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Advisory lifted for Phillips66 Refinery fire

Last updated: 5 p.m. Sunday, August 2, 2015

The fire at Phillips 66 Refinery in Rodeo is out and the Public Health Advisory for people with respiratory sensitivities has been lifted. A health advisory was issued because the incident could have affected people with respiratory sensitivities.

Perinatal Substance Abuse Partnership (PSAP)


The Contra Costa County Perinatal Substance Abuse Partnership (PSAP) was established in January 2003 to build an integrated, coordinated, countywide approach to perinatal substance abuse services, including screening, assessment, referral, treatment, training and education, and data collection.

PSAP includes representatives from Contra Costa Health Services (Public Health, Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drug Services, Contra Costa Regional Medical Center and Health Centers, Employment and Human Services Department (Children and Family Services), Community Services, Brighter Beginnings, Ujima Family Recovery Services, and other community-based organizations that provide alcohol and other drugs treatment and services to pregnant and parenting women.


PSAP annual report 2007 (PDF)
PSAP annual report 2008 (PDF)

PSAP Workgroups

Bridges to Care
Contra Costa Health Services & Contra Costa Children & Family Services Workgroup
Data Team
Training & Education