Cherokee County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse is a facility for the prevention, intervention, and other drug problems. The Commission, founded in 1972, is governed by a seven member Board of Directors appointed by the Cherokee County Council. The Commission contracts with the S.C. Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Services (DAODAS) as part of that organization’s statewide 301 system.
The mission of Cherokee County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (CCCADA) is to provide Cherokee County Citizens in need, with quality, yet affordable behavioral health care services.
The Vision of the Cherokee County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse is to respond effectively to behavioral health needs of citizens of Cherokee County.
The professional staff of CCCADA also follow the ethical standards for counselors along with all state and federal counselor/client laws. We are guided by our principles that focus on addiction being a preventable and treatable disease. The citizen-client will always be a top priority at CCCADA.
At CCCADA we always strive to be:
We are here to provide the community with the highest form of respect…. to listen. Our staff will treat every individual with the respect they deserve and listen to the needs that we can help with.
We want to practice what we teach and be the example of integrity the community can look to for an honest helping hand in recovery. We always strive to lead by example.
We are here to show the community that every ounce of effort and determination is to help light the path to recovery.
The mission of Cherokee Recovery (Cherokee County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse is to provide Cherokee County Citizens in need with quality, yet affordable behavioral healthcare services.
Lighting the Path To Recovery
Projects and Programs funded in full or in part with Federal Block Grant Funds.
Licensed by South Carolina Department of Health & Environmental Control (DHEC) and accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)
Official Service Provider for Medicaid and other insurance providers.
CCCADA is a non-profit Governmental entity. All contributions and donations are tax deductible.
CCCADA is committed to promoting accessibility to services for all individuals.
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