CAAP, Inc., 4041 Knight Arnold, Memphis, TN  38118 - Albert L. Richardson, Executive Director

CAAP, INC.

Cocaine and Alcohol Awareness Program, Inc.

A culturally sensitive approach to behavioral health and co-occuring mental health disorders - Established in 1989 as a non-profit 501(c)(3) program

(901) 360-0442

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CAAP, Inc. began by providing counseling services for drug and alcohol dependent individuals on an outpatient basis. Since that time, it has evolved into a major provider of supportive services for those individuals that exhibit a determined need. A large segment of the targeted population that CAAP, Inc. serves would not qualify for services offered by other agencies due to the limited focus of those agencies.

CAAP, Inc. provides premium behavioral health and co-occuring mental health disorder services for those that can't afford premium costs.

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Our quest has been "to be an agency that makes constructive and sustaining differences in the lives of the poor and indigent as promoters of self-sufficiency."

CAAP, Inc., an organization offering a wide variety of programs serving a diverse client base, is truly a unique and diverse treatment provider.  It is one of the largest behavioral health and co-occuring mental health disorder providers in the State of Tennessee and the only one that has such a diversity in funding revenue.  Also, CAAP, Inc. is one of the largest Community Based Organizations (CBO) in Tennessee, serving the needs of the community and has relationships with other community based organizations.

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How is CAAP, Inc. different from other treatment centers?

  • CAAP, Inc.  provides time flexible programs with treatments ranging from 6 months to 2 years.  All treatment programs are customized and designed to meet the needs of the individual.

  • Offers literacy programs and GED preparation
  • Provides transportation
  • Provides access to the MATA bus lines (all facilities are on the MATA bus lines)
  • Helps provide job readiness and placement
  • Provides program access to the Hispanic population.  CAAP, Inc. has recently added a Hispanic outreach coordinator, making  the CAAP, Inc. treatment offerings available to Hispanic individuals
  • Provides an abundance of "wrap around services" addressing many of the clients immediate needs such as medical and dental care and also address their long term needs for a successful transition back into society

Cocaine Alcohol Awareness Program

4041 Knight Arnold Rd., Memphis, TN 38118

(901) 360-0442 - voice     (901) 360-0864 - fax

Albert L. Richardson, Executive Director

General Information:  caapinc@bellsouth.net

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