|Mission||C.A.S.A is committed to providing a crisis intervention, community-based prevention, treatment and rehabilitation service to persons experiencing substance abuse and related problems regardless of culture, ethnic origin, religion, age, sexual preference, disability or social status.|
CASA is a non-profit, non-governmental (NGO) community-based Substance Abuse Treatment Centre established in 2000 with the purpose of helping individuals and families experiencing substance abuse and other related problems. CASA is also a non-residential facility and caters to children, Adolescents and adults ages 10 and upwards who are experiencing difficulties with legal drugs such as alcohol and illegal drugs e.g. marijuana, cocaine, or any other.
Here at CASA we Aim to;
Provide an effective and confidential service with a focus on Education, Prevention, Treatment, Habilitation, Rehabilitation and After care.
Help individuals and families experiencing problems and to assist groups and organizations in understanding and tackling substance abuse problems in homes and communities
Participate in initiatives with other treatment centres and the NCSA to address demand reduction efforts in Prevention, Treatment, Rehabilitation and Research as set out in the Barbados National Anti-Drug Plan.
We offer a variety of Programs and Services.
*EAP - Employee Assistant
*Families Support Sessions
*Drug Treatment Court Referrals
*Special Therapy for
*Assert Yourself Programme
*CEPAG - Children Education and Prevention Awareness Group