The Cook Inlet Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Program (CICADA) provides comprehensive support for individuals who want to reduce their chemical dependency and regain control over their lives.
The mission of the Cook Inlet Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (CICADA) is to treat alcohol and drug addiction on the Kenai Peninsula, employing prevention strategies, clinically proficient treatment, family intervention, and referral services.
Alcohol and drug abuse is regarded as a top priority health issue in our nation and central to social problems in the State of Alaska. The singular philosophy of CICADA is that chemical dependency is a treatable disease.
CICADA treatment centers provide ongoing outpatient care: special groups and programs for adolescents, persons with co-occuring mental and substance abuse disorders, men, women, and teens, as well as, criminal justice groups. Special language services provided include assistance for hearing impaired. Payments via medicaid and private insurance are accepted.
CICADA’s integrative Intensive Outpatient Programs for men and women: Sessions include educational topics on Addiction, Recovery and Relapse Prevention, group process, as well as individualized attention to your needs.