Effective with the passage of the 2013-2014 Budget Act and associated legislation, the Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs (ADP) no longer exists as of July 1, 2013. All ADP programs and staff, except the Office of Problem Gambling, transferred to the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS). Please visit the DHCS website. Read more...
The Office of Criminal Justice Collaboration (OCJC) provides primary administrative management of criminal justice-related programs, each of which requires collaboration between the criminal justice system and various state and local agencies. [ Fact Sheet ] [ Success Stories ]
The Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, through the Driving-Under-the-Influence (DUI) Program Branch within the Office of Criminal Justice Collaboration, licenses and performs compliance monitoring on all DUI programs in California. These programs are designed to reduce the number of repeat DUI offenses and provide participants an opportunity to address problems related to the use of alcohol and/or other drugs. [ Fact Sheet ] [ Success Stories ]
Parolee Services Network (PSN)
The Parolee Services Network provides community alcohol and drug treatment and recovery services to parolees either from the community parole systems or immediately upon release from prison custody. The program operates in 17 counties statewide and provides up to 180 days of alcohol or other drug treatment and recovery services. [ Fact Sheet ] [ Success Stories ]
The Female Offender Treatment Project (FOTP) provides residential and outpatient alcohol and drug treatment and recovery services to female parolees in four counties. FOTP programs provide up to six months (180 days) of alcohol and drug treatment services to each participant. [ Fact Sheet ] [ Success Stories ]
Drug Court Programs (DCP, CDCI, DDC)
Effective July 1, 2011, administration of Drug Court Programs was realigned from ADP to the counties. ADP will continue to provide technical assistance to counties regarding Drug Court issues.
State Funding Discontinued: SACPA & Offender Treatment Programs
The Substance Abuse and Crime Prevention Act of 2000 (SACPA) provided drug treatment rather than incarceration for first- or second-time nonviolent adult drug offenders who use, possess, or transport illegal drugs for personal use. Funding for SACPA was eliminated effective July 1, 2009. The Offender Treatment Program (OTP) was established in Fiscal Year (FY) 2006-07 to enhance SACPA outcomes and accountability. It was continued for one additional year after the elimination of SACPA funding, receiving its final allocation in FY 2009-2010. br> br> OCJC maintains two related archival websites for reference purposes:
For additional information, individual counties which have provided SACPA or OTP services can be reached via contact information available on the County Alcohol and Drug Program Administrators of California ( CADPAAC) website.