Employee Relations - Contracts Exempt From Civil Service Approval
DHH - Office of Addictive Disorders (OAD)
- Participation in activities of the SYNAR initiative program to reduce the sale of tobacco to minors.
- To operate the 24-hour toll-free telephone service to aid compulsive gamblers.
- To provide alcohol, tobacco, and drug abuse prevention/education activities for youth, including developing and training mentors for children.
- To provide short-term intensive crisis intervention services and/or after hours, weekend and holiday crisis services.
- To provide residential treatment for compulsive gamblers.
- To provide a community-based alcohol, tobacco, and drug abuse program which includes dissemination of information and/or substance abuse prevention education.
- To provide HIV counseling/testing phlebotomy services in outpatient facilities.
- Contracts funded by money attained by working with drug courts to provide outpatient treatment services and vocational rehabilitation for nonviolent offenders or to juveniles and their families.
- To implement the "Social Bonding Model" of drug prevention with children.
- To provide residential inpatient alcohol and drug abuse treatment programs.
- To provide rental payment for those addicted to alcohol and drugs.
- To provide community-based half-way house rehabilitation programs, including room and board, for recovering substance abusers.
- To provide outpatient treatment for compulsive gamblers.
- To provide curricula and/or provide training for substance abuse professionals, substance abusers and/or their families, and the community/public.
- To provide substance abuse treatment and testing services for inmates of parish and state prisons.
- To assist established state alcohol and drug abuse centers by providing certain tests for drugs or any tests as ordered by a physician.
- To provide interpreters for deaf clients of the Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse.
- To provide detoxification treatment services and social detoxification services.
- To provide residential supervised independent living programs for substance abusers.
- To provide intensive and non-intensive outpatient counseling to youth and/or clients suffering effects of drug abuse.
- To provide medical professionals for medical detoxification.
- To provide employment preparation classes and workshops.
- To provide summer camp and/or after school day care tutoring and/or organized recreation for children and youth.
- To provide 24-hour on-call licensed clinicians during after hours, weekends, and holidays.
- To provide or administer a drop-in referral drug prevention center.
- To provide outpatient Methadone maintenance and detoxification services for narcotic addicts.