The California Hispanic Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Inc. (CHCADA) was established in May, 1975 as a nonprofit entity. CHCADA provides a broad range of services that transcend racial/ethnic, gender and other lines. CHCADA is a private, nonprofit community-based organization that has always sought to address both the antecedents and the secondary effects of substance abuse and dependency through the use of comprehensive interdisciplinary services.
CHCADA seeks to provide culturally competent bicultural, bilingual, and monolingual substance abuse and other services that will reduce the environmental vulnerability of low–income Latinos and other marginalized populations in California.
Over the years, CHCADA has helped its clients realize a more promising future through its program service delivery. CHCADA offers Outpatient Drug-Free (ODF) Individual Counseling, Intensive Outpatient Treatment and MAT referral.
Family Support Services
Substance Abuse Treatment
Criminal Justice Services
Out Patient Recovery Services
1901 Royal Oaks Drive, Suite 101 Sacramento, CA 95815