Substance Abuse Services - Resources

This is a list of frequently requested substance abuse services resources from the Division of Care and Treatment Services (DCTS).

April is Alcohol Awareness Month

If you drink alcohol, take time this month to look at your drinking habits and how they may affect your health. Support is available for those who want to stop drinking or reduce their use. Call 1-800-662-HELP or visit the DHS online healthy living resources library for more information.


Client Rights Office

Communicable Disease Screening Requirements

Community Substance Abuse Services

DCTS Memos

Intoxicated Driver Program

Reports and Publications

Priority Treatment Posters

Agencies receiving Substance Abuse Block Grant funds must give pregnant women priority in treatment admissions. Use one or all of these posters to inform clients of this rule. Provide agency contact information in the spaces provided before printing.

Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)

State Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse

Substance Abuse Prevention Services Information System (SAP-SIS)

All counties, tribes, and state grantees that provide substance abuse prevention services through the use of Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant funds are required to use Substance Abuse Prevention Services Information System to report fiscal, program, and user data.  Data collected through SAP-SIS is used by the Department of Health Services to fulfill annual federal reporting requirements

Training Resources and Opportunities


For contact information for DCTS substance abuse services staff and programs, please use this directory. DCTS also maintains a list of frequently requested mental health services resources.

To find a DHS form or publication related to substance abuse services, search the DHS Forms Library or the DHS Publications Library.

Last Revised: April 3, 2017