ADDICTION INFORMATION & REFERRAL NUMBERS
SELF HELP FOR FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF ADDICTS
The DBH Alcohol and Drug Services Administration is responsible for monitoring all County funded
(Federal, State, and County fund sources) alcohol and drug services contract providers and County-operated
clinics for compliance with State and Federal laws and regulations. ADS certifies and monitors all providers
of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and Deferred Entry of Judgment (DEJ/PC1000) programs within the county.
Alcohol and Drug Services Administration
303 E. Vanderbilt Way
San Bernardino, CA 92408
1-800-968-2636 | (909) 386-8268
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Office hours are 8AM-5PM Monday through Friday; the office is closed on weekends and nationally observed holidays.
- ADS serves as a liaison between Federal and State representatives and County funded programs.
- ADS Administration develops and provides trainings for County funded programs, develops and implements provider policies.
- ADS regularly audits programs for quality assurance. In addition, ADS Administration is responsible
for developing provider Request for Proposals (RFP) and contracts. ADS Administration is also responsible for investigating
grievances on any County contracted ADS providers.
- ADS Administration provides confidential information and referrals for:
- Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention programs within San Bernardino County.
- Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and Deferred Entry of Judgment (DEJ/PC1000) programs.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT AND EDUCATION SERVICES
The San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health, Alcohol and Drug Services provides a full range of substance
abuse treatment services for San Bernardino County communities and residents.
- Prevention, outpatient and residential programs are offered in every significant population center in the County through
contracts with community based organizations and County-operated clinics.
- Detoxification is available for men and women over age 18.
- Residential treatment is offered for men, and women over age 18, and men or women with children under age 5.
- Outpatient services are offered for men, women, and adolescents (persons aged 12 - 21).
- Perinatal services are available in both residential and outpatient programs for women who are pregnant and/or have
children under age 5.
- Services are also provided for county residents referred from the Parolee Services Network (PSN), CalWORKs, Proposition
36, Drug Court and the Department of Children’s Services (DCS).
- Treatment is available to all County residents regardless of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or disability,
including chronic illness or HIV.
- The cost of treatment is based on a sliding scale fee according to the clients’ income. Medi-Cal and other public assistance
funding may pay for some of the treatment; please call for further details.
Substance Abuse Referral Service
For San Bernardino County, 24-hours a day/7 days a week, call Toll Free:
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