Substance Use Community Access, Referral, Evaluation, and Support (SU CARES) Line

 

Substance Abuse Programs for Populations Served

Adult men and women programs include prevention, residential detoxification, outpatient and residential medication assisted treatment (MAT) for those addicted to alcohol or opiates, residential, outpatient counseling (ODF), intensive outpatient counseling (IOT), and narcotic treatment (NTP). All programs utilize evidence based practices (EBP) which are proven and approved methods of treatment. Locations are county-wide.

Adolescents can access prevention, residential detoxification, residential, outpatient counseling (ODF), and intensive outpatient counseling (IOT). Locations include school satellite sites, outpatient clinics and out of county (detoxification, MAT and residential).

Pregnant or Women with Children are priority populations who receive immediate access to treatment in prevention, residential, outpatient counseling (ODF), and intensive outpatient counseling (IOT) programs. Programs address the special circumstances of pregnant or parenting women. Children under five (5) years of age are welcome and accommodated in both residential and outpatient settings. Locations are county-wide.

Individuals who are in the criminal justice system may be referred to a Drinking Driver Program clinic (DDP), AB109 clinic or Drug Court program. DUI and PC1000, prevention, residential detoxification, outpatient and residential medication assisted treatment (MAT) for those addicted to alcohol or opiates, residential, outpatient counseling (ODF), intensive outpatient counseling (IOT), and narcotic treatment (NTP) are available. Locations are county-wide.

All program facilities are ADA compliant. Translation services are provided for all programs including ASL.