The Center for Drug Free Living Inc. (See Aspire Health Partners Inc.)

aka CENTAUR (Central Florida AIDS United Resources)   |   Orlando, FL   |  www.cfdfl.com
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Mission

The Center For Drug-Free Living is committed to providing individuals and families within our community the skills to achieve and maintain healthy responsible lifestyles.We will develop and offer the highest quality prevention, intervention and treatment services at the most reasonable cost by developing relationships with the most appropriate partners.We will preserve and respect the dignity of the people we serve and those with whom we work.We Value:The worth of each individual;The ability of each individual to improve;The needs of the whole person; and,The need for respect and dignity of each individual.We Believe:The Center should be flexible and dynamic;The Center should provide the highest quality care at the most reasonable cost;The staff and services should reflect the make-up of the community;The Center should maximize resources by developing partnerships within the community; and,The Center should assume a leadership role in the development and implementation of science-based programs.

Ruling year info

1975

Principal Officer

Mr. Dick Jacobs

Main address

5151 Adanson Street

Orlando, FL 32804 USA

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Formerly known as

Thee Door

EIN

59-1532941

NTEE code info

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

Rehabilitation Services for Offenders (I40)

AIDS (G81)

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Programs and results

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Our programs

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Treatment Services

The Center's Substance Use, Mental Health & Co-occurring Disorder Treatment Services division is comprised of eighteen (18) individual programs that provide a full continuum of treatment services. These programs target a wide variety of populations including Adolescents, Pregnant & Post-partum Women and their children, Adult Men & Women, Homeless Male & Female Veterans, Older Adults and the Medically Challenged. Each program is tailored to meet the unique needs of its target population with many designed to address the specific gender or cultural differences of their clients. All programs include individual, family, and group counseling, psycho-educational services, life skills classes, relapse prevention education. Programs in this division include: Assessment & ScreeningAddiction Receiving Facility / DetoxOutpatient DetoxificationMedication Assisted Treatment ProgramAdolescent Outpatient Services (Project 321)Brevard Outpatient CenterIvey Lane Outpatient ServicesNueva Vida Outpatient ServicesOrlando Outpatient CenterOsceola Outpatient CenterAdolescent Residential ProgramBrevard Women's ResidentialMen's Residential Recovery Program (MRRP)Orange County Women and Children's Services (PPWI)Orange County Drug Court & DUI ProgramOrange County Central Receiving Center (CRC)Operation Center FOCUS - Homeless Male VeteransOperation Center Focus - Homeless Female Veterans

Population(s) Served

The Center's Delinquency, Substance Use, Mental Health & Co-occurring Disorder Prevention & Intervention Services division is comprised of more than thirteen (13) individual programs. The provide School and Community-Based Prevention & Intervention Services to a wide variety of populations including Children, Adolescents, Adults and Elders. These include: Alpha FOCUS (Family Opportunities for Caring, Understanding, & Success) Back On Track Breaking the Cycle/Family Enrichment Program Arthur Jackson Midnight Basketball Brevard Prevention & Intervention Services Keep Kids Drug-Free Regional Prevention Center Neighborhood Enrichment Centers New Horizons To Your Health! & BRITE (Older Adult Services) Osceola County Prevention & Intervention Services Village House Programs Violence Interruption Program (VIP)

Population(s) Served

The Center's Juvenile Justice Residential Commitment Services provides residential care, custody and treatment services for adolescents committed to the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. The division includes separate programs, each serving a different population. Brevard Group Treatment Home (BGTH) - 30-bed, Low Risk program for adolescent males ages 12-15. Boys committed to the program remain in treatment for an average of 4 to 6 months. During their stay, residents attend school on site and receive individual, group and family counseling. Francis Walker Halfway House (FWHH) - 30-bed, Moderate Risk program for adolescent females ages 13-18. Girls committed to the program remain in treatment for and average of 6 to 9 months. The program provides comprehensive gender specific programming which addresses and supports the developmental process of female adolescents. During their stay, residents attend school on site and are provided extensive health education, nutrition classes, substance abuse treatment and prevention education, CPR certification, parenting and pre-vocational skills. They also receive individual and group counseling. Attention is also placed on addressing issues of grief, domestic violence, stress, sexual abuse and substance abuse.

Population(s) Served

The mission of CENTAUR is to reduce the incidence of HIV and Hepatitis infection in our community and to improve the quality of life for persons who are infected or affected by HIV/AIDS and/or Hepatitis. Services are designed to address the factors associated with the risk or progression of infection. CENTAUR provides confidential testing; mental health counseling; community referrals; comprehensive education sessions; and substance abuse assessment & counseling. In addition, CENTAUR also provides HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for Persons with HIV/AIDS) services for those individuals infected with HIV/AIDS and are experiencing a threat of homelessness or are already homeless. Program services include short-term rental, mortgage,and/or utility assistance for people living with HIV/AIDS and their families. In addition, facility-based housing is available, based on eligibility, for those people living with HIV/AIDS in need of substance abuse and/or mental health treatment services. In addition to being a HOPWA provider, CENTAUR is also a Ryan White provider.

Population(s) Served

The Zebra Coalition® is a network of Central Florida social service providers, government agencies, schools, and colleges and universities that provide a full continuum of services to at-risk LGBT+ youth ages 13 - 24. The Coalition assists young people facing homelessness; bullying; physical, sexual and drug abuse; and isolation from their families with individualized programs to guide them to recovery and stability. Zebra Coalition® provides: o Drop-in center o 24-hour youth crisis hotline o Groups, workshops and activities o Short-term housing o Food and clothing o Medical resources and care o Mental health counseling o Drug and alcohol addiction counseling o Continuing education o Employment assistance o Transportation o Aftercare and ongoing counseling o Intervention-peer support

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Accreditations

Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) - Behavioral Health - 3 Year Accreditation 2009

Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) - Opioid Treatment Program - 3 Year Accreditation 2009

Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) - Behavioral Health - 3 Year Accreditation 2012

Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) - Opioid Treatment Program - 3 Year Accreditation 2012

Awards

The Beacon Award-Celebrating Diversity in Greater Orlando's Workforce (Nonprofit Category) 2011

Multiple-Orlando Chapter of National Association of Women Business Owners, Walt Disney World Resort, the YaYa Network, and Orlando Business Journal’s Diversity Works initiative.

Affiliations & memberships

United Way Member Agency 1986

Financials

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The Center for Drug Free Living Inc. (See Aspire Health Partners Inc.)

Board of directors
as of 2/27/2015
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board co-chair

Ms. Serena Sacks

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Term: July 2013 - June 2014


Board co-chair

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Term: July 2013 - June 2014

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