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Drug program moves to Second Street

The ribbon is cut; new services planned in long-awaited move

From left to right: Jeanne Riecke, Debra Bruschi, Dan Cumbra, Gary Blatnick, Debra Magana-Parsons, Nancy McClaflin, Nicole Hemmingsen, Naome Workman and AJ Meyer-Zlokovich.
From left to right: Jeanne Riecke, Debra Bruschi, Dan Cumbra, Gary Blatnick, Debra Magana-Parsons, Nancy McClaflin, Nicole Hemmingsen, Naome Workman and AJ Meyer-Zlokovich. Submitted photo
Del Norte County Department of Health & Human Services, Alcohol and Other Drug Program (AOD) announces its long-awaited move to 1279 Second St., Ste. C. The new AOD office was specifically designed to support recovery and meet regulatory and evidence-based service standards.

The staff of AOD uses an integrated and combined treatment approach focusing on Motivational Interviewing, Twelve-Step Facilitation and Cognitive Behavioral-Relapse Prevention providing assessments, group and individual counseling, information and referral, a Perinatal Program, a Drug Court Program, a Proposition-36 Program, a Co-Occurring Disorders Program and Aftercare Services.

Plans are under way to add psychoeducational and additional evidenced-based outpatient services.

AOD continues its long history of working with other community partners in promoting recovery from alcohol and drug abuse.

Del Norte County Department of Health & Human Services, Alcohol and Other Drug Program can be reached at 464-4813 during normal business hours for additional information. 

 


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