Medically Managed Detox Program
Residential Treatment Program
Waterfront Recovery Services is the first detox program certified by the State of California Department of Health Care Services to provide medically assisted treatment for drug and alcohol withdrawal.
Includes withdrawal treatment for alcohol, opiates, methamphetamine, benzodiazepine and combinations substances. We use the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria and dimensions of care to develop an individualized treatment plan. Our evidence based programs include the Matrix System.
We provide residential treatment for men and women to help understand addiction, learn healthy coping skills and to prepare them for return to the community.
Treating Addiction by Treating the Whole Person
We Accept Private Insurance
Your one time or sustaining monthly donations help us help others. No amount is too small to make a big difference in someone’s life.
Family & Group Counseling
Evidence Based Matrix Treatment
Trauma Informed Group
Family Recovery Group
Transitional Case Management
Child Welfare Services (CWS)
Waterfront Recovery Services medical professionals and staff work as a team to treat those suffering from Substance Use Disorder with respect and compassion.
We address not only the physical challenges but the social and intellectual needs of our residents working to put their lives back together including support as they transition to healthy and productive lives in the community.
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We have an amazing staff at Waterfront Recovery Services. The work can be extremely challenging but day after day, they show up to support, encourage and help facilitate the change needed to maintain a healthy recovery. Our staff are the soul of the organization and we have deep appreciation for who they are and their dedication to making Waterfront Recovery what it is today.
Thank You Rotary Club of Eureka!
Many thanks to the Rotary Club of Eureka for funding new curriculum materials for Waterfront staff. “Things are always changing in the field and it’s important that we update our training materials,” said Executive Director Jeremy Campbell, who successfully applied for the grant. We have deep appreciation for community organizations like Rotary that support the work we do through their generosity.
Jackie Coghill MSN FNP-C
Having come to Humboldt to attend the HSU Nursing Program Jackie Coghill worked as a nurse in most of the departments at St. Joseph’s Hospital for 20 years. When many of her peers were retiring, Coghill felt like she still had something to contribute. That’s when she decided to return to school to become a Nurse Practitioner.
Before going back to school at Sonoma State University, Coghill occasionally ran into Waterfront co-founder John McManus out in the community. He regularly encouraged her to come to work at Waterfront as a nurse but Coghill was set on pursuing her higher education goals.
Waterfront Recovery Services Opened in 2017
John McManus talks about a vision for a higher standard of care and community collaboration.