Parolee Service Network (PSN)
Note: The Substance Use Disorder Services Divisions are currently updating these web pages in an effort to enhance and streamline the information available through this website. We are currently under construction and therefore all content and/or links may not be currently available.
In collaboration with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR), The Department of Health Care Services (DHCS), Sustance Use Disorder Compliance Division, oversees the operations of the Parolee Services Network (PSN).
The PSN provides community alcohol and drug treatment and recovery services to parolees in 17 counties statewide. Programs provide up to 180 days of treatment and recovery services. The benefits of the program include the following:
- Places parolees in appropriate alcohol and other drug treatment and recovery programs either from the community parole systems or immediately upon release from prison custody.
- Improves parolee outcomes as evidenced by fewer drug-related revocations and related criminal violations.
- Supports parolee reintegration into society by encouraging a clean and sober lifestyle.
- Reduces State General Fund costs for incarceration and parole supervision.
Effective with the passage of the 2013-2014 Budget Act and associated legislation, the Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs (ADP) no longer exists as of July 1, 2013. All ADP programs and staff, except the Office of Problem Gambling, transferred to the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS).
Some web content available through links below may reference ADP and/or direct you to content from the former ADP website. DHCS is currently working to update all web content.