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The [http://www.dhcs.ca.gov/individuals/pages/sud-services.aspx &#39;&#39;&#39;California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs (DHCS)&#39;&#39;&#39;]  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.
  
<p>There are '''94 federal judicial districts''' that handle bankruptcy matters, and in almost all districts, bankruptcy cases are filed in the bankruptcy court. Bankruptcy cases cannot be filed in state court. Bankruptcy laws help people who can no longer pay their cerditors, get a fresh start by liquidating their assets to pay their debts, or by creating a repayment plan.</p><br>
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&#39;&#39;&#39;Department of Healthcare Services&#39;&#39;&#39;
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1501 Capitol Avenue
<p>Bankruptcy laws also protect troubled businesses and provide for orderly distributions to businesses and provide for orderly distributions to business cerditors through reorganization or liquidation. These procedures are covered under '''Title 11 of the United States Code (the Bankruptcy Code)'''. The vast majority of cases are filed under the three main chapters of the Bankruptcy Code, which are '''Chapter 7''' - Liquidation Under the Bankruptcy Code, Chapter 11 - Reorganization Under the Bankruptcy Code, and '''Chapter 13''' - Individual Debt Adjustment.</p><br>
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Sacramento, CA 95814
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(800)879-2772
<p>To report suspected bankruptcy fraud, please prepare a written summary that contains the following information:</p><br>
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(877)685-8333 Complaint
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'''REQUESTED INFORMATION:'''<br>
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* Name and address of the person or business you are reporting<br>
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* The name of the bankruptcy case, case number and the location of where the case was filed<br>
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* Any identifying information you may have regarding the individual or the business<br>
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* A brief description of the alleged fraud, including how you became aware of the fraud and when the fraud took place. Please include all<br>
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* Identify the type of asset that was concealed and its estimated dollar value, or the amount of any unreported income, undervalued asset, or other omitted asset or claim<br>
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* Your name, address, telephone number and email address. You are not required to identify yourself, though it is often helpful to do so if questions arise<br>
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<p>The likelihood of further investigation and possible criminal prosecution is increased for those matters where supporting documentation and specific factual information are provided. Any information by the United States Trustee Program is authorized by 28 U. S. C. section 586.</p><br>
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'''You can send this information via email to:'''<br>
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USTP.Bankruptcy.Fraud@usdoj.gov<br>
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'''or by mail to:'''<br>
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'''Executive Office for U. S. Trustees'''<br>
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Criminal Enforcement Unit<br>
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20 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 8000<br>
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Washington, DC 20530<br>
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<p> Matters may also be referred directly to the local office of the United States Trustee.</p><br>
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<p>Some individuals prefer to file for bankruptcy without legal assistance; however, the process is very complicated and individuals may need the advice of an attorney. There are many "how to" books and Internet Web sites available to consumers.</p><br>
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<p>In the case of a '''Chapter 7''' filing (called a "straight bankruptcy"), the debtor gives up any property that is not exempt, and is released from many kinds of debts, but not all debts. Examples of debts that are not eliminated are taxes, fines, alimony, child support, debts procured through fraud, debts from willful and malicious injury, and certain government-guaranteed student loans. If a debt is secured by the debtor's property (e.g., a car), the creditor can take the property if the debt isn't paid. Many kinds of property are exempt and don't have to be given up. Examples include the equity in the debtor's business (up to a certain amount) and the tools of the debtor's trade.</p><br>
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<p>A '''Chapter 7''' trustee identifies the debtor's non-exempt property, and then makes a pro rata distribution of that property to qualified creditors who submit proofs of claim to the trustee. The trustee also considers whether there are fraudulent transfers that can be recovered from which creditors can be paid.</p><br>
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<p>In the case of a '''Chapter 13''' filing, debtors will pay a percentage of the debt owed to clear their credit over a period of several years pursuant to a court-approved payment plan. A Chapter 13 trustee reviews the debtor's arrangement with the federal bankruptcy court and gathers and distributes payments made by the debtor. A court order prevents creditors and debt collectors from suing.</p><br>
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'''US TRUSTEE PROGRAM – CALIFORNIA'''<br>
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'''TIFFANY CARROLL, ACTING UNITED STATES TRUSTEE (REGION 15)'''<br>
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402 WEST BROADWAY, SUITE 600<br> 
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SAN DIEGO, CA 92101-8511<br> 
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619-557-5013<br> 
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619-557-5339 (fax)<br> 
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'''PETER ANDERSON, UNITED STATES TRUSTEE (REGION 16)'''<br> 
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725 S. FIGUEROA STREET, SUITE 2600<br>
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LOS ANGELES, CA 90017<br>
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213-894-6811<br> 
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213-894-2603 (fax)<br>
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'''L. CHARMAYNE MILLS, ASSISTANT U.S. TRUSTEE'''<br> 
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725 SOUTH FIGUEROA STREET, SUITE 2600<br>
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LOS ANGELES, CA 90017<br>
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213-894-6811<br>
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213-894-2603 (fax)<br>
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'''JILL STURTEVENT, ASSISTANT U.S. TRUSTEE'''<br> 
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725 SOUTH FIGUEROA STREET, SUITE 2600<br>
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LOS ANGELES, CA 90017<br>
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213-894-6811<br>
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213-894-2603 (fax)<br>
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'''FRANK CADIGAN, ASSISTANT U.S. TRUSTEE'''<br> 
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411 W. FOURTH STREET, SUITE 9041<br> 
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SANTA ANA, CA 92701-8000<br> 
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714-338-3400<br> 
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714-338-3421 (fax)<br>
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'''United States Federal Courthouses by county:'''
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'''Alpine, Amador, Butte, Colusa, El Dorado, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Mono, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Solano, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Yolo, and Yuba:'''<br> 
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501 I Street Suite 4-200<br> 
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Sacramento, CA 95814<br> 
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(916) 930-4000<br> 
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[http://www.uscourts.gov/ '''www.uscourts.gov''']<br>
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'''San Francisco and San Mateo:'''<br>
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235 Pine Street, 19th Floor<br>
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San Francisco, CA 94104<br>
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(415) 268-2300 ext. 0<br>
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[http://www.canb.uscourts.gov/ '''www.canb.uscourts.gov''']<br>
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'''Monterey, San Benito, Santa Clara, and Santa Cruz:'''<br>
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States Courthouse<br>
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280 South 1st Street, Room 3035<br>
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San Jose, CA 95113-3099<br>
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(408) 535-5118<br>
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'''Alameda and Contra Costa:'''<br>
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1300 Clay Street<br>
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Oakland, CA 94612<br>
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(510) 879-3600<br>
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'''Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, Marin, Mendocino, Napa, and Sonoma:'''<br>
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99 South E Street<br>
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Santa Rosa, CA 95404<br>
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(707) 525-8539<br>
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'''Los Angeles:'''<br>
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'''Edward R. Roybal Federal Building and Courthouse'''<br>
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255 East Temple Street<br>
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Los Angeles, CA 90012<br>
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(213) 894-3118 - Recording explains how to file, the fees for specific petitions, status
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of cases, and emergency petition formation.<br>
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'''Santa Barbara:'''<br>
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1415 State Street<br>
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Santa Barbara, CA 93101-2511<br>
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(804) 884-4800<br>
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'''Orange:'''<br>
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'''Ronald Reagan Federal Building and United States Courthouse'''<br>
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411 West 4th Street<br>
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Santa Ana, CA 92701-4593<br>
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(714) 338-5300<br>
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'''San Fernando Valley:'''<br>
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21041 Burbank Boulevard<br>
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Woodland Hills, CA 91367<br>
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(818) 587-2900<br>
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&#39;&#39;&#39;America Online and Similar Computer On-Line Services&#39;&#39;&#39;
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National Fraud Information Phone Number  (202)835-3323       
  
'''Riverside and San Bernardino:'''<br>
 
3420 12th Street, Suite 125<br>
 
Riverside, CA 92501<br>
 
(909) 774-1000<br>
 
  
  
'''Imperial and San Diego:'''<br>
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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 &#34;Bill of Rights&#34; 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.
'''Jacob Weinberger U.S. Courthouse'''<br>
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325 West F Street<br>
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San Diego, CA 92101-6017<br>
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(619) 557-5620 Ext. 0<br>
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[http://www.casb.uscourts.gov/ '''www.casb.uscourts.gov''']<br>
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39 Drumm Street
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San Francisco, CA 94111
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(415)621-2493
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(877)685-8333 Complaint
  
<p>'''Department Publications:''' None</p>
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[http://www.aclunc.org &#39;&#39;&#39;www.aclunc.org&#39;&#39;&#39;]
<p>'''Other Publications:''' None</p> 
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<p>'''See Also:''' United States Code, Title 11, Sections 101 through 1331</p> 
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<p>'''Other Referrals:''' [http://www.uscourts.gov/ '''www.uscourts.gov''']                 [http://www.supremecourtus.gov/ '''www.supremecourtus.gov''']</p><br>
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[http://www.aclusandiego.org &#39;&#39;&#39;www.aclusandiego.org&#39;&#39;&#39;]
  
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735-Other State Agencies

ALCOHOL AND DRUG PROGRAMS


The '''California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs (DHCS)''' 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

'''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 San Francisco 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'''

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