Mid Valley Outpatient

Information and outpatient counseling services

Mid Valley Outpatient's commitment is to provide individuals and families the opportunity to achieve a better life through recovery and promote positive change throughout the community.

We provide a supportive, safe and comfortable place where people can spend time in the company of clean and sober individuals, provide referrals to community resources including agencies that supply job training, education enhancement, and other vocational improvement skills, as well as to health and mental health clinics, housing agencies, sober living homes, and shelters.

Other services provided for individuals struggling with the consequences of alcohol and other drug use include:

  • Individual counseling
  • Group counseling on addiction education, anger management, relapse prevention, and life skills enhancement
  • Court and DCFS approved parenting classes
  • Family Unity and eduation groups
  • HIV/AIDS/STI awareness presentations
  • Twelve Step groups
  • Social and recreational activities
  • Observed urinalysis drug testing
  • Spanish speaking staff and groups

We accept community referrals as well as walk-in and telephone inquiries. Intakes are made by appointment, and alternate referrals are provided if we are unable to meet the needs of applicants.

Services and treatment duration are based on individual need and are re-assessed regularly.  A participant's program may consist of two 90-minute group sessions per week, one 60-minute individual session, and three Twelve Step meetings weekly. Expected treatment stay is six to 12 months.

Mid Valley Outpatient is the treatment provider for Rio Hondo Superior Court's Drug Court program. Drug Court offers treatment as a viable alternative in lieu of incarceration. All treatment services in this program are provided to court-ordered individuals placed into Drug Court.

Program Fees

Fees are based on a sliding scale. Partial funding is provided by the Los Angeles County Department of Substance Abuse Prevention and Control. The program is licensed and certified by the State of California, Department of Health Care Services. We accept participants receiving CalWORKS, General Relief, or Medi-Cal benefits, have insurance or the ability to pay a private rate, and unfunded individuals. If you feel you can benefit from our services, please feel free to inquire. All services are confidential.