The Alcohol and Drug Awareness Education Program (ADAEP) is an in-house program SACADA created that focused on adults 18 years and older. The program consist of 10 weekly sessions education participants about substance use, the negative health consequences that may occur with use of substances, signs and symptom of use and possible sign of addiction and subject matters that may occur due to substance use such as domestic violence, mental health issues.
Our session also educate on the importance of living a healthy, balanced life educating on goals, wellness and healthy relationships.
All 10 weekly sessions take place Thursday evenings from 6:00pm – 8:00pm vritually via Zoom. There is an orientation process that must be completed before the start of the program.
Due to COVID, we have moved to the virtual classroom via Zoom. For the safety of our participants and staff, the course will continue to be held virtual until further notice.
Participant must have a computer or phone with a working camera and microphone and access to wifi in order to successfully complete the class.
Registration for class will be taken until 5:00pm the Wednesday before class. Anyone registering afterward will be moved to the following week’s course.
Total class cost is $330. All sales are final with purchase of class. Participants must register and pay in advance before the first day of class. SACADA accepts cash and credit card.
For questions or more information, contact Gyna Juarez at Gjuarez@sacada.org, or call us at (210) 225-4741.
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