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With several locations throughout Memphis, Tennessee, the Cocaine and Alcohol Awareness Program (CAAP) is one of the largest behavioral health organizations in the state. The non-profit was originally established in 1989 as an stand-alone outpatient program and over time expanded to five locations, helping over 1000 people a year with issues like homelessness, domestic violence, addiction and co-occurring disorders. Treatment options now include residential as well as outpatient care in the form of an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).

Accommodations and Food

CAAP’s residential programs focus on homeless veterans with chemical dependency and female addicts coming out of correctional facilities. There is also an extended care program for long-term treatment. The facilities vary in size but on average accommodate about 19 clients in double-occupancy rooms which they share with one other same-gender resident. On-site laundry and exercise equipment are provided. The minimum stay in extended care is six months but duration of treatment in the other programs can vary. The cost of food is included in the price of treatment and residents are served three meals and snacks every day.

Treatment and Staff

Treatment begins with an assessment, after which clients are placed in an appropriate program. The female correctional program develops individualized treatment plans with residents enrolled in one of three tracks: the first 120 days, the middle 120 to 150 days and then 150 days to a full year. All programs involve group and individual counseling using CBT and focus on addiction, anger management, conflict resolution, parenting skills, relapse prevention, GED preparation and job readiness.

In addition, the extended care program addresses life skills, job placement and educational groups. Because CAAP endorses the belief that addiction is a family disease, family involvement is a major part of treatment. Recreational therapy is also worked into the schedule, as well as regular drug testing and 12-step work. There is a veterans’ housing program, which accepts both men and women of all ages and takes referrals from veteran’s centers and other related organizations. This track is less structured and serves more as transitional living program.

The IOP is available for both primary care and aftercare. Groups are scheduled both in the mornings and evenings and follow a similar curriculum as the residential programs, dealing with chemical dependency as well as anger management, relapse prevention and other related issues.

Staff includes 45 full-time and nine part-time employees comprised of state-licensed drug counselors as well as those in training for certification.


While CAAAP does not offer medical detox, it does offer acudetox—by way of acupuncture. A DUI program is also offered as well as support for victims of domestic violence.

Place of Hope is CAAP’s 15-unit affordable housing complex set aside for those with mental and physical disabilities. Services include case management, outreach education as well as medical and physical evaluations. The organization also has a 50-unit complex called Uptown Manor that provides affordable housing for senior citizens.

Clients sentenced through drug court can be placed in outpatient or residential programs as necessary. HIV/AIDS intervention services are available as well, including community outreach, education, testing, counseling, job placement, GED assistance and referrals to additional services. Literacy programs are also available.

Post-Intervention and Summary

The Cocaine and Alcohol Awareness Program is an expansive behavioral health organization serving communities of the Greater Memphis area. In addition to addiction treatment and support for co-occurring disorders, its programs offer a wide range of educational and outreach support services both for veterans in need and the community at large—making it an affordable and valuable resource for those in the area.

Cocaine and Alcohol Awareness Program (CAAP) Locations

Extended Residential
4023 Knight Arnold Rd
Memphis, TN 38118

Transitional Program
3375 Winbrook
Memphis, TN, 38116

Supportive Housing
1725 Pinebrook
Memphis, TN 38116

Cocaine and Alcohol Awareness Program (CAAP) Cost

Sliding scale. Reach Cocaine and Alcohol Awareness Program (CAAP) by phone at (901) 367-7550 (extended residential), (901) 346-1146 (transitional program) or (901) 395-0964 (supportive housing). Find Cocaine and Alcohol Awareness Program (CAAP) on Facebook

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