Salt Lake County's Division of Behavioral Health Services (DBHS) is the administrative arm of the Local Authority (County Council), regarding public mental health and substance use disorder systems of care. The Division oversees a managed-care system responsible for all publicly-funded behavioral health care services. This includes managing the county's pre-paid (at-risk) $64 million dollar (FY16) behavioral health Medicaid plan for all county residents, as well as managing the Alternatives To Incarceration (ATI) programs. The Division supports a comprehensive continuum of services, including: Prevention, health and wellness Crisis intervention Mental Health treatment Substance Use Disorder treatment Aftercare and recovery support (e.g., transitional housing, social support, employment, continued care, etc.) The Division administers substance use prevention and treatment services in Salt Lake County under the direction of the Local Authority. These services constitute the largest alcohol and drug prevention and treatment program in the state of Utah. While the Division does not treat clients itself, it utilizes a group of subcontracted treatment providers, located all throughout Salt Lake County, who are responsible for the care and treatment of county clients. Additionally, the Division subcontracts with the University of Utah's Assessment & Referral Services to perform assessments as well as to offer free interim group services for individuals who may have to await admission into treatment because of limited availability. Similarly, the Division also subcontracts with school districts and other prevention providers to deliver universal, selected, and indicated prevention programs.