In 1972, a man named Dean Duncan and other local businessmen made it their mission to provide a safe haven for homeless alcoholic men. The following year CAP was incorporated as a treatment program for alcoholism.
Over the years it has evolved to meet greater addiction recovery needs in the community. CAP now offers detoxification and stabilization services, residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation treatment and transitional living for adult men and women.
Committed to rebuilding lives, families, and communities CAP serves over 200 clients a year. Through its services CAP provides clients with the skills and tools to help recover from addiction and build independent sustainable lives in the community.VISION
Comprehensive Addiction Programs envisions individuals, families, neighborhoods and communities free from the consequences of alcohol and drug addiction. MISSION
CAP’s mission is to provide a safe, hate-free environment that supports recovery from addiction to live a healthy lifestyle.
All CAP service delivery processes will developed, implemented, and maintained in a manner and in an environment that embodies: TRUST: An environment of physical and emotional safety within which clients and staff work together toward common goals.
DIVERSITY: Respect and appreciation for the ethnic, cultural, linguistic, gender, and spiritual differences among our clients and staff.
RESPECT: Acknowledgement and acceptance of the traditions, beliefs and values of those we serve.
HONESTY: Interactions with others that are sincere, truthful, fair, and genuine.
INTEGRITY: Acting according to the values, beliefs and principles we claim to hold.
- Commitment to the vision, mission and values will be demonstrated in every aspect of service delivery in every program or activity.
- Any proposed activity, whether on CAP property or supported by the agency at off-site locations, will only be approved if it clearly serves the intent of CAP’s mission