We want to encourage our supporters and community to join us in living out our motto "People Need People".


We Are Here

AADAP is committed to maintaining access to our services for the community in the COVID-19 crisis.


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Qualify for up to $6,431 in earned income tax credit.


AADAP has submitted a grant application to State Parks HOV division to fund the National Youth Project Using Mini-bikes (NYPUM) program. A youth diversion program to expose youth from the city to HOV recreation and education. The public review and comment period for the 2019/20 Grants and Cooperative Agreements Program begins ends Monday, May 4, 2020 at 5:00PM


We're Here to Help

The Employment Access (EA) Unit operates the West Adams WorkSource Center (WSC). EA provides equal opportunity programs that connect job seekers with job training and employment opportunities and businesses to skilled workers and resources.

For All Your Treatment Needs

From Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOT) to Medications for Addiction Treatment (MAT)

Since 1972, the Asian American Drug Abuse Program, Inc. (AADAP) has been providing quality, affordable drug and alcohol treatment services in Los Angeles. AADAP is licensed in the State of California and has a behaviorial health accreditation from CARF International.

Connect with us!

AADAP is social, we would love to connect with you and keep you up to date on what we are working on. You can also contact us at (323) 293-6284 (TTY:711).

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Service Updates

AADAP is still open and continuing services as updated previously, with a few new changes. For the safety of our staff and clients, we ask…

Suzie Watanabe Sews Masks for AADAP

Safety and stay at home orders have become the new norm. On April 3, 2020, the City of Los Angeles disseminated new guidance that all…

We Are Here ~ “People Need People”

We Will Come Through this Together, because People Need People Dear Community Member, We are going through a very scary time for everyone.  The COVID-19…

The Wall of Imagination and Knowledge

Asian American Drug Abuse Program (AADAP) in partnership with Theatre Of Hearts/Youth First (TOHYF) is proud to unveil The Wall of Imagination and Knowledge, an…

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