Provide outpatient services, assessments, and groups to tribal members in a ten-county service area. Kiowa tribal members are top priority. We also serve members of other federally recognized tribes.
Kiowa Alcohol and Drug abuse Program (KADAP) Resource Information
Philosophy Statement: We believe addiction is a primary, progressive, chronic, and potentially fatal disease. We are committed to recognize, treat, and prevent substance abuse or dependence, as well as to preserve individuality based on self-esteem, self-image, and self-worth. We hope to pass on to others that they too can achieve a clean and sober life by taking responsibility and action to rebuild their lives.
10-County Service Area: Kiowa, Caddo, Canadian, Comanche, Cotton, Custer, Grady, Jackson, Tillman, and Washita counties. We give top priority to Kiowa tribal members, but have continually served those of other federally recognized Native American tribes. However, our A. A. meetings welcome those of other races, the Anadarko Community and surrounding area. Sometimes, we have gone beyond our service area to serve tribal members in other counties and will continue to do so, if necessary.
Services: Individual & Family Counseling; outreach services; alcohol & drug education; prevention activities for youth and adults; court-ordered assessments; court intervention; aftercare services; daily A.A. group meetings (9:30-10:30 a.m.); and referrals. KADAP also hosts youth and adult activities toward alcohol & drug prevention.
KADAP also offers White Bison teaching and offers other classes at other times of the year. Some of the classes we have hosted in the past include parenthood training, anger management, and life skills.
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Location: KADAP is now located at 119 South East First Street, Suite B, in Anadarko. Please use the southeast door on the south side of the building. Feel free to drop by the office for a visit.
Peggy A. Fraley, BS, ICADC
Charisse A. Redbone, CADC Candidate
Currently being filled by DHS-CWEP Worker