CORONA DEL MAR — Comprehensive Care Corp. said it received two contracts from Idaho to provide management support services for community-based substance abuse prevention systems. Comprehensive Care expects the contracts to generate $380,000 in annual revenue.
Comprehensive Care will support five of Idaho's seven Regional Substance Abuse Authorities, which are community groups set up to participate in the planning and decision-making involved with administering substance abuse prevention and treatment services.
The contracts call for Comprehensive Care to provide management information systems' data tracking and reporting services in both rural and urban areas.
The Corona del Mar company administers and operates behavioral health care programs for government agencies and managed-care organizations.