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Department of Health Services

Behavioral Health Division

Substance Use Disorder Treatment Adults

Behavioral Health partners with community-based agencies under contract to provide addiction treatment services, and provides oversight, training, quality assurance and site monitoring for these programs.

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Detox Services

Turning Point

Contracted through Drug Abuse Alternatives Center (DAAC), the Turning Point Orenda Detox Program is a 3-5 day non-medical detoxification program where adults under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs can safely withdraw from the ill effects of intoxification.

Trained staff specializing in alcohol and drug detoxification, relapse prevention and assessment, and referrals support the program. Clients are assisted through the detoxification process with rest, proper diet and education about the disease of addiction.

The program offers:

  • 24-hour support
  • Alcohol/drug education
  • Relapse prevention education

During the detoxification process, every effort is made to engage clients in longer-term treatment to promote recovery from alcoholism and addiction.

The program operates 24 hours per day, seven days per week. 

(707) 565-7460

Drug Free Babies

A collaborative case management program for pregnant and delivering women, designed to reduce the negative impact of prenatal tobacco, alcohol and other drug exposure.

2255 Challenger Way, Suite 107      
Santa Rosa, CA 95407
(707) 565-7464

Program webpage

Addiction Treatment

Behavioral Health partners with community-based agencies under contract to provide addiction treatment services, and provides oversight, training, quality assurance and site monitoring for these programs. 

Drug Abuse Alternatives Center
Co-ed outpatient treatment for adults and adolescents; narcotic replacement therapy; perinatal day treatment; long-term and short-term co-ed residential treatment, detoxification services.

Santa Rosa Treatment Program
Narcotic Replacement Therapy (such as methadone).

Sonoma County Indian Health Project
Co-ed outpatient treatment for referred Native Americans.

Women's Recovery Services
Long term residential treatment for women, including women with children.

Embedded Programs

These programs operate within community partner programs or within other county services.

Alcohol and Drug (AOD) Problem Assessment Program

Assessment program for persons dismissed from the Multiple Offender Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Program for the first time for a reason other than non-payment. The Court may also order any person convicted of a DUI to the program. 

Driving Under the Influence Program

To enroll in the Driving Under the Influence program you must first attend a one-hour orientation meeting within 21 days of your DUI court conviction date.

Program webpage

DUI Compliance Court

DUI Compliance Court is a program for multiple DUI offenders. Through collaboration between the courts and community treatment providers, clients are provided case management and compliance services and alcohol and other drug education in outpatient and residential settings. 

Drug Court

A minimum nine-month program based on intensive outpatient and residential community treatment services and frequent court supervision designed to support voluntary, positive behavioral change. The Drug Court Program provides the opportunity to form a unique partnership between the criminal justice system, the drug treatment community, and the offender.

Drug Testing - PassPoint

Random pupil scanned drug screenings (PassPoint) services for individuals enrolled in Sonoma County case management programs. Urinalysis testing is done for community AOD contract providers, and other court referrals as well as individuals with positive PassPoint screens. Testing analysis is done through Redwood Toxicology.

Testing instructions: (707) 565-7470


SonomaWORKS AODS counselors work at the Human Services Employment and Training Services Division to provide screening, assessment, and case management as part of the welfare to work team process. We contract with specific treatment agencies to provide necessary services to eligible clients with alcohol and drug problems that are barriers to employment.

Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities (TASC)

Provides advocacy, case management, assessment and treatment placement and supervision services for adults currently involved in the criminal justice system and who are ready to participate in treatment.