Community Based Treatment Services

Community Based Treatment Services

NCADD provides factual information on alcohol and other drugs as it relates to the use and abuse of such substances. NCADD provides both direct and referral services to adults and youth within the East San Gabriel & Pomona Valleys. NCADD also maintains current listing of additional resources within the community that offer assistance in referral and linkage to other types of community services.

As part of the programs we offer:

Confidential Alcohol and Drug Assessments

NCADD provides in-depth assessments including level of care assessment to provide a baseline of information regarding life domains, i.e., alcohol and /or other drug use, medical, employment, legal, social, psychological, family, environment and special needs. SAP (Substance Abuse Professionals) requirements may be applied upon request.

Awareness & Education Presentations

NCADD provides presentations to inform the public and community groups on subjects related to alcohol/and other drugs and their related issues. Subjects may include the psychological and physiological aspects of alcoholism and drug addiction, the recovery process, family issues, social and community issues, health related matters, and public policy.

Individual & Group Counseling

NCADD provides both one-on-one and group interaction between participants and counseling staff to implement specific objectives in the prevention, treatment, recovery plan to support, facilitate and encourage changes within a participant's life.


NCADD provides certified Interventionist to guide concerned people coming together using the Johnson Institute Method of Intervention to present reality in a receivable way to a person who is out of touch with reality due to alcoholism and or drug addiction. Goals of Intervention are prevention, education, early intervention with chemical dependency and recovery for all. NCADD is part of the National Intervention Network.

Random Drug Testing

NCADD provides monitored collection of urine specimens for the purpose of alcohol and/other drug testing. Positive results are confirmed by outside laboratory toxicologist.

A parent-client trying to retain or regain custody of their child would be placed in the Family Reunification Program (FRP).  The FRP is designed to assist the parent in meeting some of the requirements of the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS). The Step Parenting Program is an auxiliary service to the FRP or it can be taken separately.

An Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program (A & D) is accessed by individuals who may be referred by their employer, probation or self-referred.

Adolescents and adults who find themselves in need of additional coping skills may access the Anger Management Program. 

NCADD also has specialized programming for adolescents through its Choices & Changes Program who may be in the experimental stage to those who have grown a dependence on a substance.

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