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We Are Here

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

WHO WE ARE

AADAP, Inc. (Asian American Drug Abuse Program) serves people throughout the Los Angeles County in substance abuse treatment.

Not only does AADAP provide substance abuse counseling; AADAP has expanded its services to include Employment Services, HIV/AIDS Outreach and Cross Training, Drug Court Treatment, Outpatient Treatment, Adolescent Treatment Prevention, API CalWorks support services as a linkage to treatment, and tobacco education. We have been together since 1972 with our motto and philosophy grounded on, “People Need People,” and the 'Family Concept.'

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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AADAP RECENT NEWS/EVENTS

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Veteran Gains Skill to Build Housing for Homeless

Written by Vincent Imamoto, Employment Access Counselor With purpose and determination, David C. wakes up each morning before 5 am, laces up his work boots,…
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AADAP Calls for Action Against Anti-Asian Hate and Rhetoric

To my fellow community members, We condemn the attacks against our Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander brothers and sisters. There has been a documented…
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My New Life~ By Shauna T., Mother and TC Resident

This is a personal reflection submitted by Shauna T., a mother and recovering addict, enrolled in AADAP's treatment program: My name is Shauna T. and…
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National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD)

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD) falls annually on February 7. NBHAAD observance resulted from systemic racism and calls for a greater focus on equity.…

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