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									Alcohol & Drug Program
       Overview
Santa Barbara County Alcohol & Drug Program


                           Vision
       Our vision is a community resilient to the effects
               of alcohol and other drug problems.



                 Mission Statement
 The mission of Santa Barbara County Alcohol & Drug Program
    is to seek and provide leadership in mobilizing community
        resources to reduce alcohol and other drug problems
                      in Santa Barbara County.
Who is the Alcohol & Drug Program?



           Advisory Board on        Mental Health
            Alcohol & Drug          Commission
               Problems
                                                              Prevention


 Board of                                                                  Providers
                           ADMHS                    ADP
Supervisors


                                                               Treatment




                               Individuals, Families & Communities


 ADMHS, July 2001
Who Is the Alcohol & Drug Program?

    A County Agency

    A division of Alcohol, Drug & Mental Health
    Services (ADMHS)

    Staff = 25.7 (FY 02-03)

    Contract Agencies = 36 (FY 02-03)

    Contracts = 50 (FY 02-03)

    Projects = 121 (FY 02-03)
     (28-prevention; 93-treatment)
What does the Alcohol & Drug Program do?



     • Coordinates services countywide
     • Manages federal, state and
       local funds
     • Contracts for services with local
       agencies and monitors their
       performance
     • Helps local neighborhoods and
       communities respond to
       alcohol and drug problems
Core Functions (H&SC 11800/11963):



      • Needs Assessment & Planning
      • Recommendation of Services
      • Management of Funds
      • Technical Assistance
      • Coordination of Services
      • Program Development
      • Provider Accountability
How does the Alcohol & Drug Program Operate?



                                               Washington DC
                                            Substance Abuse Mental Health
         Sacramento                            Services Administration
   State Alcohol & Drug Program               Roughly 47% of ADP’s Budget
     Roughly 19% of ADP’s Budget                  comes from SAMHSA
      comes from the State ADP




                                                    Santa Barbara
 Community Agencies                          County Alcohol, Drug & Mental Health
     in Lompoc, Santa Maria &                  Services Alcohol & Drug Program
           Santa Barbara                      Roughly 1% of ADP’s Budget comes from
                                                       Santa Barbara County
   Roughly 33% of ADP’s Budget comes
  from other sources, such as DUI & PC
 1000 fees collected from clients seen at
           community agencies
Alcohol & Drug Program Services


                                                     Prevention
                                                     • Policy Based Community Coalitions
                                                     • Community Education
                                                     • Youth Leadership & Alternatives
                                                     • GIS-based Data Collection
                                                     Secondary Prevention
                                                     • Mentoring
                                                     • School-based Counseling
                                                     Treatment
                                                     • Standardized Assessments
                                                     • DUI Programs
                                                     • Youth & Family Centers
                                                     • Perinatal Treatment
                                                     • Adult Outpatient Treatment
                                                     • Multiple Diagnosis Services
                                                     • Detox Services
                                                     • Residential/Supportive Housing
                                                     • Treatment Courts
ADMHS April 2001   * Not all services in all areas   • Narcotic Treatment Programs
                                                     • Prop 36
Bridging the Demand for ADP Services
from Local Systems of Care




        Criminal Justice
                                             Mental Health


                               ADP




                                            Public Education
        Public Health
                                                  K-12


                           Public Welfare
ADP’s Annual Costs


                                                                                                                $11,477,199

                                                                                                $8,240,729

                                                                             $6,264,177
    $5,593,997

                        $4,893,028                             $5,270,965

                                            $4,856,212


               6                 7                8                9                 0                1              2
            -9                -9               -9               -9                -0               -0             -0
         95                96               97               98                99               00             01
    FY                FY               FY               FY                FY               FY             FY


Alcohol Drug & Mental Health Services, June 2002                                                                         Source: State ADP Budget
*As of FY 00-01, figures reflect a 15 month allocation vs.. a 12 month allocation for prior years.
 Administration & Services


$8,000,000                                                     3%
                                                                          Service Staff
$7,000,000
                     6%                     6%                            Admin Staff
                                                      10%
$6,000,000
                           11%      7%
                                                    10%
$5,000,000

$4,000,000

$3,000,000                                                   87%         Services
                   94%                     94%
$2,000,000                 89%     93%             90%
$1,000,000

        $0
                  95-96   96-97   97-98   98-99   99-00     00-01



ADMHS, May 2002                                                     Source: State ADP Budget
Contracted Allocation by Region

                                                         FY 00-01

        Santa Barbara                                                                         Lompoc
                  41%                                                                          20%




                                                                                        39%
                                                                                     Santa Maria

ADMHS, June 2002                                                                                   Source: ADP Budget
Population: Santa Barbara Region: 52%; Lompoc Region: 21%; Santa Maria Region: 27%
 Expenses by Modality




                                                                                                                                   Treatment


                  86%             84%            85%             90%              84%             76%                              Secondary
                                                                                                                                   Prevention
                                                                                                                                   Prevention
                   0%              0%             2%                                             13%
                                                                   3%             9%
                  14%             16%            13%                                             11%
                                                                   8%             7%
                95-96           96-97 97-98 98-99                              99-00 00-01
ADMHS, June 2002                                                                                                                 Source: State ADP Budget
* Note FY’s 95-97, Secondary Prevention was categorized under Primary Prevention. Revenue reflected here represents contracted revenue only, not total revenue.
Number of Clients in Treatment


  3500                                                 3219
              2853
  3000                                        2703
  2500                2179
                              2080
  2000
                                      1410
  1500
  1000
    500
        0
              95-96   96-97   97-98   98-99   99-00   00-01


 CADDS Data
Gender


 3500

 3000

 2500                                                  56%
               41%
                                               41%
 2000
                      41%                                                Female
                              45%
 1500                                                                    Male
                                      44%
 1000          59%                                     44%
                                               59%
                      59%     55%
  500                                 56%

      0
            95-96    96-97   97-98   98-99   99-00   00-01


ADMHS, April 2001                                            Source: State ADP CADDS
  Ethnicity


3500


3000                                                           3.7%              Other

          4.8%
                                                       4.3%                      Asian/ PI
2500
                                                               45.3%
                                                                                 American
2000      37.8%        5.5%
                                                                                 Indian
                                4.1%                   40.4%
                                                                                 Black
1500                   38.3%    37.3%
                                        5.3%                                     Hispanic

1000                                           38.9%                             White
          53.4%                                                48.1%
                                                       51.5%
 500                    52.9%   55.2%
                                               51.9%

   0
         95-96         96-97    97-98          98-99   99-00   00-01




   ADMHS, April 2001                                                   Source: State ADP CADDS
 Source of Referrals



100%
             12%     16%     11%     17%
90%
                                               Other Referral
80%
70%          35%
                     35%     45%
60%                                  45%       Criminal Justice
50%
40%
                                               Individual
30%
             53%     49%
20%                          44%     38%
10%
 0%
             97-98   98-99   99-00   00-01


 ADMHS, April 2001                           Source: State ADP CADDS
SACPA/Prop 36 Treatment Services
as of May 31, 2002




                                       20%




                                             25%

                           55%




                     Santa Barbara   Santa Maria   Lompoc
Increase in Projects &
Inter-Departmental Linkages


 ADP has seen a 34% increase in the number of funded projects
  between FY 01-02 and proposed for FY 02-03


 ADP has emphasized improved linkages within ADMHS and with
  other County and Public Sector Partners:

   ADMHS Service Integration
        Integration Plan in progress
        Increased capacity for serving wide-range of county residents with
         co-occurring mental health and alcohol & drug problems
Increase in Projects &
Inter-Departmental Linkages

  Criminal Justice System and Law Enforcement
      Treatment Courts – Adult, Juvenile, SACPA
      Treatment Services to Los Prietos Boys Camp, Challenge II (New Vistas)
      GIS Tracking of AOD Incidents with SBPD, Lompoc PD, SM PD & Sheriffs
       Department


  Public Health
      HIV/AIDS Interventions, TB Screenings, Hep C Education and Screening
      Tobacco Cessation

  Social Services*
      CALWorks, Assessments for Child Welfare Services (Proposed)
Alcohol & Drug Program Gaps


• Expand Detox Services                           • Develop Community Leadership in
                                                    Prevention Activities
• Expand Residential Services
                                                  • Expand Cultural Competency within
• Design Services for Seniors                       Programs
• Increase Access to Publicly Funded Child-Care   • Expand Tobacco Cessation
• Expand Services in all Areas of the County        Approaches in Treatment

• Expand Services to the Mentally Ill             • Offer Post-Treatment (Aftercare)
                                                    Services
• Prevent HEP C and Other Communicable
  Diseases Related to Alcohol & Other Drug Use    • Develop Case Management

• Develop Counselor & Prevention Worker           • Develop Policies to Prevent Alcohol
  Training Programs                                 Outlet Concentration

• Engage County Residents Before They Get         • Reduce Underage Drinking
  Arrested                                        • Invest in Prevention Equally


ADMHS, July 2001                                                             Source: ADP Staff

								
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