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County Gets New Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Services Director


Ann Detrick will take over as the new head of Santa Barbara County’s Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Services Department on 1/2/08. She is currently deputy commissioner for the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health, overseeing three state hospitals and services for more than 27,000 clients annually. She holds a doctorate in social psychology from the University of Massachusetts. Detrick replaces Dr. James Broderick, who retired in March.

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