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San Mateo County Substance Use Disorder Treatment Plan Approved First in the State

Soon, San Mateo County residents who are low income and struggle with substance use will have more places to go for help. Last month, San Mateo County became the first county in the state to receive approval from the California Department of Health Care Services and Federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to create a local Drug MediCal Organized Delivery System (DMC-ODS) program.

Today, people with substance use disorders with Medi-Cal health coverage have limited treatment options available. Once the DMC-ODS program is implemented later this year, residents will have greater access to a wider range of high-quality services. San Mateo County Health System’s Behavioral Health and Recovery Services (BHRS) will be able to provide more substance use disorder treatment and recovery services at the right time and place, and better meet the unique needs of our county’s residents.

“When people have better access to comprehensive substance use treatment, the path toward recovery improves substantially,” said Stephen Kaplan, Director of San Mateo County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services. “DMC-ODS will help close the gaps in our treatment and recovery system and remove barriers that can discourage people from getting the help they need. When access to care improves so does the quality of life for those we serve.” Read more.

 


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