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Upcoming Events

 


Summit for Danny Spain

May 18-28, 2015

Reserve your spot now!

Hike the legenday Camino de Santiago to raise funds for the Daniel Bryant Youth and Family Center.

 


 

The Gratitude Luncheon:

Honoring the Mentors in Your Life

Thursday, February 19

Four Seasons Biltmore

A Benefit for the Fighting Back Mentor Program
 


 

 


2015 Amethyst Ball

April 11, 2015

Bacara Resort and Spa

 

 

Parents: Join the Santa Barbara Committed Campaign...


by pledging to make your home a safe place where alcohol is not served to teens. Take the pledge by clicking the button below. 

 

PARENT PLEDGE

 


 

Sign Up for the ParentSmart Newsletter!


A collaborative effort to provide parents with up-to-date information and concrete tools.

 

 

Upcoming Events

 


Summit for Danny Spain

May 18-28, 2015

Reserve your spot now!

Hike the legenday Camino de Santiago to raise funds for the Daniel Bryant Youth and Family Center.

 


 

The Gratitude Luncheon:

Honoring the Mentors in Your Life

Thursday, February 19

Four Seasons Biltmore

A Benefit for the Fighting Back Mentor Program
 


 

 


2015 Amethyst Ball

April 11, 2015

Bacara Resort and Spa

 

 

Parents: Join the Santa Barbara Committed Campaign...


by pledging to make your home a safe place where alcohol is not served to teens. Take the pledge by clicking the button below. 

 

PARENT PLEDGE

 


 

Sign Up for the ParentSmart Newsletter!


A collaborative effort to provide parents with up-to-date information and concrete tools.

 

 



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Council on Alcoholism & Drug AbuseBuilding a Safer,
Healthier Community

 

The mission of the Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse is building a safer, healthier community by preventing and treating alcoholism and drug abuse.

 

We welcome you to our website, invite you to learn more about our many programs throughout Santa Barbara County, and hope you will consider supporting our work. If you or a friend or family member need help with a substance abuse problem, our knowledgeable and professional staff is available to answer any questions you have and provide assistance or referral as needed. Please call us at (805) 963-1433 for further information.  

 

Council on Alcoholism & Drug AbuseBuilding a Safer,
Healthier Community

 

The mission of the Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse is building a safer, healthier community by preventing and treating alcoholism and drug abuse.

 

We welcome you to our website, invite you to learn more about our many programs throughout Santa Barbara County, and hope you will consider supporting our work. If you or a friend or family member need help with a substance abuse problem, our knowledgeable and professional staff is available to answer any questions you have and provide assistance or referral as needed. Please call us at (805) 963-1433 for further information.  

 

 


CADA's Spring Fundraisers


There are so many ways to enjoy yourself this Spring and support different CADA programs at the same time! Read on to find out more about the Gratitude Luncheon, benefiting our Mentor Program, the Amethyst Ball, our major fundraiser of the year, and our International Climb to Spain, benefiting the Daniel Bryant Youth and Family Center.

 


 

Hiking for a Cause on the Legendary Camino de Santiago: May 18 - 28, 2015

 

We are taking reservations now for the 10th Annual Summit for Danny Destination Climb on the legendary trail of Camino de Santiago. For over one thousand years, the Camino de Santiago, or the Way of St. James, has attracted countless spiritual and adventure-seeking pilgrims alike. The historic town and cathedral of Santiago de Compostela—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—houses the remains of the Apostle James, said to have brought Christianity to Spain.
 

During the Middle Ages, traveling over the mighty Pyrenees from all over Europe to see such a powerful relic became more than just a spiritual journey; for many, it was the quest of a lifetime. While Santiago de Compostela still draws the faithful today, the stunning trail system leading to it also entices hikers to experience the exhilaration of trekking through two countries, varied terrain, and a millennium’s worth of legends. We hope you will join us for the experience of a lifetime, while raising funds to support the Daniel Bryant Youth and Family Center.

>Read More

 


 

Join Us for the 4th Annual Gratitude Luncheon:

Celebrating the Mentors in Your Life

Thursday, February 19
 

The Gratitude Luncheon is the primary fundraising source for the Mentor Program and a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the mentors in our lives. This year's luncheon will be held on Thursday, February 19th from 11:30am to 1:30pm in the La Pacifica Ballroom of The Biltmore Four Seasons Resort.

This year's Gratitude Luncheon is led by Founder and Honorary Chair Anne Smith Towbes along with Co-Chairs Marybeth Carty and John Daly. The event will feature Chris Gocong, former NFL linebacker for the Philadelphia Eagles and Cleveland Browns. Chris is familiar with some of the difficulties our mentees face and will share his inspiring story of overcoming the challenges of his own youth and the mentors who helped him along the way.

We are also excited to honor long-time mentor and Founding Director of Beyond Tolerance, Adele Rosen, with our annual Penny Jenkins Mentor Champion Award. Adele has been an outstanding mentor with our program for over 7 years and is a tireless advocate for youth and the Santa Barbara community.

 

To make your reservations or become an event sponsor, contact Ann Cowell at (805) 722-1323.
>Read More

 


 

Join Us for the 2015 Amethyst Ball

Saturday, April 11, 2015  •  Bacara Resort & Spa
 


The 2015 Amethyst Ball will be a memorable evening of 1960's British Invasion music by the incomparable Herman's Hermits, starring Peter Noone and special guests! This will be an Amethyst Ball like no other, and we are excited to share the magic of this event with you. Don a tuxedo or your best 60's attire and pose at the step and repeat, sip a Pimms Cup on the terrace as you peruse our beautifully merchandised silent auction or join friends in one of several Pucci-inspired outdoor living rooms whilst enjoying a mocktail under the stars. Once inside the stunningly designed Ballroom, join us for an exquisite dinner and a brief live auction and program, followed by a phenomenal performance, as only Peter Noone can deliver. Put on your dancing shoes, as you will not be able to stay in your seat for this amazing show. We encourage you to buy tables and sponsorships early, as this event will sell out.

The Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse was established in 1949 by a small group of Santa Barbara citizens and has grown into the largest organization in the county for the prevention and treatment of alcohol and drug abuse, serving over 12,000 youth and adults over its many years! The Amethyst Ball is CADA's premier fundraising event. By attending and supporting The 2015 Amethyst Ball, you are helping to change the lives of your neighbors struggling with addition and furthering CADA's mission of building a safer and healthier community.

To become an event sponsor or purchase tickets, please click here.

If you have any questions or would like more information on sponsorship benefits, please contact CADA at (805) 722-1306 or events@cadasb.org.

 


 

 


CADA's Spring Fundraisers


There are so many ways to enjoy yourself this Spring and support different CADA programs at the same time! Read on to find out more about the Gratitude Luncheon, benefiting our Mentor Program, the Amethyst Ball, our major fundraiser of the year, and our International Climb to Spain, benefiting the Daniel Bryant Youth and Family Center.

 


 

Hiking for a Cause on the Legendary Camino de Santiago: May 18 - 28, 2015

 

We are taking reservations now for the 10th Annual Summit for Danny Destination Climb on the legendary trail of Camino de Santiago. For over one thousand years, the Camino de Santiago, or the Way of St. James, has attracted countless spiritual and adventure-seeking pilgrims alike. The historic town and cathedral of Santiago de Compostela—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—houses the remains of the Apostle James, said to have brought Christianity to Spain.
 

During the Middle Ages, traveling over the mighty Pyrenees from all over Europe to see such a powerful relic became more than just a spiritual journey; for many, it was the quest of a lifetime. While Santiago de Compostela still draws the faithful today, the stunning trail system leading to it also entices hikers to experience the exhilaration of trekking through two countries, varied terrain, and a millennium’s worth of legends. We hope you will join us for the experience of a lifetime, while raising funds to support the Daniel Bryant Youth and Family Center.

>Read More

 


 

Join Us for the 4th Annual Gratitude Luncheon:

Celebrating the Mentors in Your Life

Thursday, February 19
 

The Gratitude Luncheon is the primary fundraising source for the Mentor Program and a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the mentors in our lives. This year's luncheon will be held on Thursday, February 19th from 11:30am to 1:30pm in the La Pacifica Ballroom of The Biltmore Four Seasons Resort.

This year's Gratitude Luncheon is led by Founder and Honorary Chair Anne Smith Towbes along with Co-Chairs Marybeth Carty and John Daly. The event will feature Chris Gocong, former NFL linebacker for the Philadelphia Eagles and Cleveland Browns. Chris is familiar with some of the difficulties our mentees face and will share his inspiring story of overcoming the challenges of his own youth and the mentors who helped him along the way.

We are also excited to honor long-time mentor and Founding Director of Beyond Tolerance, Adele Rosen, with our annual Penny Jenkins Mentor Champion Award. Adele has been an outstanding mentor with our program for over 7 years and is a tireless advocate for youth and the Santa Barbara community.

 

To make your reservations or become an event sponsor, contact Ann Cowell at (805) 722-1323.
>Read More

 


 

Join Us for the 2015 Amethyst Ball

Saturday, April 11, 2015  •  Bacara Resort & Spa
 


The 2015 Amethyst Ball will be a memorable evening of 1960's British Invasion music by the incomparable Herman's Hermits, starring Peter Noone and special guests! This will be an Amethyst Ball like no other, and we are excited to share the magic of this event with you. Don a tuxedo or your best 60's attire and pose at the step and repeat, sip a Pimms Cup on the terrace as you peruse our beautifully merchandised silent auction or join friends in one of several Pucci-inspired outdoor living rooms whilst enjoying a mocktail under the stars. Once inside the stunningly designed Ballroom, join us for an exquisite dinner and a brief live auction and program, followed by a phenomenal performance, as only Peter Noone can deliver. Put on your dancing shoes, as you will not be able to stay in your seat for this amazing show. We encourage you to buy tables and sponsorships early, as this event will sell out.

The Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse was established in 1949 by a small group of Santa Barbara citizens and has grown into the largest organization in the county for the prevention and treatment of alcohol and drug abuse, serving over 12,000 youth and adults over its many years! The Amethyst Ball is CADA's premier fundraising event. By attending and supporting The 2015 Amethyst Ball, you are helping to change the lives of your neighbors struggling with addition and furthering CADA's mission of building a safer and healthier community.

To become an event sponsor or purchase tickets, please click here.

If you have any questions or would like more information on sponsorship benefits, please contact CADA at (805) 722-1306 or events@cadasb.org.

 


 

Fighting Back Against
Alcohol & Drug Abuse

 

Santa Barbara Fighting Back

 

CADA is the administrative agency for Santa Barbara Fighting Back, a community collaborative that works together to plan and implement community-wide initiatives to address the problems caused by substance abuse.

 


Fighting Back Against
Alcohol & Drug Abuse

 

Santa Barbara Fighting Back

 

CADA is the administrative agency for Santa Barbara Fighting Back, a community collaborative that works together to plan and implement community-wide initiatives to address the problems caused by substance abuse.

 


 


 

Download CADA's

2013-2014
Annual Report

In this Issue:

 

  • President's Message 
  • CADA's School-Based
    Programs
  • Daniel Bryant Youth
    & Family Center 
  • Project Recovery
    Adult Treatment Programs
  • Adult Counseling
    and Education Programs 
  • Financial Statement
  • The CADA Family of Support

 


 

Fighting Back
Mentor Program
Online Resource Center
 

Online Mentor Resource Center

The Fighting Back Mentor Program has launched an online resource center: www.mentor-center.org. This website offers mentors and others interested in the program with detailed information about how to become a mentor, or how to get involved in the program in other ways, like volunteering, donating, or helping to recruit mentors. Primarily, the purpose of the site is to provide resources for mentors on activities they can do with their mentee, community events, and in-depth articles on a variety of youth development topics and issues facing children and teens today. Topics cover every area of life — school, personal life, social life, health, substance abuse prevention, gang prevention, and more. It's also a great resource for parents! We hope you will visit the site, make use of the resources you'll find there and give us your feedback.

 

The Mentor Resource Center was made possible by a grant from The Towbes Foundation.

 


 

 


 

Download CADA's

2013-2014
Annual Report

In this Issue:

 

  • President's Message 
  • CADA's School-Based
    Programs
  • Daniel Bryant Youth
    & Family Center 
  • Project Recovery
    Adult Treatment Programs
  • Adult Counseling
    and Education Programs 
  • Financial Statement
  • The CADA Family of Support

 


 

Fighting Back
Mentor Program
Online Resource Center
 

Online Mentor Resource Center

The Fighting Back Mentor Program has launched an online resource center: www.mentor-center.org. This website offers mentors and others interested in the program with detailed information about how to become a mentor, or how to get involved in the program in other ways, like volunteering, donating, or helping to recruit mentors. Primarily, the purpose of the site is to provide resources for mentors on activities they can do with their mentee, community events, and in-depth articles on a variety of youth development topics and issues facing children and teens today. Topics cover every area of life — school, personal life, social life, health, substance abuse prevention, gang prevention, and more. It's also a great resource for parents! We hope you will visit the site, make use of the resources you'll find there and give us your feedback.

 

The Mentor Resource Center was made possible by a grant from The Towbes Foundation.

 


 

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