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ADAA 55 Wade Avenue Catonsville, Maryland 21228 410-402-8600 www.maryland-adaa.org Mission Committed to providing access to a quality and effective substance abuse prevention, intervention and treatment service system for the citizens of Maryland. ADAA is the Single State Agency responsible for planning, coordination and regulation of the statewide network of substance abuse prevention, intervention and treatment services. ADAA provides fiscal management and technical assistance to publicly-funded programs. ADAA serves as a resource for information about new trends in services and provides a substance abuse resource directory. Technical assistance teams include members of ADAA’s four divisions who work closely with their assigned regions to provide assistance and oversight. Regional Managers Central Region - Sue Jenkins firstname.lastname@example.org Eastern Region - Bruce Meade email@example.com Southern Region -Suzette Tucker firstname.lastname@example.org Western Region - David Ennis email@example.com Community Services Division (CSD) serves as a point of contact for developing and maintaining a comprehensive substance abuse prevention, intervention and treatment system. • The Justice Services Section (JSS) is responsible for coordinating functions related to compliance with Health General §8-505 and §8-507. Information Services Division (ISD) collects, processes, and reports statistical data on all prevention and treatment programs in the State of Maryland. Quality Assurance Division (QAD) evaluates the effectiveness of the network of funded services. Management Services Division (MSD) provides fiscal services to the substance abuse prevention and treatment network through the award and monitoring of funds allocated for the provision of addiction services throughout Maryland. County Coordinators › Each of Maryland’s twenty-four jurisdictions has identified County Coordinators for addiction Treatment and Prevention. Local Drug and Alcohol Abuse Councils › Local jurisdictions are mandated by law to have a local Drug and Alcohol Abuse Council. Level 0.5 — Early Intervention Level I — Outpatient Level I.D — Outpatient Ambulatory Detox Level I OMT — Outpatient Opioid Maintenance Therapy Level I.OMT.D — Opioid Maintenance Detox Level II.1 — Intensive Outpatient Level III.1 — Clinically Managed Low Intensity Residential Treatment Level III.3 — Clinically Managed Medium Intensity Residential Treatment Level III.5 — Clinically Managed High Intensity Residential Treatment Level III.7 — Medically Monitored Intensive Inpatient Treatment Level III.7.D — Medically Monitored Intensive Office of Education and Training for Addiction Services (OETAS) Contact OETAS at 410-402-8585 › Course Catalog and Special Training Events are on the ADAA Website SAMHSA National Treatment Facility Locator › www.findtreatment.samhsa.org ADAA Treatment Resource Locator › www.maryland-adaa.org Maryland Community Services Locator › www.mdcsl.org Maryland State Drug and Alcohol Abuse Council › www.maryland-sdaac.org Office of the Director Director – Thomas Cargiulo, Pharm.D. Deputy Director - Kathleen Rebbert-Franklin, LCSW-C Medical Director - Peter Cohen, M.D. Community Services Management Services Division Director - Eugenia Conolly Division Director - Steve Bocian Justice Services Section Chief - Grants Management Section Chief - Karen Yoke Fran Givens Information Services Quality Assurance Division Director - Lucinda Shupe Division Director - Donald Hall MIS Section Chief - Vickie Kaneko Compliance Section Chief - Ventura eGovernment/Publication Section McLee Chief - Deborah Green Tobacco Retailer Compliance Computer Management Section Section Chief - Bonita Ciurca Chief -Chad Basham OETAS Director - Linda Oney
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