Alcohol & Drug Services

COVID-19 UPDATE - 5/29/20

In an effort to minimize COVID-19 exposure, Comprehensive Services for Older Adults is only offering limited services until further notice. For health updates related to COVID-19, please visit the Public Health Department’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) website.

  • Alcohol and Drug Access:  
    Our Access phone line is operating as usual.  We are providing intake assessments by phone and accepting new clients into treatment services.  Intake staff are available Monday-Friday from 8AM to 5PM. Call (707) 253-4063 to speak with staff.
  • ADS Outpatient Treatment and UA Testing
    Beginning June 1, 2020, ADS will resume group and individual counseling services at HHSA’s South Campus. Groups will be limited to 5-6 clients to allow for physical distancing. In addition to services offered at the ADS offices, a small number of groups will be offered through Zoom each week, as well as individual counseling sessions. Clients should speak with their primary counselor to determine a group schedule that aligns with their goals, as well as any court mandates. At this time, UA testing remains suspended; clients who require this due to court mandates should speak to their primary counselor.
  • Center Point Withdrawal Management and Residential Treatment
    Center Point remains fully operational and has available beds at this time. All clients admitted during this period will be required to provide a statement from a healthcare provider that the person is permitted to reside in congregate living. Individuals who present without this clearance will be instructed to return home and to contact their primary care provider.
  • Youth Treatment Services
    Aldea Children and Family Services is providing group and individual substance use treatment services for teens via telehealth. Individuals seeking treatment should call (707) 255-1855 to speak with Aldea’s Intake Coordinator.

COVID-19 ULTIMAS NOTICIAS

  • Programa de Acceso Para Servicios de Alcohol y Drogas:
    Nuestra línea telefónica de Acceso continúa operando. Ofrecemos evaluaciones de admisión por teléfono y aceptamos nuevos clientes en los servicios de tratamiento. El personal de admisión está disponible de lunes a viernes de 8 a.m. a 5 p.m. Llame al 707-253-4063 para hablar con nuestro personal.
  • Tratamiento en las Oficinas de ADS y Pruebas de UA:
    A partir del 1 de junio de 2020, ADS comenzará a ofrecer servicios de asesoramiento grupal e individual en el Campus de la Agencia de Salud y Servicios Humanos (HHSA por sus siglas en inglés). Los grupos estarán limitados a 5-6 clientes para permitir el distanciamiento físico. Además de los servicios que se llevarán a cabo en las oficinas de ADS, se ofrecerá un pequeño número de grupos a través de Zoom cada semana, así como sesiones de asesoramiento individual. Los clientes deben hablar con su consejero principal para determinar un horario grupal que sea apropiado con sus objetivos de tratamiento, así como con las ordenes de la corte. En este momento, las pruebas de UA siguen suspendidas; los clientes que lo requieran debido a mandatos judiciales deben hablar con su asesor principal.
  • Manejo de Abstinencia de Drogas y Tratamiento Residencial Center Point:
    El programa residencial Center Point sigue operando y tiene camas disponibles en este momento. Todos los clientes admitidos durante este período deberán presentar una declaración de un proveedor de atención médica que indique que la persona puede permanecer en una residencia de vivienda grupal. Las personas que se presenten sin esta autorización recibirán instrucciones de regresar a casa y comunicarse con su proveedor médico principal.
  • Servicios de tratamiento para jóvenes:
    Aldea Children and Family Services ofrece servicios de tratamiento grupales e individuales para jóvenes con problemas de uso de sustancias a través de telesalud (por video). Las personas que buscan tratamiento deben llamar al 707-255-1855 para hablar con el Coordinador de Admisión de Aldea.

We offer an array of prevention, treatment and intervention services and can help you connect with community resources to get you and your loved ones the help you need. Services are provided through County-operated programs and contracts with community-based organizations.

Purpose

To provide a welcoming and safe environment that offers hope, supports prevention, and inspires recovery.

Vision

Create, promote, and sustain communities free from problems related to alcohol, tobacco, and drugs by empowering individuals and families.

Mission

Provide integrated, evidence based education, prevention and treatment services that are accessible, affordable, and culturally competent.

Values

  • Compassion
  • Integrity
  • Professionalism
  • Well-Being