkage
Funded by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, Substance Abuse Prevention and Control (SAPC)