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California Diversion Programs, Inc.
ALCOHOL & DRUGS
21054 Sherman Way
Suite 205
Canoga Park, CA 91303
Phone:   (818) 716-0188
Fax:        (818) 716-1560
Email:     ab@cadip.com
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To Contact Us:
The Alcohol & Drugs Program is aimed towards those individuals accused of
abuse/possesison of Drugs, alcohol and/or other altering substances and those who have
been involved in interactions with law enforcement and or other reporting agencies,
because of abuse/possesison of Drugs, alcohol and/or other altering substances, resulting in
a criminal offence.

This is normally a 10 week program, however, it can be tailored to the needs of the
individual as determined by Court, Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS),
Probation and/or other referring agency.

The Program is designed to assist individuals recognize their chemical and/or other drug
dependency and assist  them in their recovery.

The Participant needs to do the following four steps to enroll, participate and complete the
program:

Enrollment.—Participant need to call this office (818 716 0188) to schedule an
appointment for enrollment, the enrollment takes about one hour. During the enrollment the
participant will be given a schedule to attend all program  activities. Participant needs to
bring the paper work  from Court, Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS),
Probation, or other referring agency indicating he/she needs to attend the program.
Arrangements for payment of program fee will be done at this time.

Program Participation—Participant needs to complete the four components as described
below.

Completion—Upon completion of all three Program components the Participant will be
given all the necessary documentation to present to the referring agency as proof of
Program completion.  
1. Group Counseling/Education Sessions.
Ten weekly sessions of two and one-half
hours each.

This is the suggested time for this
Program, it can be tailored to any length
as requested by the Court, Department
of Children and Family Services (DCFS),
Probation, or other referring agency.

These classes are available as follows:

Wednesday  7:00 pm to   9:00 pm, English
2. Face to Face Meetings.

Two individual interviews.
One meeting of one hour at time of
enrollment
One meeting of half hour at the end of the
Program.
These meetings are available Monday
through Friday from 10:00 am to 7:30 pm.
3. Self-Help Meetings.

Participants are required to attend one
meeting per week of Narcotics, Alcoholics,
Cocaine, Marijuana, Metamphetamine's
Anonymous, along with each required
number of sessions in the program.

For information on these meetings call
(818) 988-3001 or (818) 997-3822, or you
may visit
http://www.sfvaa.org
4. Program Fee.

The fee for the 10 Week Program is $
342.00. Participants have the option to pay
the full amount during intake or make
arrangements to make weekly payments

The following payment terms may be
arranged at time of enrollment:
$42.00 at enrollment time
$30.00 per class (10 payments).

NOTE This fee is based on 10 weeks of
Program duration;
For custom Programs please call us for
more information.