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Asian Drug and Alcohol Prevention and Treatment
(Project ADAPT)

2020 Hayes Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
(415) 750-5125
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Program Manager: Faye Ocomen

Project ADAPT is a comprehensive multi-cultural and multi-lingual adult outpatient program that integrates intensive substance abuse treatment, vocational training and continuing care into an innovative culturally competent treatment model to reduce substance abuse among Asian monolingual immigrant and non-immigrant populations. At Project Adapt, clients are offered a therapeutic program of structured activities which enable them not only to live efficiently, but also to build strength, confidence, and pride within family and community.

Project ADAPT was founded in 1993 because of the increasing problem of substance use and abuse in the Asian immigrant community. No one was providing drug treatment services to the monolingual immigrant, and if one was not bilingual, one was out of luck. Project ADAPT took on this challenge by offering substance abuse services in Cantonese, Tagalog and Vietnamese. Along with the counseling services, Project ADAPT offers English as a Second Language (ESL) and computer classes. This unique combination of services allows an individual to work toward recovery, independence and self-sufficiency.

This program is funded by Community Substance Abuse Services of the San Francisco Department of Public Health.

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