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Posted on Dec 12, 2017 in News

12 Dec 2017 – Free At Last’s 2016-17 annual report is now available. Here are a few numbers from this year’s report: 7,009 drop-in center sign-ins 1,233 individuals received prevention and outreach information and/or referrals 42 outpatient program clients 112 DUI first offender program participants 44 women’s residential program clients 100 men’s...

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In memory of Brian

Posted on Sep 26, 2017 in News

“That is our only regret” says Suzanne. Her husband, John, looks over at her from across the table and nods, matching her deep melancholy at every level. They had not attended Brian’s graduations from rehab programs. That was their only regret. “We never realized how important they were.” Suzanne says. For Brian, a college graduate that had gone on to...

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FAL now expands services under Drug Medi-Cal

Posted on Jul 25, 2017 in News

25 July 2017 – This month, Free At Last joins other substance use disorder providers throughout San Mateo County to offer expanded services under the Drug Medi-Cal Organized Delivery System. In April 2016, San Mateo County became the first in California to receive approval from the California Department of Health Care Services and Federal Centers for...

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FAL receives East Palo Alto Measure C grant

Posted on Jul 20, 2017 in News

19 July 2017 – The City of East Palo Alto is pleased to award a Measure C grant to Free At Last: Community Recovery And Rehabilitation Services. The grant will support Free At Last Men’s Residential Treatment program. The mission of Free At Last: Community Recovery And Rehabilitation Services (Free At Last) is to rebuild the community from within,...

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FAL receives a grant from Sequoia Healthcare District

Posted on Jun 30, 2017 in News

30 June 2017 – The Free At Last: Community Recovery And Rehabilitation Services (Free At Last) Board of Directors is pleased to receive a grant award from the Sequoia Healthcare District Community Grants Program. The grant is to support our Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Programs which will enable us to serve an estimated 18 Sequoia Healthcare...

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