The Center for Adolescent Addiction Recovery (The CAAR)
The Center for Adolescent Addiction Recovery   (The CAAR)

Call us at 714.398.8491

The CAAR

 

 

1210 N. Jefferson Street

Suite F

Anaheim, CA 92807

 

 

NEED HELP NOW?

Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255

This is a FREE 24-hour hotline

 

 

NO STIGMA ART EVENTS

 

Thank you all for helping make our 

NO STIGMA art events a success!

 

These events help promote awareness and compassion about the Stigma surrounding mental and addictive disorders 

 

HELP SUPPORT THE CAAR!

Some great ways to help support our life changing and saving mission for adolescents and young adults:

 

Register: The Center For Adolescent Addiction Recovery as your charity with  smile.amazon.com   and everytime you shop, Amazon will donate to the CAAR! 

 

Donate: Our organization is a 501(c) charity and 100 % of your donations are tax deductable! 

Tax EIN # 46-4417883

 

VOLUNTEER: We can always use help at one of our fun events!

 

Welcome to The CAAR

A place where you can

Recover & Rediscover!

The Center for Adolescent Addiction Recovery

was founded in loving memory of:

 

John G. Berberich

 

The CAAR is committed to helping young people

whose lives have become chaotic and out of control.

We are a non-profit outpatient treatment center.

We are dedicated to helping adolescents and young adults

with mental health & addictive disorders

learn how to feel better without drugs

 

What are Co-Occuring Disorders?

 

                  Co-occurring disorders develop when a person who is experiencing emotional pain tries to feel better by using substances to self-medicate. 

Treatment for co-occurring disorders involves treating

mental and addictive disorders at the same time.

 

The CAAR's Mission

 

            The CAAR strives to increase community understanding and involvement to reduce
the Stigma attached to addiction and mental illness

and to encourage adolescents, young adults and their families

to seek help rather than feel undeserved shame and to suffer in isolation.

 

 

 

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