Moral Reconation Therapy

Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) is a type of behavioral therapy designed to decrease the likelihood of someone returning to abusing chemical substances, alcohol or both.

It teaches people with substance use disorders how to focus on the moral aspects of their illness, and the social consequences associated with using drugs and alcohol.

MRT started as a behavioral treatment for offender populations to reduce the likelihood of re-offending; and is now a widely adopted cognitive-behavioral approach to treating substance use disorders under the guidance of; licensed therapists, drug counselors, trained MRT facilitators, qualified peer support specialists, probation officers and other behavioral health service professionals.

To find out more about MRT in your area, please contact your local Behavioral Health Service provider.

Colusa County BHS

Colusa: (530) 458-0520

Glenn County BHS

Willows: (530) 934-6582

Orland:   (530) 865-6459

Sutter-Yuba BHS

Main Line: (530) 673-8255

Toll Free:   (888) 923-​3800

Butte County BHS

Oroville: (530) 538-2574

Lake County BHS

North Shore:  (707)  274-9101

South  Shore: (707) 994-7090