Based on what you have learned about available community resources in Wayne County, New York, and based upon your work with Mr. Potts, prepare a report to Supervisor Rexford that identifies at least 3 community resources (these can be any combination of treatment, prevention, education, etc.) that you believe would be an appropriate referral for Mr. Potts. For each community resource you identify, address the following:
- Why do you believe it to be an appropriate referral for Mr. Potts specifically?
- What do you believe Mr. Potts will get out of the referral to this resource?
- What is your goal for Mr. Potts in terms of referring Mr. Potts to this resource?
- Rank each of the 3 resources to which you referred Mr. Potts, from most needed to least needed.
- You should also address whether you believe this community lacks any resources for Mr. Potts to which you would have made a referral if it existed in this county.
Mr Potts assignments attached for reference.
Here are available wayne county resources to choose from:
There is the Dick Van Dyke Alcoholism Treatment Center, which serves many counties, including Wayne. The center is located in Ovid, New York.There is the Finger Lakes Addiction Counseling and Referral Agency (FLACRA), which provides crisis centers, outpatient treatment for adults and adolescents, and a halfway house. There is a center in Newark, New York, which is located in Wayne County. There are also other centers in surrounding counties operated by FLACRA.The Clifton Springs Hospital Addictions Recovery Center has a program in Wayne County. Hannick Hall is a residential treatment program for women with alcohol/substance abuse problems located in Newark, New York and is run by the Catholic Family Center Restart Substance Abuse Center. There is also the Wayne County Substance Abuse Counseling Program located in Lyons, New York.Wayne Behavioral Health Network runs a program called the Wayne Substance Abuse Services program.A program in Geneva, New York called the Chemical Dependency Detoxification Program serves Wayne County residents and is operated by Geneva Regional Health System.There are 12-step programs including Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon, and Alateen groups in Wayne County as well as a Narcotics Anonymous Chapter.With regard to prevention and education, there is the Delphi Drug Abuse Center, which has a program for Wayne County youth in the form of prevention counseling services.The Council on Alcoholism & Other Chemical Dependencies of the Finger Lakes has a prevention, education, information, and referral program for Wayne County.