2021 Meth Involved Deaths
2021 Fentanyl Involved Deaths
2021 Combination of Meth and Fentanyl Deaths
2023 Meeting Dates
|Sacramento County Methamphetamine Coalition||Time||Location|
|May 11, 2023||2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.||Meetings will be held virtually through the Zoom platform.|
|August 10, 2023|
|November 9, 2023|
DHS-SUPT will send Invitation Flyers and Agendas for each Sacramento County Methamphetamine Coalition meeting with instructions to register. Registration is open to anyone and is required to attend.
Continuing the Conversation
Sacramento County is continuing the conversation about meth. As a campaign for the Sacramento County Methamphetamine Coalition in partnership with Sacramento County Division of Behavioral Health Services, Substance Use and Prevention Treatment Services (formerly Alcohol and Drug Services), Let’s Talk Meth offers drug education, resources, and support for any person in need. Whether you or someone you love uses meth, help and support are available.
Every person has different needs when it comes to substance use treatment. It is important to be referred to the proper level of care. Sacramento County offers a full continuum of care based on the American Society of Addiction Medicine to make sure the right treatment is provided.
Reconnect with yourself through treatment. Speak with a care professional for an assessment and to discuss available treatment options.
Join Sacramento County in our mission to offer support and treatment to those seeking help.
Offering referral to both virtual and in-person support, a wide range of local peer support groups are available.
Everyone has a story. Find connection and support from those in Sacramento County.