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Substance Use

Get the Help You Need

Whether your struggle involves opioids, alcohol, or other substances, managing substance use disorder is tough — especially by yourself. Community Memorial Healthcare understands. That’s why we developed a program in collaboration with Conejo Health to help and support people in our community with substance use disorder (SUD).

  • Harm Reduction Kits — Patients at Community Memorial Health Centers are able to anonymously take home these kits which include: Fentanyl test strips, Naloxone, educational information and resources. Harm reduction supplies can also be requested online.
  • Overdose Training Course — this 1.5 hour program, offered by Conejo Health, provides access to life-saving Naloxone training techniques. Register Now.
  • Substance Use Navigators — Our Substance Use Navigators from Conejo Health serve as the gateway to our SUD program. In the majority of cases, people first meet a Substance Use Navigator in the Emergency Department while receiving treatment. However, you don’t have to wait for an emergency situation to get the help you need. If you have a regular doctor, they can refer you to our program. Our Navigators approach people who use drugs with respect, compassion, and understanding. Learn more.
  • Additional local resources for support.

If you are going to use by yourself, call Never Use Alone!
You will be asked for your first name, location, and the number you are calling from. An operator will stay on the line with you while you use. If you stop responding after using, the operator will notify emergency services of an "unresponsive person"
at your location. Call 1-800-484-3731.