The Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (DSAMH) provides public drug and alcohol treatment services for adults, primarily through contracts with private agencies. Services include: screening and evaluation; outpatient counseling; opioid treatment, including methadone maintenance; continuous treatment team programs for individuals with long-term, disabling alcohol and drug dependence disorders; less intensive case management services offered through the outpatient counseling agencies; detoxification; and residential services. The residential services include short-term/variable length-of-stay treatment (30 days or less), long-term treatment, and halfway houses.
Provider Directory (updated 11/18/2016)
The Division also has specialized case management for adult offenders with alcohol/drug abuse problems who are involved in the Drug Courts. The case management is provided through the Division's Treatment Access Center (TASC).