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Inventory of the Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs Records
F3917  
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1. County Plans. 1974-1976. F3917:1-24

Physical Description: 24 file folders.

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Arranged alphabetically by county.
Plans submitted to the state from county government for the purpose of receiving funds for mental health services. These services included programs for alcohol and drug abuse, social rehabilitation, mental retardation, and the mentally disordered. The following counties are represented in the files: Alameda, Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, Contra Costa, Colusa, Del Norte, El Dorado, Fresno, Glenn, Humboldt, Imperial, King, Lassen, Mono, Orange, Plumas, Sacramento, San Diego, San Luis Obispo, and siskiyou. Plans include evaluations, budgets, reports, and correspondence.
 

2. Subject Files. 1975-1982. F3917:25-54

Physical Description: 31 file folders.

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Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Subject files created for general administrative purposes. The files reflect the diversity of information required for departmental needs and include specific record types. Headings include organization, budgets, reports, transition, PCP, proposition 13 impact, and women.
 

3. Legislative Bill Files. 1973-1982. F3917:55-70

Physical Description: 16 file folders.

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Arranged chronologically by legislative session and thereafter numerically by bill number within Senate and Assembly divisions.
Legislative bill files relating to legislation of interest to the department. Files include enrolled bill reports, analyses from departmental staff and other sources, correspondence, memoranda, backgroundstudies and reports, publicity concerning the legislation, and statements on fiscal impact. Major subjects include criminal penalities for treatment of alcoholism, drug abuse, and medical use of marijuana.