Adult outpatient services Adults, ages 18 years and older, with a primary substance use disorder

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Adult outpatient services Adults, ages 18 years and older, with a primary substance use disorder"

Transcription

1 ADULT OUTPATIENT SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER PROGRAMS* *Some programs listed in this modality have dedicated capacity for those on AB109 county probation status, indicated by AB109 in the Specialty Services column. Referrals may be handled one of two ways: (1) if the caller acknowledges they are on probation and are willing to let their Probation Officer know they are seeking treatment, they should be referred to their Probation Officer, who will refer them to Center Point for level of care assessment and placement. If they do not wish their PO to know they are seeking treatment, the screener may refer them directly to any of the programs listed in this modality. Alameda County Medical Center Highland Substance Abuse Program 1411 East 31st Street Oakland, CA Ph: FAX: Alameda Family Services 2325 Clement Avenue Alameda, CA Ph FAX Options Recovery Services 1931 Center Street Berkeley, CA Ph: Fax: th St. Oakland, CA Ph: FAX: Adult outpatient services Adults, ages 18 years and older, with a primary Adult outpatient Services Adults, ages 18 years and older, with a primary Adult outpatient services Criminal offender specialty Immediate access to treatment and housing for homeless adults AB109 Adults over the age of 18 years who have a (including cooccurring disorders; homeless; and referrals from criminal justice and City of Berkeley); County probationers Accepts only those with Drug Medi-Cal Berkeley site: accepts those with Drug Medi-Cal Oakland site: accepts those coverage; those with Drug MediCal coverage should be referred to a DMC certified provider 1

2 Second Chance Tri-Cities Program and Women's Phoenix Center 6330 Thornton Avenue Newark, CA Ph: Fax: Second Chance Hayward Recovery Center 107 Jackson Street, Hayward, CA East Oakland Recovery Center/Bi-Bett 7200 Bancroft Avenue, Suite 176 Oakland, CA Ph FAX Latino Commission Family Services Program 1315 Fruitvale Avenue Oakland, CA Ph: Fax: West Oakland Health Council Community Recovery Center- East 7501 International Blvd. Oakland, CA Ph.: FAX: Community Recovery Center-west th Street, Oakland, CA Ph: FAX: Adult outpatient services AB109 Adult outpatient, drop-in recovery support services Limited transportation from Santa Rita jail to treatment programs or housing for offenders being released. AB109 Spanish speaking services for families with limited English proficiency General population in Southern and Central Alameda County (Fremont/Newark/Union City/Hayward); state parolees and county probationers. General adult population in East Oakland, state parolees and county probationers. Priority is to serve African Americans in East Oakland and surrounding areas General adult population from Fruitvale, San Antonio, Elmhurst and Chinatown, Spanish language and Latino specialty including those with AB109 status including those with AB109 status Adult Outpatient Services Adult men and women in Oakland Both Community Recovery Centers accept those with and Options for Recovery accepts clients who do not have Drug Medi-Cal, but those with DMC should be referred to a DMC certified 2

3 Options for Recovery 700 Adeline Street, Oakland CA Ph: Fax: Axis Community Health Center 6666 Owens Drive Pleasanton, CA ph: Fax: Latino Commission Mujeres Con Esperanza/Women's Services Enhancement Program 3315 International Boulevard Oakland, CA Ph: Fax: Second Chance Tri-Cities Program and Women s Phoenix Center 6330 Thornton Ave. Newark, Ph: Fax: provider Adult outpatient services General adults and adolescents GENERAL OUTPATIENT ADULT WOMEN ONLY Specializes in treating Spanishspeaking adults with limited English proficiency Adult women with or without children from Fruitvale, San Antonio, Elmhurst and Chinatown, Spanish language and Latino specialty Perinatal outpatient Pregnant, postpartum and parenting women in the Tri-Cities area of Fremont, Newark, and Union City and surrounding unincorporated areas. Accepts those without Drug Medi-Cal; those with Drug Medi-Cal should be referred to a provider that accepts Drug Medi-Cal clients. Accepts those with or without MediCal PERINATAL OUTPATIENT AND DAY TREATMENT PROGRAMS (Perinatal: pregnant or parenting) 3

4 Latino Commission Mujeres Con Esperanza/Women's Services Enhancement (listed as OP women also; do we want to keep it this way?) 3315 International Boulevard Oakland, CA Ph: Fax: Alameda County Health System Highland Substance Abuse Program 1411 East 31st Street Oakland, CA Ph: FAX: West Oakland Health Council, Inc. Options for Recovery- Women s Daycare Habilitative Treatment 700 Adeline Street, Oakland CA Ph: Fax: Perinatal outpatient monolingual Spanish Intensive outpatient Case Management - Perinatal Intensive outpatient Day Treatment women who are pregnant, post partum or parenting from Fruitvale, San Antonio, Elmhurst and Chinatown, Spanish language and Latino specialty Adult women who are pregnant, postpartum and/or parenting Adult women who are pregnant, postpartum and/or parenting Accepts those without Drug Medi-Cal; those with Drug Medi-Cal should be referred to a provider that accepts Drug Medi-Cal clients. Medi-Cal and those without Accepts those without Drug Medi-Cal; those with Drug Medi-Cal should be referred to a provider that accepts Drug Medi-Cal clients. SOBER LIVING ENVIRONMENT (SLE)* 4

5 *The only funding from BHCS that programs in this category receive is for AB109 status probationers. Most of these programs have capacity for self-referred, self-pay clients, but those services are not considered part of the BHCS adult system of care/ services. Options Recovery Services 1931 Center Street Berkeley, CA Ph: Fax: Drug and alcohol-free housing for those who are on AB109 probation status who are concurrently enrolled and participating in AB109-designated outpatient services (see General Outpatient category for those OP programs designated as AB109). Men and women on AB109 probation status who have been referred by their Probation Officers to Center Point and then to a combination of SLE and outpatient. Available only to AB109 Probationers referred through their Probation Officer to Center Point, and then to the program; all participants must be simultaneously enrolled in Bi-Bett Women s Sober Living th Avenue, Oakland Ph: Fax: Second Chance 6519 Central Avenue Newark, CA Ph: Fax: Drug and alcohol-free housing for those who are on AB109 probation status who are concurrently enrolled and participating in AB109-designated outpatient services (see General Outpatient category for those OP programs designated as AB109). Drug and alcohol-free housing for those who are on AB109 probation status who are concurrently enrolled and participating in AB109-designated outpatient services (see General Outpatient category for those OP programs designated as AB109) Men and women on AB109 probation status who have been referred by their Probation Officers to Center Point and then to a combination of SLE and outpatient. Men and women on AB109 probation status who have been referred by their Probation Officers to Center Point and then to a combination of SLE and outpatient. AB109 outpatient Services. Available only to AB109 Probationers referred through their Probation Officer to Center Point, and then to the program; all participants must be simultaneously enrolled in AB109 outpatient Services. Available only to AB109 Probationers referred through their Probation Officer to Center Point, and then to the program; all participants must be simultaneously enrolled in AB109 outpatient Services. 5

6 C.U.R.A., INC. CarnalesUnidos Reformando Adictos Inc Glenmoor Drive Fremont, CA Ph: Fax: BAART 1124 International Blvd Oakland, CA (510) HAART Mission Blvd Hayward, CA Ph: (510) FAX: Drug and alcohol-free housing for those who are on AB109 probation status who are concurrently enrolled and participating in AB109-designated outpatient services (see General Outpatient category for those OP programs designated as AB109). NARCOTIC REPLACEMENT THERAPY Men and women on AB109 probation status who have been referred by their Probation Officers to Center Point and then to a combination of SLE and outpatient. Methadone Maintenance Adults who have a documented one year history of opiate addiction Methadone Maintenance Methadone Maintenance-Perinatal Methadone Detoxification Adults who have a documented one year history of opiate addiction This service is available only to AB109 Probationers referred through their Probation Officer to Center Point, and then to the program, and all participants must be simultaneously enrolled and participating in AB109 Outpatient Services. Medi-Cal or with the ability to self-pay Medi-Cal or with the ability to self-pay Macarthur Blvd. Oakland, CA Ph: FAX: Med Mark 795 Fletcher Lane Hayward, CA Ph: FAX: Methadone Maintenance Methadone Detox Adults who have a documented one year history of opiate addiction Medi-Cal or with the ability to self-pay 6

7 Life Line 9442 International Boulevard Oakland, CA Ph: FAX: Berkeley Addiction Treatment Services (BATS) 2975 Sacramento Street, Berkeley, California Ph: FAX: West Oakland Outpatient Substance Abuse Services West Oakland Health Council th Street Oakland, CA Ph: Fax: Methadone Maintenance Adults who have a documented one year history of opiate addiction Methadone Maintenance Methadone Maintenance-Perinatal Methadone Detoxification Methadone Maintenance Methadone Detoxification Adults who have a documented one year history of opiate addiction Adults who have a documented one year history of opiate addiction Medi-Cal or with the ability to self-pay Medi-Cal or with the ability to self-pay Medi-Cal or with the ability to self-pay RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS Some programs listed in this modality have dedicated capacity for those on AB109 county probation status, indicated with AB109 in the Specialty Services column. Referrals may be handled one of two ways: (1) if the caller acknowledges they are on probation and are willing to let their Probation Officer know they are seeking treatment, they should be referred to their Probation Officer, who will refer them to Center Point for level of care assessment and placement. If they do not wish their PO to know they are seeking treatment, the screener may refer them directly to any of the programs listed in this modality. The screener should advise the caller that there are sometimes long waiting lists for non-ab109 funded beds, and that accepting a referral back to their Probation Officer, to Center Point and then to program will usually ensure immediate access to services. CO-ED New Bridge Foundation, Inc and 1820 Scenic Avenue Berkeley, CA Ph: Fax: Long-term (up to six months) residential treatment, therapeutic community AB109 Adult men and women with serious s although the program is not Drug Medi-Cal certified. Also accepts clients with AB109 status. 7

8 Cronin House-Horizon Services, Inc Depot Road Hayward, CA Ph: Fax: C.U.R.A., INC. Carnales Unidos Reformando Adictos Inc Glenmoor Drive Fremont, CA Ph: Fax: MEN S Latino Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse of Alameda County El Chante 425 Vernon Street Oakland, CA Ph: Fax: WOMEN S Chrysalis-Horizon Services, Inc. 3837, 3839, 3841, 3843, 3845 and 3847 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, CA Ph: Co-occurring mental health and substance use specialty services for men and women Long-term (up to six months) residential treatment, therapeutic community AB109 Specializes in treatment of Spanishspeaking adults with limited English proficiency Co-occurring mental health and substance use specialty services for women Adult men and women with serious s and co-occurring mental health disorders Adult men and women with serious s and co-occurring mental health disorders; those with chronic medical conditions and those with very poor work histories Adult men with relatively substance use disorders from Fruitvale, San Antonio, Elmhurst and Chinatown, Spanish language and Latino specialty Adult women with serious substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders without Medi-Cal, although not Drug Medi-Cal certified. This program is funded with MHSA dollars, and clients must have a documented mental health issue in addition to a substance use disorder. although the program is not Drug Medi-Cal certified. Also accepts clients with AB109 status. although this program is not Drug Medi-Cal certified. Also accepts clients with AB109 status. without Medi Cal. This program is currently funded with MHSA dollars, and clients must have a 8

9 Chrysalis (continued) Fax: documented mental health issue in addition to a. Magnolia Women's Recovery Program, Inc. 682 Briergate Way Hayward, CA Ph: Also: 3408 Andover St. Oakland, CA (Note: State AOD residential program license is pending on this site. Contact Dave Abramson for more information.) Orchid Women's Recovery Center-Bi- Bett 1342 E. 27th Street Oakland, CA Ph: Fax: Project Pride Residential Program for Women and Children-EBCRP 2545 San Pablo Avenue Oakland, CA Ph: Fax: PERINATAL RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS Trauma-informed Adult women with serious substance use Parenting disorders and co-occurring mental health Access to perinatal care disorders that are pregnant or parenting. Trauma-informed services Parenting Access to perinatal care AB109 Trauma-informed services Parenting Access to perinatal care Co-occurring specialty services Adult women with serious substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders that are pregnant or parenting. Priority is to serve African Americans. Adult women with serious substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders that are pregnant or parenting. DETOXIFICATION RESIDENTIAL Cherry Hill Detoxification Services Nonmedical detoxification and referral General adult population who are currently under the influence of drugs or alcohol and and is a certified Drug Medi-Cal program. Drug Medi-Cal clients must either be pregnant or less than 60 days post-partum. although this program is not a certified Drug Medi-Cal provider. Also accepts clients with AB109 status. although this program is not a certified Drug Medi-Cal provider. 9

10 Program- Horizon Services, Inc Fairmont Drive San Leandro, CA Ph: Fax: Cherry Hill Sobering Station Services Program- Horizon Services, Inc Fairmont Drive San Leandro, CA Ph: Fax: Center Point Phone: Fax: Centerforce MOMS Santa Rita Jail for treatment SOBERING STATION NONMEDICAL Nonmedical sobering assistance and referral for treatment OTHER Centralized assessment, placement and follow-up case management Case Management, parenting, referral for needed community-based reentry services needing assistance to go through the withdrawal and detoxification process. All detox clients must first be served in the sobering station, below. General adult population who are currently under the influence of drugs or alcohol and are in need of respite and referral to continued services. State parolees and AB109 probationers Adult female inmates at Santa Rita Jail who have SUD and are pregnant and/or have children, ages birth to 17 years, and who have pending child custody cases Injecting drug users over 18 Accepts referrals from parole officers for the Bay Area Services Network (due to end on 7/1/14) and probation officers for those with AB109 status All referrals must come from custody staff of Santa Rita Jail. Bay Area Consortium for Quality Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Health Care, Inc. Early Intervention Services (EIS) th St. Program Oakland, CA Ph: FAX: OLDER ADULT St. Mary's Center - Recovery 55 Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Older adults and adults who have co-occurring Adults with an identified 10

11 925 Brockhurst Street, Oakland Senior Support Program of the Tri- Valley - For Seniors Only 5353 Sunol Blvd. Pleasanton, CA Alameda Family Services 2325 Clement Ave. Alameda, CA Laura Gilbert (510) Asian Community Mental Health Services th St., 201 Oakland, CA Tony Tabangcura (510) Paul Lam (510) ASPIRE School Program-New Bridge Foundation 2323 Hearst Ave., Berkeley, CA Georgette Cobbs (510) ASPIRE School Program-New Bridge Outpatient Treatment Outpatient Drug Free (ODF) Substance Used Disorder (SUD) Outpatient Treatment Outpatient Drug Free (ODF) SUD and mental health disorders, including those who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Older adults in the Tri-Valley area, age 60 or over, who meet the criteria for a substance use disorder (SUD). ADOLESCENT TREATMENT SERVICES OUTPATIENT SERVICES Clinic-based outpatient treatment Youth ages 8 to 18, primarily those who are living in the City of Alameda Students of Roosevelt Middle School, Oakland International High, & Urban Promise Academy Special effort to reach out to youth who are Cambodian, Vietnamese, Mien or Chinese Students of Frick Middle School, Longfellow Middle School, West Oakland Middle School and Willard Middle School, Berkeley Technology Academy, Emery Specific outreach to youth who are mandated to participate in the program by (SUD) Adults with an identified (SUD) Children and adolescents 8-18 years of age who have a primary substance use disorder. 11

12 Foundation (cont.) Axis Community Health Center 6666 Owens St. Pleasanton, CA 4566 Jeanie Slater (925) City of Fremont Youth & Family Services Liberty St., #E500 Fremont, CA Kathleen Brown (510) Community Health for Asian Americans (CHAA) SATAEY 268 Grand Ave. Oakland, CA Sarah Nelson (510) x22 Latino Commission 3209 Galindo Ave. Oakland, CA Isaac Rueles (510) Project Eden-Horizon Services, Inc Second St. Hayward, CA (510) Project Eden-Horizon Services, Inc. (cont.) Intensive outpatient services Clinic-based only; no school sites Clinic-based School and clinic-based Cantonese language capacity Spanish language capacity Clinic-based only probation, schools or other agencies Prioritizes youth residents of Fremont, Newark and Union City. Other specialty populations: youth who are involved in the criminal justice system. Students of The Spot-Oakland, and Oakland Int l High Schools Specific outreach to youth who are Asian/Pacific Islander (API) Students of Oakland Military Institute Charter, other Oakland schools Prioritizes youth living in the cities of Hayward, Castro Valley, San Leandro and San Lorenzo. Other specialty populations: youth involved in the criminal justice system; living in group/foster homes; and/or lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning. 12

13 Thunder Road Outpatient COPES th St. Oakland, CA Dee Gagnon (510) West Oakland Health Council-CRC Adolescent Treatment Program 7501 International Blvd. Oakland, Katharine Norris (510) INPATIENT SERVICES Thunder Road Adolescent Treatment Center th St. Oakland, CA Dee Gagnon (510) Clinic-based only, no school sites Clinic-based only, no school sites Residential services only Adolescents with co-occurring SUD and mental health disorders age who have a For Co- Occurring Clients with Full-Scope MediCal age who have a Adolescents years of age who have a For Co-Occurring Clients with Full-Scope MediCal 13

ALAMEDA COUNTY SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER (SUD) SERVICES

ALAMEDA COUNTY SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER (SUD) SERVICES ALAMEDA COUNTY SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER (SUD) SERVICES Current Configuration and Vision for the Future Presentation to Board of Supervisors Health Committee March 23, 2015 1 Presentation Overview Demographic

More information

Gender Served: Female/Male

Gender Served: Female/Male ACCESS-Countywide /Alcohol & Other Drugs /Youth Provider: Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services Address: phone contact only, CA Phone: (800) 491-9099 Ext: Comments: This program provides general

More information

Low-Cost Medical, Dental, and Mental Health Resources in the South County/Tri-City Area

Low-Cost Medical, Dental, and Mental Health Resources in the South County/Tri-City Area Low-Cost Medical, Dental, and Mental Health Resources in the South County/Tri-City Area Medical Services Offering primary and specialty health care, dental care and mental health services including: pediatric

More information

Substance Abuse Resources Alameda County

Substance Abuse Resources Alameda County Substance Abuse Resources Primarily for Pregnant Women and Parents with Children November 2010 This is not meant as an exhaustive list of resources. Prepared by Alameda Department of Public Health's Perinatal

More information

DRUG AND ALCOHOL REFERRALS

DRUG AND ALCOHOL REFERRALS DRUG AND ALCOHOL REFERRALS Berkeley Free Clinic Referral List 10/6/2013 ALAMEDA COUNTY --- New Bridge Foundation 979 san pablo ave CLINICS ALBANY adolescent intensive outpatient program 558-1990 800-785-2400

More information

AOD Women s Services - Directory of Resources Table of Contents

AOD Women s Services - Directory of Resources Table of Contents Contra Costa County Behavioral Health Division Alcohol and Other Drugs Services Administration 1220 Morello Ave, Suite 200 Martinez, CA 94553 Phone: (925) 335-3330 Fax: (925) 335-3318 http://cchealth.org/aod

More information

ALAMEDA COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT

ALAMEDA COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT ALAMEDA COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT DAVID MUHAMMAD Chief Probation Officer May 19, 2011 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESOURCE INFORMATION NOTICE TO PROBATIONER: If you have been placed on Court Probation, you do

More information

Substance Abuse Treatment Resources

Substance Abuse Treatment Resources Substance Abuse Treatment Resources Arapahoe House 8801 Lipan St. Thornton, CO 80260 (303)412-3695 Adolescent residential in Westminster: youth working toward emancipation. Not a crisis facility Special

More information

Department of Health Services. Alcohol and Other Drug Services Division

Department of Health Services. Alcohol and Other Drug Services Division Department of Health Services Alcohol and Other Drug Services Division Summary of Programs and Services Rita Scardaci, MPH, Health Services Director Gino Giannavola, AODS Division Director Alcohol and

More information

COUNTY CONTRACTED ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT PROVIDERS

COUNTY CONTRACTED ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT PROVIDERS COUNTY CONTRACTED ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT PROVIDERS Programs in bold receive County funding to make beds/slots available for those residents who require funding assistance. Sites are based on school

More information

Los Angeles County Department of Health Services Alcohol and Drug Program Administration

Los Angeles County Department of Health Services Alcohol and Drug Program Administration Los Angeles County Department of Health Services Annual Review of Participants in Alcohol and Drug Programs Contracted by the 2003-04 Fiscal Year Prepared by Research and Evaluation Planning Division Los

More information

COUNTY CONTRACTED ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT PROVIDERS

COUNTY CONTRACTED ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT PROVIDERS COUNTY CONTRACTED ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT PROVIDERS Programs in bold receive County funding to make beds/slots available for those residents who require funding assistance. Sites are based on school

More information

Substance Abuse Treatment Guide for Utah County

Substance Abuse Treatment Guide for Utah County Substance Abuse Treatment Guide for Utah County Detoxification/Stabilization Facilities Detoxification/Stabilization facilities for all ages Addiction and Psychological Services 224 North Orem Blvd, Orem

More information

Special Treatment/Recovery Programs -- Participant Demographics

Special Treatment/Recovery Programs -- Participant Demographics Chapter 3 Special Treatment/Recovery Programs -- Participant Demographics Chapter 3 describes the participants who received services provided by the following special programs during the : Adolescent Intervention,

More information

Medi Cal Mental Health Services

Medi Cal Mental Health Services Medi Cal Mental Health Services Designed for Alameda County Juvenile Probation Introduction This guide is intended to help you identify services for probation involved youth with adjustment and/or mental

More information

Substance Abuse Treatment Guide for Utah County

Substance Abuse Treatment Guide for Utah County Substance Abuse Treatment Guide for Utah County Updated September, 2010 Detoxification/Stabilization Facilities Detoxification/Stabilization facilities for all ages Addiction and Psychological Services

More information

Housing Services Office (HSO) Newsletter Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services (BHCS)

Housing Services Office (HSO) Newsletter Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services (BHCS) (HSO) Newsletter Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services (BHCS) A defendant waits for his case to be heard at the Alameda County Homeless Caring Court in Oakland Friday. Photo: Doug Oakley, East

More information

Transitional Programs for Women

Transitional Programs for Women Transitional Programs for Women AGAPE, Inc. 428 East Scott Ave. Knoxville, TN 37917 Phone: (865) 525-1661 Fax: (865) 525-0318 Contact: Sheila Pellasma; spellasma@agapetn.org Women; 18 years and older Service

More information

Financing Systems: Leveraging Funds to Support a Comprehensive Program

Financing Systems: Leveraging Funds to Support a Comprehensive Program Financing Systems: Leveraging Funds to Support a Comprehensive Program National Association of County Governments Jail Diversion Educational Forum October 1, 2009 Leon Evans President and Chief Executive

More information

Funding Source Categories Restrictions Payment Method Programs Funded FY16 REC. Reimbursement through cost reporting process

Funding Source Categories Restrictions Payment Method Programs Funded FY16 REC. Reimbursement through cost reporting process SANTA CLARA VALLEY HEALTH & HOSPITAL SYSTEM BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES DEPARTMENT / ALCOHOL & DRUG SERVICES FY16 RECOMMENDED BUDGET (as of 06/02/2015) FUNDING SOURCES Funding Source Categories Restrictions

More information

Alcoholism and Substance Abuse

Alcoholism and Substance Abuse State of Illinois Department of Human Services Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse OVERVIEW The Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (IDHS/DASA) is the

More information

Mental Health Services in Alameda County for Women and Families - Low Cost, Sliding Scale Fees 2015-16

Mental Health Services in Alameda County for Women and Families - Low Cost, Sliding Scale Fees 2015-16 Mental Health in Alameda County for Women and Families - Low Cost, Sliding Scale Fees 2015-16 Prepared by Community Forum for Perinatal Health A collaboration of organizations in Alameda County This is

More information

Treatment Resources for Substance Use Disorders

Treatment Resources for Substance Use Disorders Treatment Resources for Substance Use Disorders The treatment of substance use disorders can be very complex; there are many levels of care and the treatment network can be challenging to navigate. Substance

More information

MEASURE A & TOBACCO MASTER SETTLEMENT FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS. March 14, 2011 Board Health Committee

MEASURE A & TOBACCO MASTER SETTLEMENT FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS. March 14, 2011 Board Health Committee MEASURE A & TOBACCO MASTER SETTLEMENT FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS March 14, 2011 Board Health Committee HISTORY Measure A In March 2004, Measure A, the Essential Health Care Services Initiative, was passed

More information

Behavioral Health Services for Adults Program Capacity Eligibility Description of Services Funding Dosage Phase I 33 hours

Behavioral Health Services for Adults Program Capacity Eligibility Description of Services Funding Dosage Phase I 33 hours Outpatient Substance Abuse Recovery (OSARP) Dual Diagnosis Behavioral Health Services for Adults Capacity Eligibility Description of Services Funding Dosage 35 at any Adults with Phase I 33 hours point

More information

Kathryn P. Jett Director

Kathryn P. Jett Director Kathryn P. Jett Director California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs ADP Mission To lead efforts to reduce alcoholism, drug addiction and problem gambling in California by developing, administering

More information

GATEWAY CALL CENTER. Presented to: BHB System Planning & Fiscal Committee May 6, 2016

GATEWAY CALL CENTER. Presented to: BHB System Planning & Fiscal Committee May 6, 2016 GATEWAY CALL CENTER Presented to: BHB System Planning & Fiscal Committee May 6, 2016 Substance Use Treatment Services: Behavioral Health Services Department offers services to Santa Clara County residents

More information

2011 State Profile California

2011 State Profile California 20 State Profile California National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS) The National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS) is an annual survey of facilities providing

More information

Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board. 106-11-Alcohol and Drug Adult Day Treatment Services

Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board. 106-11-Alcohol and Drug Adult Day Treatment Services 106-11-Alcohol and Drug Adult Day Treatment Services Fund/Agency: 106 Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board Personnel Services $1,480,282 Operating Expenses $288,147 Recovered Costs $0 Capital

More information

Dual Diagnosis. Is Agency on TennCare plan? Yes. Services Provided:

Dual Diagnosis. Is Agency on TennCare plan? Yes. Services Provided: Dual Diagnosis Buffalo Valley, Inc. 501 Park Avenue South PO Box 879 Hohenwald, TN 38462 Phone: (931) 796-4256 Toll Free: 1-800-626-6709 Fax: (931) 796-5124 Contact: Jerry Risner Agency Type: Non-profit

More information

Lawyers in the Library by Location

Lawyers in the Library by Location Lawyers in the Library by Location **Call individual library first to confirm schedule and sign-up procedures!** Sessions are held regularly throughout the year. For example, the Thursday session at the

More information

Women s Services Directory A guide to substance abuse and mental health support services. www.mercymaricopa.org AZR-15-06-03

Women s Services Directory A guide to substance abuse and mental health support services. www.mercymaricopa.org AZR-15-06-03 Women s Services Directory A guide to substance abuse and mental health support services www.mercymaricopa.org AZR-15-06-03 Helpful information Mercy Maricopa Member Services 602-586-1841 or toll-free

More information

SANTA CLARA COUNTY REENTRY SERVICES SEAMLESS SYSTEM OF SERVICES, SUPPORT AND SUPERVISION Ready to Change: Promoting Safety and Health for the Whole

SANTA CLARA COUNTY REENTRY SERVICES SEAMLESS SYSTEM OF SERVICES, SUPPORT AND SUPERVISION Ready to Change: Promoting Safety and Health for the Whole SANTA CLARA COUNTY REENTRY SERVICES SEAMLESS SYSTEM OF SERVICES, SUPPORT AND SUPERVISION Ready to Change: Promoting Safety and Health for the Whole Community Vision/Mission Vision Build safer communities

More information

Funding County Alcohol and Other Drug Programs Revised Edition

Funding County Alcohol and Other Drug Programs Revised Edition Funding County Alcohol and Other Drug Programs Revised Edition C ounty alcohol and other drug programs are responsible for planning, implementing, and evaluating public alcohol and other drug services.

More information

Treatment. Adult Day Treatment Programs/Mental and Behavioral Health Services

Treatment. Adult Day Treatment Programs/Mental and Behavioral Health Services Treatment Adult Day Treatment Programs/Mental and Behavioral Health Services Provides an intensive 90-day outpatient treatment program for men (age 18 or over) with a dual diagnosis. Offers individualized

More information

COUNSELING SERVICES FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

COUNSELING SERVICES FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COUNSELING SERVICES FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Asian American for Community Involvement of Santa Clara County 2400 Moorpark Avenue, Ste. 300 San Jose, Ca. 95128 Ph: (408) 975 2730 Business Line Ph:

More information

SAMHSA San Francisco Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities Loc

SAMHSA San Francisco Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities Loc SAMHSA Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities Loc name1 name2 mail_street1 Joe Healy Detox Program Project 101 Gough Street BSLP 120 Page Street Tom Waddell Health Center 230 Golden Gate Avenue Curry Senior

More information

Detoxification. Clients Served: Adults 18 and older. Forms of Payment: Medicare, Private Pay Is Agency on TennCare? No Services Provided:

Detoxification. Clients Served: Adults 18 and older. Forms of Payment: Medicare, Private Pay Is Agency on TennCare? No Services Provided: Detoxification Baptist Hospital Alcohol and Drug Recovery Programs: Bridges to Recovery Outpatient Program Inpatient Behavioral Health Program 137 Blount Ave. Suite 5-A Knoxville, TN 37901 Phone: 865-549-2718

More information

ADP/DHCS Local Assistance Funding Matrix (Fiscal Year 2012-13)

ADP/DHCS Local Assistance Funding Matrix (Fiscal Year 2012-13) Document 3T ADP/DHCS Local Assistance Funding Matrix (Fiscal Year 2012-13) Information included in this matrix does not relieve counties of any monetary match requirements mandated by State or Federal

More information

Behavioral Health & Social Services. Serving Adults, Adolescents, Children and Families. www.net-centers.org

Behavioral Health & Social Services. Serving Adults, Adolescents, Children and Families. www.net-centers.org Behavioral Health & Social Services Serving Adults, Adolescents, Children and Families www.net-centers.org All people are capable of positive change... about NET NorthEast Treatment Centers (NET) offers

More information

PERINATAL SERVICES NETWORK GUIDELINES 2009 FOR NON DRUG MEDI-CAL PERINATAL PROGRAMS

PERINATAL SERVICES NETWORK GUIDELINES 2009 FOR NON DRUG MEDI-CAL PERINATAL PROGRAMS PERINATAL SERVICES NETWORK GUIDELINES 2009 FOR NON DRUG MEDI-CAL PERINATAL PROGRAMS TABLE OF CONTENTS I. PERINATAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS............................ 1 A. Target Population.............................................

More information

TRI-COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES, INC. POSITIVE SUPPORT FOR POSITIVE CHANGE

TRI-COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES, INC. POSITIVE SUPPORT FOR POSITIVE CHANGE TRI-COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES, INC. POSITIVE SUPPORT FOR POSITIVE CHANGE Use of Indigent Health Care Funds The Mary Lyons Detox Center in Bartow Outpatient programs in Lakeland/Highland City and Winter Haven

More information

youth services Helping Teens. Saving Lives. Healing Communities. ventura county Alcohol & Drug Programs

youth services Helping Teens. Saving Lives. Healing Communities. ventura county Alcohol & Drug Programs ventura county Alcohol & Drug Programs youth services Helping Teens. Saving Lives. Healing Communities. 1911 Williams Drive, Oxnard, CA 93036 (805) 981-9200 www.venturacountylimits.org VCBH Alcohol & Drug

More information

Treatment for Addiction in the Community Reduces Drug Use, Crime and Recidivism

Treatment for Addiction in the Community Reduces Drug Use, Crime and Recidivism Treatment for Addiction in the Community Reduces Drug Use, Crime and Recidivism Richard A. Rawson, Ph.D, Professor Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior David Geffen School of Medicine University

More information

Phoenix House Services for Children & Adults in California

Phoenix House Services for Children & Adults in California Phoenix House Services for Children & Adults in California Call Center: 818 686 3079 (Monday Friday, 8am-5pm) 800 378 4435 (Evenings and Weekends) Phoenix Houses of California, Inc. 11600 Eldridge Ave.

More information

Hope. Help. Healing. ventura county Alcohol & Drug Programs adult services

Hope. Help. Healing. ventura county Alcohol & Drug Programs adult services ventura county Alcohol & Drug Programs adult services Hope. Help. Healing. Ventura County Health Care Agency (805) 981-9200 1911 Williams Drive, Oxnard, CA 93036 www.venturacountylimits.org the myths Marijuana

More information

youth services Helping Teens. Saving Lives. Healing Communities. ventura county Alcohol & Drug Programs

youth services Helping Teens. Saving Lives. Healing Communities. ventura county Alcohol & Drug Programs ventura county Alcohol & Drug Programs youth services Helping Teens. Saving Lives. Healing Communities. 1911 Williams Drive, Oxnard, CA 93036 (805) 981-9200 www.venturacountylimits.org VCBH Alcohol & Drug

More information

Questions to ask before going to rehab by Rehab-Programs.org 2011

Questions to ask before going to rehab by Rehab-Programs.org 2011 Table of Contents Questions to Ask Before Going to Rehab... 1 Do I really need to check into an inpatient drug rehab center?... 2 How long will I stay in the rehab center?... 2 What is the track record

More information

Presentation to Senate Health and Human Services Committee: Prescription Drug Abuse in Texas

Presentation to Senate Health and Human Services Committee: Prescription Drug Abuse in Texas Presentation to Senate Health and Human Services Committee: Prescription Drug Abuse in Texas David Lakey, MD Commissioner, Department of State Health Services Lauren Lacefield Lewis Assistant Commissioner,

More information

Transitional Programs for Men

Transitional Programs for Men Transitional Programs for Men Bradford Health Services of Knoxville 301 S. Gallaher View Rd., Room 300 Knoxville, TN 37919 Phone: (865) 693-9326 Fax: (865) 693-9536 Contact: John West Clients Served: M/F

More information

SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES. to a local church; transportation is needed. Phone: 627-6748

SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES. to a local church; transportation is needed. Phone: 627-6748 Phone: 627-6748 Hours are 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m., Monday Thursday. Need Social Service referral. St. Mary s Food Pantry 1000 Holt Street (Church Office) Norfolk, VA 23504 Phone: 622-4487 (call first) Fax:

More information

Contents Opioid Treatment Program Core Program Standards... 2

Contents Opioid Treatment Program Core Program Standards... 2 2016 OPIOID TREATMENT PROGRAM PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS Contents Opioid Treatment Program Core Program Standards... 2 Court Treatment (CT)... 2 Detoxification... 2 Day Treatment... 3 Health Home (HH)... 3 Integrated

More information

VCBH CLINICAL TRAINING

VCBH CLINICAL TRAINING VCBH CLINICAL TRAINING Alcohol and Drug Counseling Internship VENTURA COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH (VCBH) FACT SHEET VCBH is part of the Ventura County Health Care Agency s integrated public health care system

More information

Alcohol & Chemical Brain Boosters Case Management Consumer Resources Crisis Intervention Day Programs Disability Related Domestic Violence Driving

Alcohol & Chemical Brain Boosters Case Management Consumer Resources Crisis Intervention Day Programs Disability Related Domestic Violence Driving Alcohol & Chemical Brain Boosters Case Management Consumer Resources Crisis Intervention Day Programs Disability Related Domestic Violence Driving Evaluation Education Financial Aid Health Related Housing

More information

Presentation to the Boston HIV Planning Council. Lydie Ultimo, MSW Director Bureau of Substance Abuse Services

Presentation to the Boston HIV Planning Council. Lydie Ultimo, MSW Director Bureau of Substance Abuse Services Presentation to the Boston HIV Planning Council Lydie Ultimo, MSW Director Bureau of Substance Abuse Services Responsibilities of the Bureau of Substance Abuse Services License addiction treatment programs

More information

San Marcos Area Prevention Programs Agency Program Description Contact Children's Mental Health North County Lifeline

San Marcos Area Prevention Programs Agency Program Description Contact Children's Mental Health North County Lifeline Agency Program Description Contact Children's Mental Health North County Lifeline Services Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego It's Up 2 Us Offers mental health services and prevention

More information

Fox Valley Region. Guide. Substance Abuse Treatment. and. Recovery Support

Fox Valley Region. Guide. Substance Abuse Treatment. and. Recovery Support Fox Valley Region Guide to Substance Abuse Treatment and Recovery Support This guide is by no means comprehensive but it does represent the wealth of resources present in the area with the primary focus

More information

Contracted Substance Use Disorder Providers Updated June 24, 2014

Contracted Substance Use Disorder Providers Updated June 24, 2014 Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Contracted Substance Use Disorder Providers Updated June 24, 2014 Outpatient Programs Ada Addiction & Behavioral Health Center 580-332-3001 Male

More information

Addiction Recovery Adult Drug Court Community Casa Families in Partnership (FIP) with Community Services Agency

Addiction Recovery Adult Drug Court Community Casa Families in Partnership (FIP) with Community Services Agency Addiction Recovery Adult Drug Court 801-11th Street, B100 (209) 567-4120 Provides treatment and aftercare services to individuals who are court ordered to treatment and on probation. Community Casa 2201

More information

ALCOHOL, DRUG AND TOBACCO ABUSE

ALCOHOL, DRUG AND TOBACCO ABUSE ALCOHOL, DRUG AND TOBACCO ABUSE CALIFORNIA ACCESS TO RECOVERY EFFORT (CARE) www.californiacares4youth.com PH: (866) 350-8773 Provides vouchers to LA County residents ages 12-20 for substance abuse treatment

More information

COUNTY CONTRACTED ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT PROVIDERS

COUNTY CONTRACTED ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT PROVIDERS COUNTY CONTRACTED ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT PROVIDERS Programs in bold receive County funding to make beds/slots available for those residents that require funding assistance. Sites are based on school

More information

Sober Living. Name Location Phone Program Info Area Served. Alcoholics Anonymous Orange County 949-582-2687 South Orange County

Sober Living. Name Location Phone Program Info Area Served. Alcoholics Anonymous Orange County 949-582-2687 South Orange County Name Location Phone Program Info Area Served Alcoholics Anonymous 949-582-2687 South Alcoholics Anonymous 714-773-4357 North AI-Anon 714-748-1113 Ashland House 24566 Ashland Dr, Laguna Hills, CA 92653

More information

1. Alcohol and Chemical Dependency Agencies 2. Assistive Technology Resources 3. Attendant Care Resources 4. Consumer Resources 5.

1. Alcohol and Chemical Dependency Agencies 2. Assistive Technology Resources 3. Attendant Care Resources 4. Consumer Resources 5. 1 1. Alcohol and Chemical Dependency Agencies 2. Assistive Technology Resources 3. Attendant Care Resources 4. Consumer Resources 5. Crisis Intervention, Counseling and Mental Health Agencies 6. Disability

More information

National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS)

National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS) U.S. Department of Health and Human Services FORM APPROVED: OMB No. 0930-0106 APPROVAL EXPIRES: 01/31/2016 See OMB burden statement on last page National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS)

More information

ADMHS Directory of Programs and Services Serving Carpinteria

ADMHS Directory of Programs and Services Serving Carpinteria 2015 ADMHS Directory of Programs and Services Serving Carpinteria This Directory will be updated as needed. Please email correc ons or updates to: Eric Baizer ebaizer@admhs.org 681 4744 Revised 1 8-15

More information

Division of Alcoholism and Chemical Dependency Programs

Division of Alcoholism and Chemical Dependency Programs Division of Alcoholism and Chemical Dependency Programs Virginia N. Price Assistant Secretary Wrenn Rivenbark Clinical Director Current Prison Population Prison Inmates 39,463 Male Inmates 36,608 Female

More information

Mental Health and Addiction Services Overview

Mental Health and Addiction Services Overview Mental Health and Addiction Services Overview CEAC 0216 January 2015 Mental Health and Addiction Services Management Team Executive Director (306) 766-7930 Manager, Rural Mental Health & Addictions (306)

More information

OUR MISSION. WestCare s mission. is to empower everyone whom. we come into contact with. to engage in a process of healing, growth and change,

OUR MISSION. WestCare s mission. is to empower everyone whom. we come into contact with. to engage in a process of healing, growth and change, OUR MISSION WestCare s mission is to empower everyone whom we come into contact with to engage in a process of healing, growth and change, benefiting themselves, their families, coworkers and communities.

More information

VENTURA COUNTY ALCOHOL & DRUG PROGRAMS

VENTURA COUNTY ALCOHOL & DRUG PROGRAMS VENTURA COUNTY ALCOHOL & DRUG PROGRAMS women s services Helping women recover (805) 981-9200 1911 Williams Drive, Oxnard, CA 93036 www.venturacountylimits.org recovery VCBH ALCOHOL & DRUG PROGRAMS WOMEN

More information

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services in Medicaid and SCHIP in Colorado

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services in Medicaid and SCHIP in Colorado Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services in Medicaid and SCHIP in Colorado As of July 2003, 377,123 people were covered under Colorado s Medicaid and SCHIP programs. There were 330,499 enrolled in the

More information

KERN HEALTH SYSTEMS POLICIES AND PROCEDURES INDEX NUMBER 3.10-P. tj31o:zjti9 Revision No. 1997-08 2000-05 2001-02 2005-11 ~a:y1-(/3 01/01/01 12/20105

KERN HEALTH SYSTEMS POLICIES AND PROCEDURES INDEX NUMBER 3.10-P. tj31o:zjti9 Revision No. 1997-08 2000-05 2001-02 2005-11 ~a:y1-(/3 01/01/01 12/20105 SUBJECT: Alcohol and Substance Abuse Page 1 of5 RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT HEAD: Director of Health Services Review Effective 08/1997 05/2000 02/2001 10/2005 02/2009 01/01/01 12/20105 tj31o:zjti9 Revision

More information

SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER (SUD)BENEFIT UNDER MEDICAID EXPANSION

SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER (SUD)BENEFIT UNDER MEDICAID EXPANSION A statewide coalition of consumers, providers, educators, and advocates representing the voice for alcohol and drug abuse services SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER (SUD)BENEFIT UNDER MEDICAID EXPANSION The Coalition

More information

LEHIGH COUNTY. DRUG and ALCOHOL ABUSE SERVICES LOCAL PROVIDER DIRECTORY OF SERVICES

LEHIGH COUNTY. DRUG and ALCOHOL ABUSE SERVICES LOCAL PROVIDER DIRECTORY OF SERVICES LEHIGH COUNTY DRUG and ALCOHOL ABUSE SERVICES LOCAL PROVIDER DIRECTORY OF SERVICES July 2010 TABLE OF CONTENTS Frequently Used Contact Information............................................. 3 Prevention..................................................................

More information

(308) 762 7177 Intake (308) 762 7177 Hotlines (308) 762 7177 (308) 635 7782

(308) 762 7177 Intake (308) 762 7177 Hotlines (308) 762 7177 (308) 635 7782 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator Name Address Phone Website Human Services Inc 419

More information

Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board. 106-08-Alcohol and Drug Crisis Intervention and Assessment Services

Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board. 106-08-Alcohol and Drug Crisis Intervention and Assessment Services 106-08-Alcohol and Drug Crisis Intervention and Assessment Services Fund/Agency: 106 Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board Personnel Services $1,425,389 Operating Expenses $344,933 Recovered Costs

More information

PLACER COUNTY AREA Substance Abuse Services Resource Guide 2012-2013

PLACER COUNTY AREA Substance Abuse Services Resource Guide 2012-2013 PLACER COUNTY AREA Substance Abuse Services Resource Guide 2012-2013 Placer County Substance Abuse Services 11512 B Ave. Phone: (530) 889-7240, Ext. 7218 Fax:(530) 886-2972 This image cannot currently

More information

2013-2014 Alameda County

2013-2014 Alameda County Car Seat Coordinator: Godfrey Wilson: email godfrey.wilson@acgov.org Alameda Public Health Department 1000 San Leandro Blvd., San Leandro, Ca. 94577 (P) 510-618-2028 (F) 510-618-2028 Agency Seat type Loan

More information

2016 Directory of Programs and Services

2016 Directory of Programs and Services 2016 Directory of Programs and Services Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness countyofsb.org/behavioral wellness 805 681 5200 Alice Gleghorn, Ph.D., Director Revised January 12, 2016 1

More information

Structure and Function

Structure and Function Structure and Function OKLAHOMA State SSA Director Mr. Ben Brown, Deputy Commissioner Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services P.O. Box 53277 Oklahoma City, OK 73152-3277 Phone:

More information

Introduction & Guiding Principles p. 3. Guiding Principle 1: Acknowledge that gender makes a difference p. 3

Introduction & Guiding Principles p. 3. Guiding Principle 1: Acknowledge that gender makes a difference p. 3 1 Introduction & Guiding Principles p. 3 Guiding Principle 1: Acknowledge that gender makes a difference p. 3 Guiding Principle 2: Create an environment based on safety, respect, and dignity p. 4 Guiding

More information

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Phoenix House California

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Phoenix House California About What is? is a nationally recognized and accredited behavioral healthcare provider, specializing in the treatment and prevention of substance use disorders and co-occurring substance use and mental

More information

Florida Medicaid: Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services

Florida Medicaid: Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Florida Medicaid: Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Beth Kidder Assistant Deputy Secretary for Medicaid Operations Agency for Health Care Administration House Children, Families, and Seniors Subcommittee

More information

Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. Contracted Substance Abuse Treatment Providers Updated April 24, 2015

Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. Contracted Substance Abuse Treatment Providers Updated April 24, 2015 Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Contracted Substance Abuse Treatment Providers Updated April 24, 2015 Outpatient Programs Population Number Served Ada Addiction & Behavioral Health

More information

HOW TO USE THE RESOURCE LOCATOR

HOW TO USE THE RESOURCE LOCATOR HOW TO USE THE RESOURCE LOCATOR The Resource Locator is an online searchable directory of resources in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. It is searchable by category of service or by location, and

More information

II.G. SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT COMPREHENSIVE AIDS PROGRAM OF PALM BEACH COUNTY (CAP) The redbook of HIV/AIDS Services

II.G. SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT COMPREHENSIVE AIDS PROGRAM OF PALM BEACH COUNTY (CAP) The redbook of HIV/AIDS Services II.G. SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT COMPREHENSIVE AIDS PROGRAM OF PALM BEACH COUNTY (CAP) 2330 South Congress Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33406 Phone: (561) 472-2466 Phone: (561) 472-9160 Administration Phone:

More information

2015 OPIOID TREATMENT PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS

2015 OPIOID TREATMENT PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS 2015 OPIOID TREATMENT PROGRAM PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS Contents Opioid T reatment Program Core Program Standards... 2 Court Treatment (CT)... 2 Detoxification... 2 Day Treatment... 3 Health Home (HH)... 3

More information

Marin County Sheriff s Office Re-Entry Team D E P U T Y D A V E E S T E S D E P U T Y J O S H T O D T

Marin County Sheriff s Office Re-Entry Team D E P U T Y D A V E E S T E S D E P U T Y J O S H T O D T Marin County Sheriff s Office Re-Entry Team D E P U T Y D A V E E S T E S D E P U T Y J O S H T O D T Re-Entry Team s Mission Facilitate the collaborative efforts of numerous county and non-profit organizations

More information

CHAPTER 5. Rules and Regulations for Substance Abuse Standards. Special Populations for Substance Abuse Services

CHAPTER 5. Rules and Regulations for Substance Abuse Standards. Special Populations for Substance Abuse Services CHAPTER 5 Rules and Regulations for Substance Abuse Standards Special Populations for Substance Abuse Services Section 1. Authority. These rules are promulgated by the Wyoming Department of Health pursuant

More information

Committed to Community Caring 2014

Committed to Community Caring 2014 Addictions Crisis Center Broome County ABLE Re-entry Program Catholic Charities Fairview Community Residence Federal Bureau of Prisons Greater Binghamton Health Center Opportunities for Broome Rescue Mission

More information

Services Provided for Polk County Residents

Services Provided for Polk County Residents Providing Successful, Evidence-Based Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment to Men, Women and Adolescents in Polk, Highlands and Hardee Counties for over 39 years. 1 Services Provided for Polk County

More information

12 & 12, INC. FY 15 ANNUAL MANAGEMENT REPORT

12 & 12, INC. FY 15 ANNUAL MANAGEMENT REPORT 12 & 12, INC. FY 15 ANNUAL MANAGEMENT REPORT 12 & 12 Inc. is a comprehensive addiction recovery treatment center serving individuals and their families who are affected by alcoholism and other drug addictions.

More information

Goal Statement To administer and manage contracted services to eligible persons in need of health care services to promote health maintenance.

Goal Statement To administer and manage contracted services to eligible persons in need of health care services to promote health maintenance. HEALTH SERVICES To administer and manage contracted services to eligible persons in need of health care services to promote health maintenance. Number of medical encounters provided in the urgent care

More information

27124Teen_c 2/11/11 12:19 PM Page 2 Teen Programs

27124Teen_c 2/11/11 12:19 PM Page 2 Teen Programs Teen Programs WE ARE THE ROCHESTER AREA S MOST EXPERIENCED ADOLESCENT TREATMENT PROVIDER. Research shows that treatment programs developed specifically for adolescents work best. At Unity Chemical Dependency,

More information

WITH OVER 20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE, Unity Chemical Dependency is the Rochester area s most experienced and comprehensive treatment provider.

WITH OVER 20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE, Unity Chemical Dependency is the Rochester area s most experienced and comprehensive treatment provider. WITH OVER 20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE, Unity Chemical Dependency is the Rochester area s most experienced and comprehensive treatment provider. Our highly trained and dedicated team of counselors and physicians

More information

ADULT RE-ENTRY STRATEGIC PLAN ROAD TO RE-ENTRY

ADULT RE-ENTRY STRATEGIC PLAN ROAD TO RE-ENTRY ROAD TO RE-ENTRY ALAMEDA COUNTY ADULT RE-ENTRY STRATEGIC PLAN PREPARED BY: NEOLA CROSBY ALAMEDA COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT CHIEF PROBATION OFFICER LADONNA HARRIS BOARD ADOPTED: MARCH 11, 2014 Page 1 TABLE

More information

SACRAMENTO COUNTY ADULT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES SERVICE DIRECTORY FISCAL YEAR 2010-2011

SACRAMENTO COUNTY ADULT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES SERVICE DIRECTORY FISCAL YEAR 2010-2011 SACRAMENTO COUNTY ADULT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE DIRECTORY FISCAL YEAR 2010-2011 ACCESS TO /PROVIDER DESCRIPTION CLIENT POPULATION Adult Access Southeast Asian Assistance Center (SAAC) 5625 24 th Street Sacramento,

More information

BERNALILLO COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAMS - DSAP

BERNALILLO COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAMS - DSAP BERNALILLO COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAMS - DSAP DIRECT SERVICES PROVIDED BUDGET DSAP currently operates on a budget of $9.6 million dollars that is almost fully subsidized by grants. OUT

More information

Bringing Medford Together Medford Substance Prevention Task Force 85 George P. Hassett Dr. Rm 311 Medford, MA 02155 781-393-2560

Bringing Medford Together Medford Substance Prevention Task Force 85 George P. Hassett Dr. Rm 311 Medford, MA 02155 781-393-2560 Bringing Medford Together Medford Substance Prevention Task Force 85 George P. Hassett Dr. Rm 311 Medford, MA 02155 781-393-2560 Dear Medford Parents, We know that parents are working harder than ever

More information

is to empower everyone whom we come into contact with to engage in a process of healing, their families, coworkers and UPLIFTING THE HUMAN SPIRIT

is to empower everyone whom we come into contact with to engage in a process of healing, their families, coworkers and UPLIFTING THE HUMAN SPIRIT OUR MISSION WestCare s mission is to empower everyone whom we come into contact with to engage in a process of healing, growth and change, benefiting themselves, their families, coworkers and communities.

More information

Hotlines Athens County Children's Services Crisis Line Mon-Fri: 740-592-3061; Weekends, holidays, after hours: 877-477-0772

Hotlines Athens County Children's Services Crisis Line Mon-Fri: 740-592-3061; Weekends, holidays, after hours: 877-477-0772 2015 Healthcare Resource Guide Mental Health Programs and Substance Abuse Services Prepared by United Appeal for Athens County 2-1-1 Give help. Get Help. Call 2-1-1 or visit www.211athenscounty.org for

More information