Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board

Mission Statement

The Alcohol & Drug Advisory Board (ADAB) is composed of individuals from diverse disciplines representing a cross section of Solano County.  The ADAB ensures that community needs are met regarding substance related issues through prevention, early intervention, treatment and ongoing recovery. The ADAB reviews, evaluates and participates in the planning process(es), advises SAA (Substance Abuse Administrator) and BOS (Board of Supervisors) and encourages public understanding of AOD (Alcohol and Other Drugs) problems, thereby ensuring the most effective use of county AOD dollars and services.

Important Events

Community Listening Forum:
Recovery WORKS - Fund What WORKS

The Alcohol and  Drug Advisory Board is hosting a Community Listening Forum entitled “Recovery WORKS – Fund What WORKS” in October. This free event will raise your awareness about what works in the field of substance use treatment and recovery. The Solano County Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board is partnering with Solano Recovery Project to host this COMMUNITY  LISTENING FORUM. A panel of experts, policy makers and decisions makers will hear personal testimony from people in recovery and professionals in the field.   The forum will explore recovery support services available in our community and reveal what really works to keep people in recovery for life. Come join us on October 8th for an evening of education -advocacy – and awareness as we showcase the reality that Recovery WORKS and call on our decision makers to fund what works.    

Wednesday, October 8, 2014
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Solano County Government Center, Multi-Purpose Room
675 Texas Street Fairfield, CA 94533
(entrance on Jefferson St.)

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