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Maria Morfin

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Maria Morfin

Sacramento County Alcohol and Drug Services Division
administration for substance abuse services
administration for mental health services
resource allocation to combat alcohol and drug abuse
state and county programs to combat alcohol and drug abuse


Maria Morfin is the acting administrator for the Sacramento County Alcohol and Drug Services Division. She has over 25 years of experience working in the substance abuse and mental health fields. She has been with Sacramento County for nine years; before that, she worked in a variety of community-based organizations, in Napa and Solano counties, and for the state Department of Health Services. She helped develop the curriculum for the Alcohol and Drug Treatment Initiative (AODTI), a training program for staff in the departments of Children's Welfare Services, Public Health, Adult Services and Mental Health Services. She was a member of the Director's Advisory Council for the California State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs for 10 years and was co-chair of the Sacramento County Master Plan Advisory Board, which was tasked with mapping existing resources and project needs addressing alcohol and other drug issues. As acting administrator, she oversees the following projects: System of Care Central Intake Unit, Proposition 36 (Substance Abuse Crime Prevention Act), Options Perinatal Project, Dependency Drug Court, Prevention Redesign, Youth Treatment and Drug Court, Adult Drug Court, County Quality Assurance of Alcohol and Drug Treatment Providers, and CalWORKS Treatment.

7001-A East Parkway, Suite 1000
Sacramento  California  95823
United States
Office Phone: 
(916) 875-2055
Office Fax: 
(916) 875-2035


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