Adult Justice/Court Mandated Programs

Who can use this service?

Anyone can use this service who has a substance use disorder and criminal justice involvement that is in need of assistance. Program participants must have a substance use disorder and not be under the current physician care or with a pain management clinic. Program participants must be 18 years or older.

For FTC, the Drug and Alcohol participant must have a juvenile court dependency case.

Is there a charge for this service?

This service is provided free of charge for Medi-Cal beneficiaries and on a reasonable sliding fee scale.

Income levels and household size are assessed and fees are determined upon a percentage.
Medi-Cal beneficiaries' fees are covered by Medi-Cal.

When and where is this service offered?

This service is available throughout the year during regular business hours except during scheduled holidays. 

DEJ, P-36, and FTC are available in the four (4) Drug and Alcohol Services locations in Paso Robles, Atascadero, San Luis Obispo/Johnson Ave, and Grover Beach. ADC is only available in the San Luis Obispo clinic and PRTS is available in the Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo, and Grover Beach clinics.

FTC is held every Monday from 12:00 p.m - 3:00 p.m. If interested, referral must be made through Drug and Alcohol counselor and/or Social Worker.

Location, directions and hours of operation

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San Luis Obispo Drug & Alcohol Services

Monday - Friday 8-5

2180 Johnson Avenue San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

Tel: (805) 781-4275

Grover Beach Drug & Alcohol & Probation

Monday - Friday 8-5

1523 Longbranch Avenue Grover Beach, CA 93433

Tel: (805) 473-7080

Atascadero Drug & Alcohol Services

Monday - Friday 8-5

3556 El Camino Real Atascadero, CA 93422

Tel: (805) 461-6080

Paso Robles Drug & Alcohol Services

Monday - Friday 8-5

1763 Ramada Drive Paso Robles, CA 93446

Tel: (805) 226-3200

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to do this program?

All individuals have the option to participate in services, although if services are declined, it could have an effect on your court case and/or probation.

Do you have to have a CWS case to participate in FTC?
Yes, this treatment court was designed as a collaboration between Child Welfare Services and Drug and Alcohol Services.
How long does the FTC program last?

FTC was designed as a four-phase program, averaging three (3) months in each phase. However, it is truly determined by the participant and their progress.

If I take one of these programs will I be released from custody?

The court/sentencing aspect could be affected, although you should discuss this with your attorney for determination. Drug and Alcohol will perform an assessment and determine proper placement.

My family member is in custody, how can they get into a program?

Ask your attorney for a substance use disorder assessment in court/jail by one of the Drug and Alcohol Services staff members. This assessment will determine proper level of care and proper placement for substance use disordered treatment.

What are the benefits from participating in FTC?

The following are benefits of participating in FTC:

  • Statistically, parents have an increase in visitation earlier than if not participating in court.
  • Provided support by judge and staff
  • Incentives program includes gift cards, candy bars, prize bin, etc.
  • Your social worker gets weekly updates on your progress.
Where is FTC court located?

The FTC is located at the Veteran's Hall, San Luis Obispo.