Substance Use Services

Substance Use Disorders Services through Partnership Health Plan:

Starting July 1, 2020, Solano County contracts with Partnership Health Plan of California to offer the Medi-Cal ODS Waiver through the State Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) to provide services to Drug Medi-Cal/Medicare eligibles who meet “medical necessity”, meaning:

  • The individual has an included substance use diagnosis which is serious in nature;
  • The individual demonstrates a significant impairment in spheres of functioning (self, home, work/school, peer);
  • The intervention/treatment provided will be focused on the substance use condition, and treatment is expected to correct or improve the condition and the individual would not be better served by physical healthcare provider/s

The Department of Health Care Services Drug Medi-Cal Organized Delivery System (ODS) Waiver Implementation Plan for Regional Model encompasses 7 counties: Humboldt, Lassen, Mendocino, Modoc, Shasta, Siskiyou, & Solano. There will be a a new array of providers and expanded services through Partnership's new Wellness and Recovery Program- more information here

New Brochure

Anyone seeking SUD services can call Beacon directly at 1-855-765-9703

or our BH Access Line, who will continue to screen for both mental health and substance use: 1-800-547-0495

Community Partners:

Solano BH collaborates with Drug Safe Solano which brings together a motivated multidisciplinary team to address opioid addiction issues in our community. Strategies are currently in development to improve opioid addiction, prevention, safety, and treatment efforts.

Furthermore, DSS is a member of the Expanding Medication-Assisted Treatment in the Jails Learning Collaborative that started in August 2018. Members of the collaborative include the Sheriff’s office, the courts, probation, Drug Safe Solano and the County Administrators office.


For a list of local
Narcotics Anonymous or Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings,
please call the 24 hour hotline

National training, data, & research links:


ASAM criteria 

American Addiction Centers- courses on Co-Occurring Disorders

National Institute on Drug Abuse

William L. White Papers - Professional research and Advocacy

The Change Companies - Training materials

SAMHSA - Recovery Month and
information on the misuse of alcohol and other drugs

Transtheoretical Stages of Change Model

What causes addiction? Easy, right?
Drugs cause addiction.
But maybe it is not that simple.