Court - Probation Compliant - DCFS
As result of substance use and/or addiction many individuals find themselves with court issues, on probation, children taken out of the home or an open case with DCFS and required to follow certain instructions to be compliant.
The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence of San Fernando Valley, has been actively working with the legal system for over 40 years and has an established relationship, allowing the opportunity for the participants to fulfill the requirements that allow the case to be closed.
Additionally, NCADD works very close with the referring agency, adhering to all confidentiality requirements in providing complete progress report or other specific documentation as requested.
After a complete assessment, a case manager is assigned; the participant is referred to the appropriate services within NCADD that best fits their specific needs. Details and additional information for each program may be found on our website.
Court Referral - Defendants ordered to do outpatient treatment services by the court, may contact NCADD for an intake appointment. Defendants are advised to bring a copy of the minute order, given by the court, so we can help them fulfill all requirements. Defendants do not need to be court ordered and may enroll prior to the court ordered treatment. Upon completion of the intake, a complete assessment will be done, and a Treatment Plan will be developed identifying goals and objective while services are being provided. Case managers will help the client recognize action steps necessary to complete treatment, fulfill court requirements and learn to live a lifestyle free of the use of substances.
Probation - Participants referred by the probation department may call direct for an intake appointment. After a complete assessment, a case manager is assigned; the participant is referred to the appropriate services within NCADD that best fits their specific needs
- We also provide 12 step programs monitoring, under the direction of the probation Department. Participants complete a brief intake, pay a minimal fee, and every 2 weeks bring in signed attendance of meetings to NCADD to verify and reports compliance to the probation officer.
DCFS - Participants may be self-referred, referred by Social Workers, Children's Court and directly contact the program. After the intake and assessment, the case manager will be assigned in helping to assist the participant through the process of fulfilling the necessary requirements in returning home, to provide their children with a safe environment and a drug-free lifestyle.