Public Hearing Announcement!!!!

Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services   December 15, 2016 – 9 a.m.  Public Hearing   Jefferson Building, 1220 Bank Street, 2nd Floor Conference Room, Richmond Virginia, 23219.  (Interpreter for the deaf provided upon request)   A public hearing to receive comments on the Synar Annual Report for the Virginia Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment…

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CARS Report

I apologize for any inconvenience caused but there was a glitch in the code that generated the FY16 SA units. I have created a new report called “CARS Report – New”. You can use that report to run your totals for FY16 (July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016). You may have to click the…

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Data Entry Plan Meetings

Good Morning Prevention Directors,   As we’ve discussed, the responsibilities of assisting you with the development and monitoring of your data entry plans is shifting from the OMNI team to our team here at DBHDS. We need to schedule a time a with each of you to finalize and approving your plans for FY 2017….

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Like us on Facebook!!!!!!

That’s right!!! We are now on facebook!!!!!  Please click on the picture above or click here to go to our new facebook page and click the “Like” button. If your prevention department or coalition has their own facebook page: Please let us know by putting the link to your page in the comments below.  Tag us…

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2016 ETO Changes Update!

Good afternoon, CSBs!   As we have assessed DBHDS’ reporting needs and received feedback from CSBs, we have made a few additional updates to ETO for FY16-17 that are outlined below.  We anticipate that these changes will: Streamline processes and data entry for many ongoing efforts recorded by CSBs Facilitate data to be reported by…

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Southwest Virginia ASAC Coalition Partnership For Success Grant Kick is a Huge Success!

Over 90 community individuals from 10 counties gathered Aug 26th for a luncheon at the Inn At Wise celebrating the ASAC: Appalachian Substance Abuse Coalition’s Partnership for Success Grant kick off.! Commitments were made from partners across the region to prevent the prescription drug problem.Thanks to all these great prevention specialists, coalition folks and new regional partners… Commonwealth’s Attorneys Seth Baker, Chuck Slemp, and Gerald Arrington and Delegate Todd Pillion . We appreciate your support!

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