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Archive for the Winter 2016 Newsletter Category

Downtown L.A. CADA Celebrated an Early Thanksgiving by Serving Others

Downtown L.A. CADA Celebrated an Early Thanksgiving by Serving Others This ambitious serving crew consisted of L.A. CADA staff, family members and friends dishing up an early Thanksgiving meal to 40 appreciative clients at the Downtown L.A. CADA offices on November 23, 2015.

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A Special Thank You!

A Special Thank You! Senator Tony Mendoza, District 32, donated 15 Thanksgiving turkeys to L.A. CADA’s outpatient and residential programs. Senator Mendoza has been a constant supporter of L.A. CADA and this year was no exception. Senator Mendoza’s donation provided many program participants a wonderful Thanksgiving meal.

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Community to Custody Transitional Reentry Program (CCTRP)

Community to Custody Transitional Reentry Program (CCTRP) Featured on 89.9 FM KCRW Radio Frances Valenzuela, Program Director, CCTRP Because of its involvement in the Prison Education Project (PEP), L.A. CADA’s CCTRP has received a lot of attention. Most recently, by KCRW Producer Jenny Hammel, as it applies

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Allen House Hosts Alumni Barbecue

Allen House Hosts Alumni Barbecue Silvia Fregoso, Administrative Coordinator, Allen House Great food and good friends came together on October 3, 2015, as Allen House officially returned to their Painter Avenue location. The event also served to encourage alumni to reconnect with the program. This was a valuable

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L.A. CADA to “Go Purple” in January

L.A. CADA to “Go Purple” in January The Project Purple is a national anti-substance abuse initiative of The Herren Project (THP), a youth-targeted program launched to break the stigma of addiction, bring awareness to the dangers of substance abuse, and shed light on effective treatment practices. Launched

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L.A. CADA Offers New Family Group Program to Clients and Loved Ones

L.A. CADA Offers New Family Group Program to Clients and Loved Ones Addiction is commonly referred to as a family disease. The effects of a substance use disorder are felt by the whole family. The family context holds information about how substance use disorders develop, are maintained,

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Christmas Stockings with a Purpose

Christmas Stockings with a Purpose Lili Rivas, Assistant Director CCTRP and proud member of Soroptimist of Norwalk In collaboration with Soroptimist International of Norwalk, a group of 15 women at CCTRP volunteered their time and talent to crochet 65 Christmas Stockings. These stockings were used as gifts

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Allen House Backyard Renovated with Help from Many

Allen House Backyard Renovated with Help from Many Silvia Fregoso, Administrative Coordinator, Allen House A dedication ceremony was held at Allen House on October 18, 2015, to celebrate the completion of its backyard renovation. The Allen House Rejuvenation Project was managed by a group of diverse volunteers

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Following up… CCTRP Participants Employed Lisa Robledo, Vocational Counselor, CCTRP

Following up… CCTRP Participants Employed Lisa Robledo, Vocational Counselor, CCTRP After just over a month of seeking employment, CCTRP participants are getting hired and re-entering the community. They have worked hard to get to this point by completing their master applications, and writing cover letters and resumes,

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Special Toy Drive for Program Kids

Special Toy Drive for Program Kids It was a more joyous Christmas at L.A. CADA thanks to the generosity of the friends, staff and partners of The Harrington Group, Certified Public Accountants, LLC. Sean Cain, CPA, organized the very special toy drive in order to extend happiness

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