ADAPT was established in the 1990s to address the rising impact of substance use disorder among Asian American and other immigrant populations. This experience laid a strong foundation for working with and meeting the needs of diverse populations, such as family and social supports. Recognizing that recovery is a lifelong process, our healing approaches address the physical, mental and emotional health of our clients.
ADAPT is open to San Francisco residents 18 year and older with a substance use disorder and/or mental health needs. Services include screening and assessment, individual and group counseling, process and psycho-education groups, case management, relapse prevention, recreational activities and continuing care. ADAPT has structured activities which encourage clients to build independence, self sufficiency, confidence, pride and supportive relationships within the community setting and thereby reduce use of substances.
This project is funded by San Francisco Department of Public Health - Community Behavioral Health Services.