Fairfield Behavioral Health Services Imagine the Difference

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Recovery Health Seminar
Join the Voices of Recovery: Speak Up! Reach Out!
In honor of National Recovery Month
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
9:30 am – 2:00 pm
Carolina Event Center
1126 US Highway 321 Bypass South,
Winnsboro
Mission Statement
 Delay onset of youth drug use and promote
healthy and safe living through prevention
activities;
 Improve biopsychosocial functioning;
 Reduce substance use, increase sobriety, and
sustain recovery that produces better outcomes;
and
 Prevent or reduce frequency and severity of
recurrence.
 Established in 1979 by an ordinance from Fairfield County Council
created by the South Carolina Act 301 of 1973
 Sole county authority for alcohol and drug abuse services
 Public nonprofit agency
 Confidential according to HIPPA, HITECH, and 42 Code of Federal
Regulations
 Licensed, certified and trained staff
 One of 33 county alcohol and drug abuse authorities recognized by the
state of SC
 CARF Accredited prevention and treatment programs
 DHEC Licensed
 United Way Certified Partner Agency
Alcohol is a drug!
Tobacco is a drug!
In the 2006, the Surgeon General report stated:
“There is no safe level of exposure to secondhand smoke”
The 2010 Surgeon General Report took it one step further stating:
“ Any exposure to tobacco smoke – even an occasional cigarette
or exposure to secondhand smoke – is harmful.”
Addiction is a disease!
DON
CORNELIUS
LEE THOMPSON
YOUNG
MARILYN MONROE
Prevention is Effective!
For each $1.00 invested in evidence based
prevention programs, SC saves $18.00 in
costs to society, including the costs of
incarceration,
drug-related
crime,
hospitalizations, and other societal ills .
-SC Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation
FY14
4,300 served persons through prevention
services;
347 participated in evidenced based programs;
3,953 participated in other prevention education
activities
Reducing deaths and disabilities
through
Tobacco Education Prevention and Health Ministries
In partnership with
Fairfield Community Health Partners
funded by the Healthy South Carolina Initiative
•77 Faith Based Organizations have participated in tobacco
education training from 11 countywide trainings;
•64 adopted a Model Tobacco-Free Policy;
•51 completed Tobacco Education objectives;
•768 Families have adopted tobacco free policies for
home/vehicle;
•50 hosted separate tobacco free education activities at their
church;
•54 adopted the Healthy Living Policy; and
•16 completed ALL Health Ministry objectives
•946 completed Faithful Families Interest Survey Online
Treatment is Effective!
90% of people who
come to our office are
admitted for services
55% 1st time admissions
45% re-entries
70% were male and
30% were female
Alcohol
Behavioral
Marijuana
Cocaine
Family
Magistrate, Solicitor, DJJ
DMV
PPP
DSS
Self
Other: Mental Health, Hospital, FCSD, etc.
50-55% of being
successfully discharged
FY14: 99.29% of clients
reported being satisfied
with the services that they
received
FY14: 96.30% of
partners
reported being satisfied with
the quality, timeliness, and
accessibility and delivery of
services
People Recover!
There are many
pathways to
recovery
Thank You
for celebrating
Recovery Month
with us