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Veterans and Behavioral Health

Patriotism this coming Independence Day should include serious consideration of our war veterans.  Did you know that 75% of all...
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PTSD AWARENESS MONTH

June is PTSD Awareness Month. PTSD is a mental health disorder that can affect people who have experienced a frightening...
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Men’s Health Month

June is Men’s Health Month – a time to raise awareness about health care for men and focus on encouraging...
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Proud and Sober

L.A. CADA salutes the sober LGBT+ community of L.A. County! We know it’s not easy to recover. Discrimination against LGBTQ+...
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Alcohol Awareness Month: Do I Need Help?

During Alcohol Awareness Month in April, L.A. CADA is taking a look at the effects of alcohol in our lives....
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Alcohol Awareness Month: Teens and Alcohol

During Alcohol Awareness Month in April, L.A. CADA is taking a look at the effects of alcohol in our lives....
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Alcohol Awareness Month: How Alcohol Affects Our Body

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Alcohol Awareness Month: Binge Drinking

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Understanding Homelessness in L.A. County: Evidence-Based Practices for Serving the Homeless

Evidence-based care means translating the findings of scientific research to our daily care practices and clinical decision-making. Evidence-based practices (EBPs) integrate...
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Understanding Homelessness in L.A. County: The Role of Behavioral Healthcare

According to a survey by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, roughly 22.7 million people every year need...
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Understanding Homelessness in L.A. County: Alcohol, Drugs, and Mental Health Disorders

The Annual Point in Time Homeless Count conducted by the L.A. Homeless Services Authority showed that there were almost 64,000...
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Understanding Homelessness in L.A. County: The Pandemic

We need an answer: why are so many more people living on the streets? Last month, the L.A. Homeless Services...
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Needs of Black Children and Youth

Today, Black children and youth grow up in a world that looks very different from that of their grandparents at...
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Black Women Often Ignored by Social Justice Movements

Did you know that Black women are viewed as more similar to Black men than to other women who are...
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Addressing Mental Health in the Black Community

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Adult Services

Crisis intervention, case management, individual and group sessions, special care for pregnant women and homeless persons.

Youth Services

Life skills education class, drug and alcohol counseling, recreation activities, parent support groups.

 

Education Prevention

HIV/AIDS street outreach, drug diversion classes, parenting classes/groups.

 

Violence Treatment

Anger management classes, batterer’s treatment education.

 

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.

OUTPATIENT TREATMENT

6 – 9 Months

Outpatient Treatment services vary in intensity and duration. There are morning, afternoon, and evening activities. Our professional staff helps each client develop a treatment plan that best fits their individual needs. Our outpatient treatment program consists of educational groups, process groups, gender responsive groups as well as individual and family counseling.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OFFENDERS FOR MALE AND FEMALE OFFENDERS

52 Weeks

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.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE FOR VICTIMS

24 Weeks

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.

Parenting

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.

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

Parent Support Group

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.

J.W.C.H. Medical Services

Wesley Health Services are available in the building and operate on Thursdays. For more information please call 1-866-733-5921.

Prevention Historias Program

“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.

DRUG DIVERSION, EDUCATION & COUNSELING (DEFERRED ENTRY OF JUDGMENT-PC-1000)

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.

DRUG COUNSELING (11550C) 6 MONTHS

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.

HIV/AIDS EDUCATION AND TESTING

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.

Wellness Center

Space for self-help and support groups. To reserve space for your group or for a current schedule of activities.

Call: (562) 906-2676
Address: 11015 Bloomfield Ave., Santa Fe Springs, CA

TREATMENT FOR CO-OCCURRING MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE DISORDERS

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

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