Gateway to Recovery
3132 Jefferson Street
San Diego, California 92110
About Gateway to Recovery
At Gateway to Recovery, we believe in a whatever-it-takes approach to empower your recovery from within. To achieve this, our team provides intensive, person-centered, and recovery-based services to help you navigate the mental health system and take positive steps toward the things that matter in your life.
Services are designed using the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) model and provided by a trans-disciplinary team of professional and paraprofessional staff such as: counselors, social workers, peer specialists, vocational specialists, housing specialists, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician's assistants, medical doctors, and alcohol and drug specialists.
Project 25 ACT is a sub-component of Gateway to Recovery and offers housing subsidies for members who are identified by San Diego County stakeholders as high utilizers of mental health services and may be at risk for homelessness. Housing subsidies are offered to 10 of the members through Housing Vouchers from the City of San Diego Housing Commission. The other 10 members receive housing subsidies through the County of San Diego and MHSA funding.
Just the Basics
Population Served: Adults and Transitional Aged Youth (TAY) considered high users of Medi-Cal mental health services and/or long-term locked institutional care.
Funded by: Gateway to Recovery is under contract with San Diego County Behavioral Health Services and is funded by the County of San Diego, Medi-Cal, and MHSA.
Building on traditional ACT standards, Telecare has created a recovery-centered experience for people served. Telecare’s approach is
based on a belief that recovery can happen. Programs and staff strive to create an environment where a person can choose to recover.
By connecting to each individual’s core self and trusting it to guide the way, it is possible to awaken the desire to embark on the
Services and Supports
Our services include, but are not limited to:
- Mental health assessment and treatment
- Case management – linkage/brokerage
- Crisis intervention
- Medication management, administration, and support
- Dual diagnosis assessment and treatment
- Whole Person Care
- Housing support and independent living skills training
- Vocational and prevocational training
- Representative payee
- Evidenced-based groups not limited to:
- Shared decision making
- Alcohol and other drugs
- Vocational readiness
- Illness Management and Recovery
- Social skills building
- Building natural supports
- Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)
All ACT services are the fixed point of responsibility and provide a minimum of weekly face-to-face sessions to accomplish goals which lead to medication independence, employment, independent living, increased natural supports, and a decrease in hospitalizations and jail.
- Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- Decision Support Center: 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- All services are provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Telecare Gateway to Recovery ACT is a voluntary program that assist adults and Transition Age Youth (TAY) in their recovery. For questions about the referral process, please call: 619-683-3100
- Must be a resident of San Diego County
- Adults and Transition Aged Youth(TAY) with Medi-Cal
- Must have a qualifying Title IX diagnosis and may also have co-occurring substance abuse diagnosis
What Makes Us Different
At Gateway to Recovery, we believe in a person’s right to full inclusion and to a meaningful life of their own choosing, free of stigma and discrimination from the moment you walk in the door. Central to our recovery paradigms are hope, self-determination, self-management, empowerment and advocacy.
Telecare is a family- and employee-owned company that has been treating individuals with serious mental illness since 1965. We specialize in innovative, outcomes-driven services for high-risk individuals with complex needs. Our programs are recovery-focused and clinically effective and are designed in partnership with local, county, state and other behavioral health organizations.