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Alcohol and Drug Services (ADS)

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Alcohol and Drug Services (ADS)

If you have a Behavioral Health emergency call 911. 

To access referrals or call the Crisis Line, phone 1-888-724-7240.

ADS provides an integrated system of community-based alcohol and other drug prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery services throughout San Diego County via contracts with local service providers.

Services offered by Alcohol and Drug Services (ADS):


    ADS Core Documents




Administration and Announcements

For more information send us an email or phone 619-584-5007.

Facilities where this Service is offered:

Alcohol and Drug Administration (ADS) is responsible for oversight, planning and program development for the public alcohol and drug system of care for San Diego County. The public system is responsible for providing alcohol and drug prevention, treatment and recovery services to the residents of San Diego. Services are provided through contracts with organizational providers.



For information on the Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board, click on Network of Care


ADS Budget and Claims Technical Assistance Training

With the beginning of another fiscal year coming soon, we would like to see if any of our providers are interested in attending a Budget and Claims Technical Assistance Training. The focus of the training is to show how to fill out the various available templates, common areas that County Fiscal analysts usually review and common errors that may be found during the review. The training is expected to last an hour.

If you are interested, please send an e-mail to Lorna Amarila at If we have enough interested parties, we will set up a group training schedule. If only a few are interested, we will contact you to arrange for a one-on-one training. 

Thank you. 

Strategic Prevention Plan


For administrative information or to provide feedback about this page, send us an email or phone BHS Administration at 619-584-5007.