You really need to consult with a qualified criminal defense professional. You can request that the public defender provide a copy of the reports and then consult with another attorney. With multiple offenses like this, all the facts must be considered. Penal Code Section 1000 and Proposition 36 each have their own eligibility requirements. Other non drug charges can be a bar to either program. There are also issues with potential prior offenses and previous probations. There is too much material to cover in on online forum. The HS 11377 offense can be either a misdemeanor or a felony. You are right to not want a felony. No one can really tell you what to do without evaluating all of the circumstances and evidence. If you have been experiencing problems with drugs, in addition to getting qualified legal help, you should seek treatment on your own and document the treatment that you have undertaken. If you can get professional help that is good,; if you can't you can start attending AA or NA and get court cards to establish attendance. What the Court and the District Attorney are willing to do with a case can improve dramatically if they are convinced that the defendant is taking positive steps on their own to deal with the problems which gave rise to the offense. This information should be shared with your attorney, who will decide how and when to share with the Court and The District Attorney.