NCADD-SFV provides Substance Abuse Program services for Spanish speaking participants who are in need of substance abuse treatment and prevention.

We provide substance abuse education and life building skills, by addressing issues that prevent youth from successfully moving forward, by assisting them in learning how to make better decisions and cope with life's every day stressors.

NCADD-SFV provides a substance abuse program for the Spanish speaking community whom is in need of help, hope, and support from drug and alcohol abuse. We provide bilingual services to assist those who only read and write Spanish.

NCADD-SFV, ofrece un programa de abuso de sustancias de la communinity habla espanol que estan en necesidad de ayuda, la esperanzan y el apoyo de abuso de drogas y alcohol. Ofrecemos servicios bilingues para ayudar a aquellos que solo pueden leer y escrubrir enb espanol.

The Substance Abuse Program for "Spanish speaking participants" can be enrolled in the program for a minimum of twelve (12) weeks, up to six months, depending on the individual needs and the referring agency. Participants have an initial screening either over the phone or in person to determine if they are appropriate for services. While a client at NCADD, a complete assessment is done, a treatment plane is created and participants are placed in groups that will most benefit. The participant will be assigned a case manager, which will meet regularly in helping the client meet goals and objectives while maintaining sobriety.

The adult participant is required to attend (2) twice-weekly meeting schedule. We provide education, awareness, prevention, focus and discussion groups. Monthly evaluations and progress reports are available to be sent to the referring agency as requested by participant


Additionally, each participant is required to attend (3) three self-help or support style groups, on a weekly basis to help develop a healthier life-style and promote a drug free life.

Services are provided on a sliding scale and partly funded in part through a grant from County of Los Angeles Substance Abuse and Prevention.