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Substance Abuse Services provides a range of treatment and recovery services for alcoholism and other drug addictions. Through community and county-based programs, we serve approximately 4,000 persons per year. Services include, but are not limited to, alcohol and drug detoxification, outpatient counseling, and residential treatment.
Substance Abuse Services is a voluntary program that provides services for adults who are residents of Solano County and are uninsured or have Medi-Cal. We accept referrals from:
- Solano County Probation Department
- Solano County Mental Health Services
- Solano County Child Welfare Services
- Solano County Employment and Eligibility Services
- Solano County Public Health Services
- Solano County Older and Disabled Adult Services
- The Courts
Behavioral Health Assessment Team (BHAT) assesses and refers adults to outpatient and residential programs. Pregnant women receive priority for all treatment services.
Proposition 36 provides outpatient and residential programs for adults involved in the criminal justice system with a non-violent drug possession. Must be court-ordered and referred.
Adult Drug Court provides outpatient and residential programs for adults involved in the criminal justice system with a non-violent case relating to substance abuse/addiction. Must be court-ordered and referred by the Solano County Adult Drug Court.
Assembly Bill (AB) 109, Post-Release Community Supervision provides outpatient and residential programs for adults involved in the criminal justice system with a non-violent offense. Must be referred by the Solano County Probation Department.
S.M.A.R.T. (Successful Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Treatment) provides a variety of behavioral health services, including substance abuse service to individuals and families receiving CalWORKs benefits.