As of June 1, 2018, Project Ninety is a division of Caminar. By bringing together mental health and substance use treatment programs, Caminar and Project Ninety will strengthen support in San Mateo County for individuals in recovery, especially adults with co-occurring disorders.
The merger was approved by the boards of directors of both entities. Project Ninety’s San Mateo County programs are continuing.
For more than four decades, Project Ninety has served individuals, families and the Bay Area community through its residential alcohol and substance abuse treatment services. What began in 1972 as a humble idea has grown into a premier human services organization. We are a California Alcohol and Drug Programs (ADP) licensed, nonprofit residential substance abuse treatment program with facilities in San Mateo County.
Through the years, Project Ninety has treated more than 25,000 individuals suffering from the disease of addiction. Project Ninety’s services are designed to treat the diverse communities in which we live. We provide services to adult men whose circumstances are varied. They might be homeless, highly educated/skilled, and straight from prison or jail, unemployable or have limited language skills. All these people have an addiction to substances in common, regardless of their socioeconomic standing, race, cultural background, education, age, or their life experience.
To learn more about Project Ninety's program and how to access services, please call 650.579.7881.