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Welcome to Whatís New at ADP! We would like to fill you in on all updated news here at the Department; whether itís new events or legislation, reports or programs, we want you to know about it! Take a look and if you have any questions, contact us at askadp@adp.ca.gov.

County Monitoring Annual Report FY 2011-2012
2012 Needs Assessment Report
ADP RFP 12-02 CalOMS Pv

You are invited to review and respond to this Request for Proposal (RFP) entitled ďCalifornia Outcome Measurement Service for Prevention (CalOMS Pv).Ē The RFPís objective is to solicit proposals from vendors who can provide the Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs (ADP) with a service that collects alcohol and drug (AOD) prevention data to meet federal and state requirements. In submitting your proposal, you must comply with the instructions in this RFP.

ADP - Draft 2013 Synar Report (PDF)

ADP has completed a draft for review of the 2013 Synar Report. The draft is available on our Grants & Funding page and we invite you to provide input by September 24, 2012.

Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant (SPF SIG)

Twelve communities from eleven counties have been selected to participate in this pilot program to provide data-driven planning and research-based programming. The focus of this program is the prevention and reduction of underage and excessive drinking, targeting individuals between the ages of 12 Ė 25 years.

County Monitoring Annual Report FY 2010-2011

The County Monitoring Annual Report is produced at the completion of the monitoring fiscal year to inform state and local administrators on statewide compliance and programmatic issues, and serves as a basis for continuous quality improvement efforts. The data contained in this report is acquired directly from County Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Program Administrators and other county staff, and aggregated provides a snapshot of the AOD service system statewide in specific areas.

FY 2012-13 Governor's Budget Summary
Questions and Answers Related To Processing Drug Medi-Cal Claims For Clients Who Have Other Health Coverage

ADP Bulletin #11-01 regarding the Drug Medi-Cal (DMC) claim process for clients who have Other Health Coverage (OHC) was issued January 13, 2011. This Q&A provides responses to questions raised regarding the processing of Drug Medi-Cal claims for clients who have other health coverage.

Health Care Reform Relating To Substance Use Disorder Services

ADPís new Health Care Reform Web site provides information that will prepare the alcohol and other drug field for the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Actís (ACA) impact on Californiaís substance use disorder (SUD) services. As perhaps the most significant legislation affecting the SUD field, ACA's public and private insurance expansion presents several opportunities to serve new clients with untreated SUDs, increase prevention efforts, improve service quality and health outcomes, and reduce overall health care costs. The ADP Health Care Reform website also includes resources from existing federal, state and credible private organizations covering the ACA.

California Prevention Field Core Competencies

With respect to workforce development, the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs (ADP) has been moving toward procedures to ensure minimum standards of practice for persons in professional careers in substance abuse treatment and prevention. This document introduces ADPís intentions to support core competencies for prevention.

Toll Free Complaint Number and Provider Responsibility to Report Counselor Misconduct Letter

ADP has established a new toll free number for reporting complaints. Providers are encouraged to update all documents, such as admission agreements, posted signs, personal rights flyers, Web sites, or other means utilized to make the toll free number available. That toll free number is:

Toll Free Complaint Number: (877) 685-8333