Los Angeles Centers for Alcohol and Drug Abuse

aka L.A. Cada   |   Santa Fe Springs, CA   |  www.lacada.com

Mission

Los Angeles Centers for Alcohol and Drug Abuse serves the multicultural community of Santa Fe Springs, including cities throughout Los Angeles County. Our mission is to save lives, unite families, and protect the community through addiction counseling and healthy living education. L.A. CADA's vision is to enhance the educational and economic well-being of the people it serves by means of direct human services, advocacy, and referrals. Our values seek the empowerment of people through compassion, perseverance and respect. We are able to provide a wide range of services thanks to a collaborative approach compatible with healthy communities, dedicated partners and unique foundations. We will continue evolving to ensure our mission, vision, and values are never compromised.

Ruling year info

1971

Acting Executive Director

Mr. Juan Navarro

Main address

11015 Bloomfield Ave 11121 Bloomfield Ave

Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670 USA

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EIN

23-7110152

NTEE code info

Alcohol, Drug and Substance Abuse, Dependency Prevention and Treatment (F20)

Mental Health Treatment (F30)

Family Services (P40)

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Programs and results

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Our programs

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CalWORKS

CalWORKs stands for California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids. It is a statewide welfare program to provide financial aid and services to needy California families. Those eligible for this assistance are children of families who are alone at home due to parental absence, families with children when the main earner is unemployed and caretaker relatives of a foster child or children. The main purpose of the program is to get our clients into school, work, and give them life skills to be productive members of society.

Population(s) Served

Adult treatment: crisis intervention, case management, individual and group sessions, special care for pregnant women and homeless persons.
Education prevention: hiv/aids street outreach, drug diversion classes, parenting classes/groups.
Youth treatment/prevention: life skills education class, drug and alcohol counseling, recreation activities, parent support groups.
Violence treatment/prevention: anger management classes, batterer’s treatment education.

Population(s) Served

The Allen House is our premier residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation center which offers adult men and women comprehensive in-patient counseling to treat addiction, along with co-occurring mental health and physical health conditions in a therapeutic setting.

Services include:
>Comprehensive psychosocial assessment and evaluation
>Crisis intervention and referral
>HIV Prevention Education
>Case Management
>Individual and family counseling
>Psycho-educational and process groups
>Emphasis on relapse prevention, honesty, and responsibility
>Drug-free recreational and leisure time activities
>Job preparation and placement
>Enhanced program for persons living with HIV or AIDS
>Specialized care for the substance abusing mentally ill who can function within a therapeutic community setting
>Allen House graduates can return for support or activity participation at any time
>Graduates become members of the Alumni Association and participate in Aftercare counseling

Population(s) Served

“HISTORIAS” stands for How Individuals Share Their Old Risks In A Story. The stories we are currently looking for are those coming from the “Non-Gay Identified Latino Male” who has already realized his risks for HIV/AIDS and has begun to make some changes to lower his risk and the risks of his partners. It is the hope of the intervention that sharing these stories with others in that same population will lead others to change as well. In addition to looking for individuals to share their stories the “HISTORIAS” staff is also looking for individuals to give out the stories to other Latino Males.

Population(s) Served

L.A. CADA’s At Risk Men’s Service (A.R.M.S.) Project currently provides the Many Men, Many Voices (3MV) intervention to the African American/Black MSM (men who have sex with men) population in the SPA 4 region of Los Angeles. Many Men, Many Voices (3MV) is a group-level intervention that addresses behavioral and social factors that influence the HIV/STI risk and protective behaviors of black MSM. The intervention consists of 7 sessions delivered in 2-3 days in which several issues including cultural, social and religious norms, the identity of black MSM and their connectedness to the black and gay communities, HIV/STI interactions, sexual relationship dynamics, and the social influences of racism and homophobia are discussed. Rather than a singular emphasis on condom use, 3MV uses a menu of behavior change options for HIV/STI prevention to help participants find changes that they are willing to try to help prevent the further HIV/STI infections in the community.The L.A. CADA At Risk Men’s Services (A.R.M.S.) Project also provides free rapid HIV testing and counseling at the Downtown HOP and Hollywood Satellite locations.

Population(s) Served

This is a court approved HIV 101 education class available for a small fee which includes information, education and support in order to prevent the risk of people transmitting or acquiring HIV/AIDS

Population(s) Served

L.A. CADA’s 52-week Batterers Program includes groups and classes facilitated by Certified Domestic Violence Counselors. We offer a probation approved, gender-responsive program for male and female offenders. Services are offered in English and Spanish

Population(s) Served

52 Week Program: L.A. CADA offers a 52-week parenting program which is Probation- approved. It addresses parenting, anger management, and domestic violence within the weekly sessions. Participants also receive 6 individual sessions during their 52 weeks with a certified counselor.

12 week program: L.A. CADA offers a 12-week parenting class that is open to couples as well as individuals

Population(s) Served

L.A. CADA offers services for the victims of past or current domestic violence that includes assistance with trauma issues. This is a 24 week program facilitated by a professional Female Certified Domestic Violence Counselor.

Population(s) Served

L.A. CADA offers a 5-6 month, court- ordered program which includes half lecture and half group as well as urinalysis testing to meet all court requirements.

Population(s) Served

L.A. CADA offers a 6 month court ordered program which includes half lecture and half group as well as urinalysis testing to meet all court requirements.

Population(s) Served

Parent support group is offered in English and Spanish every FIRST and LAST Saturday of the month. Meetings are free, confidential, and anonymous. Here you will find: a safe place to vent, other parents who know how you feel, and emotional support.

Population(s) Served

We have licensed and supervised professional staff on site to provide mental health evaluations, therapy and medication management. Treatment is integrated and trauma-informed.

Population(s) Served

In collaboration with the Children’s Institute, this group centered therapeutic program focuses on giving fathers the tools to regain custody of their children with a certified counselor from the Children’s Institute.

Population(s) Served

Evidence based curriculum that teaches skills to safely manage anger. 26 week course.

Population(s) Served

L.A. CADA offers a six-month, court-approved treatment program that includes individual, group and family counseling, plus case management and social/recreational activities for teens with substance abuse disorders

Population(s) Served

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Los Angeles Centers for Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Board of directors
as of 06/06/2019
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Dr. Ethan Allen

Osteopathic Medical Clinic

Term: 1971 -

Arthur Monreal

SASSFA

Francisco De Leon

SASSFA

Alice Allen

Gerald Roodzant

Andrea Avila

Office of Supervisor Don Knabe

Annette Rodriguez

Industrial Valco

Richard Santwier

Law Office of Richard Santwier

Board leadership practices

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  • Board orientation and education
    Does the board conduct a formal orientation for new board members and require all board members to sign a written agreement regarding their roles, responsibilities, and expectations? Yes
  • Board composition
    Does the board ensure an inclusive board member recruitment process that results in diversity of thought and leadership? Yes