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Drug & Alcohol Division
Program Overview
 
 
Tehama County Health Services Agency, Drug and Alcohol Division programs utilize the infrastructure of the Health Services Agency in providing alcohol and other drug prevention, intervention, and treatment services. Drug and Alcohol Division offers a continuum of care through direct provision of services and through contracts with community-based providers. Our approach to treatment and recovery is to individualize treatment services to meet client needs. Our service sites are in an alcohol and drug free environment, and all services are offered to establish or enhance our client’s healthy, sober living.
 
     
  Drug and alcohol education, prevention, and treatment services are available for all ages. Fees for services are assessed according to income and are based on a sliding fee scale and the client’s ability to pay. Drug and Alcohol Staff are committed to the alleviation of problems caused by drug and alcohol abuse. Services include:  
 
 
  • Assessments for coed, perinatal and adolescent clients
  • Coed outpatient treatment, individual and group sessions, case management, relapse prevention and parent education
  • Dual-diagnosed groups
  • Perinatal services for pregnant, post-partum, and parenting women including case management, child care, transportation, parent education, and outpatient and intensive day treatment services
  • Dependency and Adult Felon Drug Court Programs
  • CalWORKs assessments, treatment and case management in coordination with the Department of Social Services
  • Aftercare Groups
  • Residential chemical dependency treatment is provided to the community through referral and funding to four (4) contracted social model residential centers.
  • Prevention activities facilitated through a partnership with the Tehama County Department of Education, which includes tobacco and marijuana cessation classes, Red Ribbon Week, and mentoring activities.
  • CMSP Program
  • Monolingual individual sessions
 
 
 
 
  For more information about these program, please contact:  
  Drug and Alcohol – Red Bluff Office
1850 Walnut Street, Suite G
Red Bluff, CA 96080
Phone: (530) 527-7893
FAX: (530) 527-0766
Drug and Alcohol – Corning Office
275 Solano St
Corning, CA 96021
Phone (530) 824-4890
FAX (824-8443)
Closed daly from noon to 1 pm
 
     
  Tehama County Health Services Agency does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, or age in admission, treatment or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment  
 
 
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