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Substance Use: At A Glance

Did you know?

Substance use is the continued use of alcohol, illegal drugs, or the misuse of prescription or over-the-counter drugs with negative consequences. These consequences may involve:

  • Problems at work, school, home or in interpersonal relationships
  • Problems with the law
  • Health problems
  • Physical risks that come with using drugs in dangerous situations


An estimated 740,00 residents of Los Angeles County have a substance use disorder.
In 2020, 50,182 treatment admissions were recorded across the county.

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Half of served clients identify as being of Latinx descent.
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The majority of served clients reported as male.
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Ages 26 - 54
Most served clients were middle aged.
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Nearly 2/3rds of served clients experienced unemployment at the time of service.

"It is impossible to understand addiction without asking what relief the addict finds, or hopes to find, in the drug or the addictive behavior."

Gabor Mate

In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters with Addiction
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Our mission

Empower individuals struggling with substance use by providing compassionate and evidence-based treatment.

Our Process

Step 1


Complete intake process to determine if Medication Assisted Treatment is the right option.

Step 2


After completing lab work. medication will be prescribed (tablet or injection form). After completing lab work, you will discuss treatment options with your provider.

Step 3


Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselors will provide ongoing education and support.

Step 4

Case Management

We develop individualized care plans, coordinating with various health and social services, and ensuring patients have access to necessary resources.

alternative solution for relapse prevention

Timely use of tools such as medication, counseling, and positive reinforcement to assist with substance use disorder.

VIVE offers an alternative solution for relapse prevention through the timely use of tools such as medication, counseling, and positive reinforcement to assist with alcohol and/or opiate use disorder.

We believe that by making timely and empathic medical and counseling services accessible, people have an opportunity to manage how their lives are affected by alcohol and/or opiate use disorder.

Our Team


President / Co-Founder

Healthcare administrator with over 7 years experience in nonprofit settings.


COO / Co-Founder

Certified Drug & Alcohol Counselor with over 10 years of substance use services experience.



Family Medicine Physician specializing in Medication Assisted Treatment


Registered Dietician

Registered Dietician specializing in Substance Use Recovery Treatment

Our Board

Multi-Family Real Estate & technology Investor who brings over 20 years of management experience. Recipient to multiple awards as a valued industry partner and philanthropist.


Homeless client advocate with extensive case management experience specializing in Housing for Health and re-entry programs.