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Resource Directory by Specialized Services

Bay Area Services Network (BASN) 

The Bay Area Services Network Project of Alameda County provides drug and alcohol treatment to men and women who are on parole from the California Department of Corrections.  The goal of the project is to reduce recidivism, i.e., a return to custody, for parolees whose criminal behavior is linked to their substance abuse.

Driving Under the Influence, (DUI) First Offender Programs 

The first offender DUI programs provide a variety of alcohol and drug education and counseling services.  Depending upon the blood alcohol levels of the participant or the offense, i.e., “wet reckless”, the programs offer 12, 30, and 45 hours of alcohol and drug education and counseling services.  Participants are typically referred to these programs by the courts.

Driving Under the Influence, (DUI) Multiple Offender Program 

The Multiple Offender Program is an 18-month program of alcohol and drug (AOD) education and counseling services.  Referrals are typically made by the courts.  Participation is on a weekly basis.  The first phase of the program consists of 12 hours of AOD education.  This is followed with 52 hours of group counseling.  Participation in self-help groups is included as an adjunct to the program.  The last 6 months of the program consist of aftercare.  The participants maintain monthly contact with their counselor during this period.

HIV Early Intervention 

The HIV early Intervention program provides for anonymous or confidential on-site HIV testing and counseling, confidential health assessment of HIV+ persons, health education, behavior change support, psychosocial counseling services and prevention therapeutic services. Transportation is provided at some sites.

PC 1000 Drug Diversion 

The PC 1000 Drug Diversion Program is a court ordered 20-week program that provides drug and alcohol education and counseling services.  It consists of 8 weekly education sessions followed by 12 weekly group-counseling sessions.  Supplementary services, such as self-help groups, family counseling, and individual counseling, as well as drug testing, are also included.


These are services that address treatment and recovery issues specific to pregnant, postpartum and parenting women such as medical/health care needs, emotional/psychosocial issues, parenting skills education, child development information, physical and sexual abuse, relationship issues and the coordination of other ancillary services.  Berkeley Addiction Treatment Services (BATS) East Bay Community Recovery Project- Oakland

Prop. 36 

Proposition 36 (Substance Abuse and Crime Prevention Act of 2000) provides for alcohol and drug treatment as well as addressing co-occurring issues concerning mental illness, lack of job skills and literacy. Services are available to individuals arrested for non-violent drug possession whom the court system has deemed eligible and who have agreed to accept a sentence of treatment in lieu of incarceration.  All participants are formally assessed and referred to treatment by Behavioral Health Care Services staff.

TBS (Therapeutic Behavioral Services) 

Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS) are one-to-one behavioral intervention services available to some children/youth who are full-scope Medi-Cal beneficiaries.  These are short-term services used to address specific behaviors which jeopardize the child/youth's living situation.  The mental health provider is available to provide individualized one-to-one behavioral assistance and interventions to the child/youth on-site.  The child/youth must meet eligibility requirements and these services must be authorized by the BHCS, TBS Coordinator.