County Agencies - Drugs

Find county drug and alcohol related programs, associations, websites.

Our Programs are based around each Client and their individual needs, with programs ranging from - 8 to 32 hours of 1on1 counselling. We treat the Roots behind Addiction not just the Surface Problems.

About the Board Click the bell for Memories from the 1999 Concert! The 2000 Concert is Dec.2. Click here for more information. Disorders Network Services Calendar News and Information NAMI Portage Co

DuPage County Health Department Web Site

Luzerne-Wyoming Counties Mental Health/Mental Retardation Program

Santa Barbara Council on Acoholism And Drug Abuse, a Santa Barbara County resource for information, referral and treatment for alcoholism and other drug addictions.

NCADD Sacramento County Affiliate provides information, education, referral, and counseling services for the disease of alcoholism and other drug dependencies and their effects on alcoholics, addicts

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A Quality Mental Health, Community Corrections and Substance Abuse Services in the Greater Cincinnati Area.

 After 30 years we know that recovery is within reach. Read what is currently happening at the Center for Chemical Addictions Treatment in Cincinnati, OH.

NACCHO, the National Association of County and City Health Officials, is a non-profit association serving 3,000 local health departments. Contains information and resources for those interested in pub

About Us | News | RFP | Prevention | Treatment Referral | Resources | PRIDE | Educational Opportunities | Videos/Books | FAQ | Special Events The Council on Chemical Abuse serves as the coordinating

Santa Barbara Recovery Community Network, Santa Barbara, California - a web site devoted to recovery from alcohol and substance abuse

PCPA tracks policy, regulation and legislation affecting behavioral health care in Pennsylvania. Coverage includes mental health, mental retardation, substance abuse, child welfare and juvenile justic