Residents of the Rescue area are in opposition of a proposed 30-bed substance treatment center planned for development in the rural community, which is expected to break ground in March. 

Native Directions, Inc., a Manteca-based tribal entity that provides “culturally relevant and client-centered treatment services for Native Americans and others experiencing chemical dependency," put in an application to the Department of Health Care Services, in collaboration with housing nonprofit HomeCA, to construct a substance use disorder treatment center off Deer Valley Road. 

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