Behavioral Health Department
ADP Women's Services
We offer comprehensive treatment services for women, both adults and adolescents. Our Women's Services programs address the special needs of women receiving treatment for substance use disorders. We offer gender-responsive, trauma-informed services for women coping with the effects of substance use, mental health diagnosis, and domestic violence. We create an environment that is based on responsiveness to the unique needs of women and parenting women with their children.
Teenage girls are vulnerable to a number of unique physical, psychological and social risk factors for drug and alcohol use. The latest findings on drug use in the United States indicates that girls are catching up with and even surpassing, boys regard to illicit drug and alcohol use.
Prevention services are designed to prevent alcohol and other drug-related community problems using environmental and community change approaches. For more information on prevention efforts, visit ADP Prevention Programs.
Services and Supports
Women's Services offers prevention, education and intervention; screening, assessment & referral; drug testing; access to detoxification referrals; joint agency collaboration with mental health services; crisis mental health emergency services; collaborative inter-agency team approach; on-site HIV testing and counseling; and residential treatment referrals.
For more information on ADP Women's Services, call (805) 981-9200.