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State Agencies - Drugs
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Dimensions Santa Monica offers real-world, “nuts and bolts” recovery in the heart of Santa Monica, California. Santa Monica is known for it’s beaches and there are many serene settings for our clients to see. We’ve put our resources where we know they are most effective – into an experienced, highly-credentialed staff administering the most current cutting-edge treatment. The result is an engaging program of recovery, delivered in one of the most vibrant cities in the world.
Just a 20 minute ferry ride from West Vancouver, The Orchard Recovery Center provides flexible lengths of stay to meet your needs. Beginning with our 10 day introduction to treatment, detox and stabilization, followed by 28, 42 and 90+ day programs to build a solid foundation for recovery. With our International CARF accreditation, an award-winning clinical team, and doctors who are distinguished fellows of the American Board of Addiction Medicine, we provided the highest standards of care for our clients. Our Outpatient Program in West Vancouver is offered in addition to our strong complement of weekly Family Programming and Alumni services, ensuring we provide ongoing support for a lasting recovery.
Dimensions Indian Wells is the most luxurious option in our network, and also the longest running. Lavish and confidential, with a limited number of beds, this facility offers a high staff-to-client ratio, ensuring that each client receives an in-depth, personalized treatment plan, selected from our wide array of customizable programs.
Dimensions Culver City is our mid-range, in-patient treatment facility, nestled in a lovely, centrally located neighborhood in Culver City, California. Just a few miles from the beach, we offer a multitude of serene settings for our clients to visit.
Association of Community Mental Health of Kansas Inc. Members Only Welcome.
Home of the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services website.
Georgia based substance abuse prevention and education agency that develops programs and materials based on the most current research on drug use and its impact on community
35 E. Gay Street - Suite 401 Columbus Ohio 43215-3138 Phone: (614) 228-0747 Fax: (614) 228-0740 Attention: Ohio Council Members! The Ohio Council of Behavioral Healthcare Providers' Annual Membership
The Connecticut Clearinghouse is the state's resource center for information about alcohol, tobacco, other drugs, and related issues affecting mental health and wellness. We are part of Connecticut's
Membership includes programs and agencies throughout New York State which provide alcoholism and substance abuse prevention, treatment, research and evaluation.
Event Calendar Madison County Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, Inc. Players for Prevention About Bridges Information and Referral Education Youth Prevention Programs Employee Assistance Pro
CBHA is a statewide not-for-profit membership organization representing the interests of community behavioral healthcare agencies in the State of Illinois.
ESTABLISHED 1971 North Carolina Model Prevention Site Our mission... intervene with the community, create alliances, prevent addictions and promote health. "I'm Special" has been revised and expanded
Welcome to alcoholdrughelp.org your online resource for information on alcohol and other drug related issues. If you would like more information on ADCNC or our information and referral services plea
Just as the Missouri joins the Mighty Mississippi, Here in St. Louis, The Missouri Institute of Mental Health Joins The Policy Information Exchange To create a comprehensive mental health Internet si
Bucks County Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Inc. Bailiwick Office Campus 252 W Swamp Rd. Unit 12 Doylestown , PA 18901-2444 215-345-6644 24 hour info hotline: 1-800--221-6333
New Jersey Self-Help Group Clearinghouse Helping people help themselves through the use and development of mutual aid self-help groups In New Jersey:1-800-367-6274 Outside New Jersey:Â (973)326-6789
The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. This service provides a range of various health-related issues.
Home page for the Mississippi State Department of Mental Health.
30 years of turning lives around Lake County ADAMHS Board - Official Web Site - Fall/2000 About the ADAMHS Board Levy Information FYI - Family and Youth Info
Use This Table to Navigate Through Our Web Site Home Page Utah State Legislature Search For An AlcoholÂ Server State Board of Substance Abuse Division Organization and
In Greater Seattle Area 206.722.3700 Toll-Free Washington State 800.562.1240 The Teenline: 206.722.4222 Washington State Alcohol Drug Clearinghouse Take a Survey!
Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Our mission is to promote quality of life and emotional well-being of Oklahomans by advocating, encouraging, and exemplifying the bar
The South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services (DAODAS) is the cabinet-level agency charged with ensuring the provision of quality services to prevent or reduce the negative c