With You Always. Our goal is to promote a gentle approach to your recovery through thorough monitoring.

Opiate and heroin recovery

With You Always. Our goal is to promote a gentle approach to your recovery through thorough monitoring.

Opiate and heroin recovery

With You Always. Our goal is to promote a gentle approach to your recovery through thorough monitoring.

Opiate and heroin recovery

With You Always. Our goal is to promote a gentle approach to your recovery through thorough monitoring.

Opiate and heroin recovery

With You Always. Our goal is to promote a gentle approach to your recovery through thorough monitoring.

Opiate and heroin recovery

With You Always. Our goal is to promote a gentle approach to your recovery through thorough monitoring.

Opiate and heroin recovery

With You Always. Our goal is to promote a gentle approach to your recovery through thorough monitoring.

Opiate and heroin recovery
We accept HMO Insurance for inpatient residential treatment 30 day program, No Co-Pay!

DETOX

Research shows men are most likely to abuse drugs than women. Is this true to you or your loved one?

HEROIN ADDICTION

Are you ready to seek help? Five Star California Couple Friendly and Alcohol Treatment Center offers gender-specific rehabilitative programs for women.

OPIATE ADDICTION

Addiction problems across genders and age groups relate closely to the links of family and social issues. It's time to mend the problem. Let us help.

ALCOHOL ADDICTION

The youth is the most vulnerable victims to substance abuse. As the builders of tomorrow, they need our guidance.

METH ADDICTION

Read about the testimonials from our CSBF alumni. Personal accounts to be inspired with.

Jail Diversion Program

If you are arrested on a felony or misdemeanor non-violent drug.

Jail Diversion is an alternative sentencing program for non-violent drug and alcohol offenders. Jail diversion combines the following principles:

  • offer valid drug reduction for offenders
  • provide education on resisting drug and alcohol abuse
  • prevent reoccurrence with residential treatment
  • only non-violent drug and alcohol offenders are eligible

Benefits of Jail Diversion

Jail Diversion is the preferred approach for non-violent offenders because it enables them the chance to:

  • keep their job
  • continue to earn a living
  • support their family
  • contribute and be a productive member of society
  • avoid unnecessary prison or jail time
  • expunge their record if they complete their treatment
  • reclaim their life

Though not a new concept, jail diversion is gaining popularity as an alternative sentencing option because:

  • jail diversion has proven to be more effective in providing rehabilitation
  • there is reduced recidivism among jail diversion participants
  • jail diversion ensures vital treatment for drug and alcohol abuse for addicted individuals
  • it potential to provide critical relief to over-crowding in jails
  • offers budgetary savings when compared to housing non-violent offenders

Who Qualifies for Jail Diversion?

It is important to note that not all defendants are candidates for jail diversion. Jail diversion programs are reserved for the following:

  • Non- violent drug or alcohol related offenses that did not involve the use of a firearm.
  • Offenders who are involved in drug crimes and not facing counts of other non related drug crimes in the same case.
  • Possession of marijuana or hash.
  • Possession of marijuana while driving a motor vehicle.
  • Cultivating marijuana for personal use.
  • Possession of prescription drugs.
  • Possession of cocaine, crack cocaine, or other controlled substances.
  • Using a forged prescription for a narcotic drug for personal use.
  • Soliciting someone to get illegal drugs for your personal use.
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia.
  • DUI and other alcohol related offenses.

Jail Diversion in Other Cases

In cases where an offender does not qualify for jail diversion, a lawyer will fight to make alternative sentencing an option over jail or prison time. A judge may or may not grant the request depending on the facts of the case and the offender’s current life circumstances.
Is Jail Diversion an option?

Jail Diversion is not for every case. Call our direct line now! 714-654-2325 or complete the form for more information.