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Alcohol and Drug Services The Mississippi Department of Mental Health administers the public system of alcohol and drug use prevention and treatment services in Mississippi through the Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Services.
These services are provided through a statewide network, which includes state-operated facilities, regional community mental health centers, and other nonprofit community-based programs.
The Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Services is responsible for establishing, maintaining, monitoring and evaluating a statewide system of alcohol and drug use services, including prevention, treatment and rehabilitation. The Bureau has designed a system of services for alcohol and drug use prevention and treatment reflecting its philosophy that alcohol and drug use is a treatable and preventable illness.
The goal of this system is to provide a continuum of community-based, accessible services. The Bureau is committed to quality care, cost-effective services, and the health and welfare of individuals through the reduction of alcohol and other drug use.
Please click here for the current version of the Alcohol and Drug Services Resource Directory A variety of outpatient and community-based residential alcohol and drug use prevention and treatment services are provided by Community Mental Health Centers CMHC.
Most CMHCs provide the following substance use services: In addition, some centers offer day treatment and specialized services for children and adolescents, elderly persons, and women. Preference is given to pregnant women at all DMH certified programs.
Individuals may enter the hospital via a voluntary or involuntary commitment. An EAP is typically a voluntary, confidential service which provides referrals to professional services designed to help employees with personal issues before they reach a critical point.
In addition EAPs provide a positive and proactive management tool to employers as an alternative to other actions such as firing employees and allows managers to assist employees exhibiting declining job performance to return to a more acceptable level of productivity. In Senate Billthe MS Legislature charged the Department of Mental Health to consult with and provide technical assistance to other state agencies or concerned parties interested in establishing their own employee assistance programs.
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