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The California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs assists the public by coordinating services with county health departments to prevent alcohol and drug abuse. When individuals call in for advice or assistance, they are referred to their local county health department for a treatment center location relative to their income, insurance, and type of treatment. The department also licenses and certifies treatment centers through a careful application process. The ADP has a treatment center directory for patient referral, as well as a resource center with free publications and videos, but requests for on-site presentations must be made through county health departments.


Department of Healthcare Services

1501 Capitol Avenue

Sacramento, CA 95814

(800)879-2772

(877)685-8333 Complaint

https://www.dhcs.ca.gov/provgovpart/Pages/Licensing-and-Certification-Facility-Licensing.aspx


America Online and Similar Computer On-Line Services

National Fraud Information Phone Number (202) 835-3323


The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is a national organization with an affiliate office in each state. The ACLU is a non-profit organization that is mandated to protect the civil rights and liberties as defined in the "Bill of Rights" in the Constitution of the United States. The ACLU will investigate discrimination, harassment or violation of rights of the elderly, minors, minorities and gender-based or racial issues as well as sexual orientation issues. Individuals can write or call the ACLU for instructions on how to make a personal consultation appointment with an ACLU counselor.


ACLU Northern CA Intake Line

39 Drumm Street

San Francisco, CA 94111

(415)621-2493

(877)685-8333 Complaint

www.aclunc.org


ACLU San Diego Intake Line

www.aclusandiego.org