SERVICES

Marin County

Residential Support ServicesMarin Assisted Independent LivingBuckelew Employment ServicesCasa Rene (Short-term residential)The Helen Vine Recovery CenterBuckelew Counseling ServicesBuckelew Suicide PreventionHomeless Mentally Ill Outreach & AssessmentHealthy Families Marin

The Helen Vine Recovery Center

Contact: 415-492-0818
Eligibility Requirement: Marin Resident

The Helen Vine Recovery Center is a licensed 30-bed, co-ed residential withdrawal management and substance use treatment program that provides welcoming, recovery-oriented services to individuals with alcohol and drug addiction issues, as well as co-occurring psychiatric problems.

Helen Vine services connect seamlessly with Buckelew’s wrap-around, innovative behavioral health programs. Helen Vine Recovery Center gives people with drug or alcohol problems—including those with co-occurring mental illness—a chance to begin their recovery. At HVRC they find support, acceptance and hope through individualized programs, including counseling, education about alcohol and drug addiction, 12-step meetings, medical services, wellness and life care tools, relapse prevention, and community mentors.

This program is open to any individual seeking recovery, regardless of ability to pay, including self-referrals, private insurance and medical. A new beginning, one day at a time.

Man in kitchen cutting onions
Three Legacies of Alcoholics Anonymous: Recovery, Unity and Service

Marin County Resources & Partners

NAMI Marin County

NAMI Marin is an affiliate of NAMI – the National Alliance on Mental Illness. We have been active in Marin since 1971 when a group of interested parents joined together to form the Marin Parents for Mental Recovery.  Then as now, recovery is what drives us.

Marin Health & Human Services

The Helen Vine Recovery Center

Contact: 415-492-0818
Eligibility Requirement: Marin Resident

The Helen Vine Recovery Center is a licensed 30-bed, co-ed residential withdrawal management and substance use treatment program that provides welcoming, recovery-oriented services to individuals with alcohol and drug addiction issues, as well as co-occurring psychiatric problems.

Helen Vine services connect seamlessly with Buckelew’s wrap-around, innovative behavioral health programs. Helen Vine Recovery Center gives people with drug or alcohol problems—including those with co-occurring mental illness—a chance to begin their recovery. At HVRC they find support, acceptance and hope through individualized programs, including counseling, education about alcohol and drug addiction, 12-step meetings, medical services, wellness and life care tools, relapse prevention, and community mentors.

This program is open to any individual seeking recovery, regardless of ability to pay, including self-referrals, private insurance and medical. A new beginning, one day at a time.

Man in kitchen cutting onions
Three Legacies of Alcoholics Anonymous: Recovery, Unity and Service

Marin County Resources & Partners

NAMI Marin County

NAMI Marin is an affiliate of NAMI – the National Alliance on Mental Illness. We have been active in Marin since 1971 when a group of interested parents joined together to form the Marin Parents for Mental Recovery.  Then as now, recovery is what drives us.

Marin Health & Human Services