In The News

Jul 30, 2017
By Keri Brenner | kbrenner@marinij.com | Marin Independent Journal
San Rafael detox program breaks ground on new site
A broad Marin public-private partnership has broken ground for a new center in San Rafael to treat and house people who are trying to put their lives back together after addiction to drugs or alcohol.
Jan 04, 2017
By Janis Mara | Marin Independent Journal
Marin has resources to combat teen suicides
A Marin education official said there are a number of programs in place in the county to address teen suicide.
Nov 04, 2016
Hosted by Roland Jacopetti | KRCB Radio
Buckelew Programs on Sonoma Spotlight
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Oct 07, 2016
By North Bay People & Business Showcase
Buckelew Programs Announces Tamara Player is New CEO
Buckelew Programs, the Northbay’s largest non-profit behavioral health organization, announces that Tamara Player started as CEO on October 3.
Oct 06, 2016
By Adrian Rodriguez | Marin Independent Journal
Tamara Player Named CEO of Buckelew Programs
Tamara Player has been named CEO of Buckelew Programs, a San Rafael-based nonprofit behavioral health organization.
Jun 06, 2016
By Richard Halstead | Marin Independent Journal
Marin detox center finds new site in San Rafael after long search
After a search of more than two years, a new home has been found for the Vine Recovery Center, Marin County’s only non-medical detox center.
Apr 15, 2016
By Erika Klohe and Karina Zappa
Buckelew Programs Behavioral Health Services in Sonoma County
That’s more people than married couples in the US; more people than live in households with a dog. It’s roughly the same number of people who hold a four-year college degree[ii].
Mar 11, 2016
Karina Zappa and Erika Klohe
KGGV “The Bridge”
Our Empower Hour" Hosted by the Russian River Empowerment Center: Karina Zappa and Erika Klohe from Buckelew Programs Sonoma talk about Employment Services and other local resources for mental health consumers and families.
May 23, 2015
By Margaret Hallett and Linda Allen (published in Marin Independent Journal)
We can make connections that save lives
“I feel hopeless,” she says quietly. Listening intently, the phone counselor gently responds, “You sound sad and alone.
Jan 31, 2015
By Steve Eckert and Teresa Bowman (published in Marin Independent Journal)
Marin Voice: Marin’s only detox center faces deadline
A critical resource for Marin County is at risk. Our only detox facility, Helen Vine Recovery Center, part of Buckelew Programs, is facing a very serious challenge — it needs a new home by February 2016.