Substance Abuse Services Useful Information
- Develop an integrated substance abuse (community and facility) array of treatment and support elements.
- Establish quality standards and practices throughout the substance abuse treatment system.
- Improve internal and external customer communications and relationships.
- Increase education and training on current substance abuse methods when working with rural or culturally distinct populations.
- Maximize technology and resources to sustain, support, and expand the substance abuse treatment system.
- Empower the substance abuse treatment system to reduce and prevent the adverse effects of alcohol and drug abuse on individuals, families, and communities in Virginia.
- RD265 - 2012 Substance Abuse Services Council Response to Code of Virginia § 2.2-2697 (on the Legislative Services Web site)
- 2011 Substance Abuse Services Council Annual Report and Plan (on the Legislative Services Web site)
- 2011 Biennial Report on Substance Abuse Services Per Code of Virginia § 37.2-310
- 2009 Biennial Report on Substance Abuse Services per Code of Virginia § 37.2-310
- Annual Consumer Satisfaction Survey Report
- Biennial Report on Substance Abuse Services 2004 and 2005
- Creating Opportunities for People in Need of Substance Abuse Services, An Interagency Approach to Strategic Resource Development (October, 2011)
- DRAFT: Mitigating the Costs of Substance Abuse in Virginia (June 2008)
- Olmstead: Final Report of the Task Force to Develop an Olmstead Plan for Virginia
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- Dr. Dwayne Simpson: Planning for Effective Treatment Services and Implementing Change
- Co-Occurring Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorders (VASIP Web site)
- Guidance Bulletins
- Opioid (Methadone) Treatment Program Services
- Public Hearing to Receive Comments on the Annual Synar Report
- Services for People who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Late Deafened and Deaf Blind
- Substance Abuse Services Council
- VA. Faith Based Program Directory of programs that work with Substance Abuse Clients
- Virginia Responds Pamphlets (Spanish) (Help for Living with the September 11th Disaster)
- Virginia Summer Institute for Addiction Studies
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The number of members in a House may range from six to fifteen; there are houses for men, houses for women, and houses which accept women with children.
Each House represents a remarkably effective and low cost method of preventing relapse.
This was the purpose of the first Oxford House established in 1975, and this purpose is served, day by day, house after house, in each of over 1,600 houses in the United States today.
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