Location and Contact Information
Please note, some programs and services are not available at all locations. Please contact us to verify locations and office hours.
What is AODP?
Mendocino County's Health and Human Services, Behavioral Health and Recovery Services, Alcohol and Other Drug Programs (AODP), assist participants who have substance use disorders to create and maintain a healthy, balanced lifestyle, free of alcohol and other drug abuse. In order to assist participants to make positive changes in their lives, staff utilize evidence-based curricula. All treatment staff are certified or registered by the State of California.
Adult Treatment Programs
Type and frequency of service: Adult treatment services are provided in individual and group settings. Individual counseling may include sessions focused on assessment, treatment planning, crises, collateral sessions with family members ultimately, discharge planning. All clients are scheduled for a minimum of 2 individual sessions per month. Individual sessions are a minimum of 50 minutes. Group sessions focus on a variety of relevant recovery related topics through an interactive group format.
- All programs offer chemical testing for participants.
- All programs offer resource and referral services.
How much do AODP Programs cost?
AODP has a number of programs. Some are funded by grants, and are free to participants, however, where ever possible, AODP uses CMSP and Medi-Cal to help fund treatment, since all services aren't covered with grant funds. No one with CMSP or Medi-Cal is required to pay for treatment services at AODP. Some programs are fee-based, and individuals without CMSP or Medi-Cal are asked to pay for those programs. We use an approved sliding scale for those programs, based on the individual's ability to pay.. AODP's Diversion Education Program for adults is not a treatment program and has a flat fee.
What are the names of AODP Programs? Where are they?
- Outpatient Treatment Program
- AODP's Outpatient Treatment Program provides substance use disorder treatment for adults through individual and group counseling. Services are available in Ukiah and Fort Bragg. Services are on a sliding fee scale based on income. CMSP and Medi-Cal pay the cost of treatment for people with that coverage. 707-472-2637 / 707-964-4747
- Women's Perinatal Treatment Program - WINDO
- WINDO provides treatment services to women with substance use problems who have children (including those in foster or out of home care), and to those who are pregnant. Participants in the WINDO program receive parenting classes and the group and individual services described above. While in the program, women may be a part of the cooperative child care program and get transportation or help with transportation. These services are in Ukiah, and are free to participants. AODP bills CMSP and Medi-Cal. Women in other areas of the county with this need may call our office (707-472-2637) for help in getting to our service.
- OPTIONS Adult Drug Court provides treatment to individuals who are referred by the court system, usually those who have a drug-related felony charge and who are on Probation. OPTIONS is a collaboration between AODP, Mendocino County Superior Courts, the Mendocino County Probation Department, and other treatment providers.This program offers treatment services similar to those of other AODP programs. The program is geared to provide treatment for 18 or more months. Treatment for this program is free though CMSP and Medi-Cal are billed. The program is offered in Ukiah. 707-472-2637
- Family Dependency Drug Court (FDDC)
- FDDC is a grant funded program, (from the federal Administration of Children, Families and Youth). The program is a collaboration between the Mendocino County Superior Court's Juvenile Division, HHSA's Child Welfare Services and AODP. It provides treatment for parents who are referred by Child Welfare. Residential treatment at several programs is available for some FDDC parents. Transitional housing is available at Ford Street for some FDDC parents. Program services are free, though CMSP and Medi-Cal are billed.The program is offered in Ukiah. 707-472-2637
- AT HOME
- AT HOME is a grant funded program, (from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration, SAMHSA). The program is a collaboration HHSA's Social Services, AODP, the Ukiah Community Center, the Coast Community Clinic and contracted therapists. This program provides a variety of services for people who are homeless (check with us about the definition of homelessness for this program - a person does not have to live on the street) and who have mental health issues and substance use disorder. The program free to participants, though CMSP and Medi-Cal are billed. The program is currently funded through September 30, 3013 and is based in Ukiah and Fort Bragg. 707-473-2637/707-964-4747
- Emergency Response Team (ERT)
- The Emergency Response Team is a collaboration between Children's Services (CPS) and AODP, with funding from the Children's System of Care. This program addresses the immediate treatment needs for families who have CPS contact and are referred to AODP. Some parents may go on to be enrolled in the FDDC program. Program funding is reviewed on an annual basis, and is free to enrolled participants; we do bill CMSP and Medi-Cal. All participants are referred through Child Welfare Services, AODP information is available at 707-472-2637.
- AB 109
- AODP provides treatment for Probation referred LocalProbation/Parole clients. CMSP and Medi-Cal are accepted as payment.
- Diversion Education Program
- Diversion Education is not, strictly speaking, a treatment program. This 14 week program of drug and alcohol education meets the legal requirements of PC 1000 (low level drug crime) and is suitable foradults who do not have substance dependence. There are specific attendance requirements and a flat fee of $500. The program is offered in Ukiah. 707-472-2637
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