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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 02/21/2023)
If you do not have health insurance or have insurance that doesn’t fully meet your healthcare needs, you may be eligible for free addiction treatment services through Delaware’s Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (DSAMH). If you have insurance, please visit www.TreatmentConnection.com to find a provider that is right for you.
Guide for Accessing Publicly Funded Addiction Treatment in Delaware (Updated 02/21/2023)
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).