Our Involvement In the Community

At La Jolla Addiction Healing Center, we know how important it is to work with and give back to our community through partnerships with non-profits and other local organizations.


A New Path: Parents for Addiction Treatment and Healing

 

 

 

A non-profit advocacy organization of parents, concerned citizens, individuals in recovery, healthcare professionals and community leaders working together to educate the public, media and decision makers about the true nature of the disease of addiction, and to expand access to treatment services. We advocate to end discriminatory drug policies that serve as roadblocks to recovery.

 

The National Cheers Foundation was established in the summer of 2012 by a group of caring professionals and community leaders in La Jolla, California. Facilitated by our annual gala and “joie de vivre” grant program, the foundation raises funds to support medical research and health institutions, health advocacy groups and outreach programs, and has developed a resource and educational program that offers to women the ability to empower themselves. Click here for more information and news & events.

CYMO Foundation

The Cymo Foundation was created by Kamrans wife Kiyan in memory of her son Cyrus Moinzadeh who overdosed on OxyContin at the age of 23. In his memory, CyMo supports and mentors adolescents who either have or are developing a substance abuse problem, as well as adolescents whose parents have an addiction or substance abuse problem. CyMo is committed to providing any kind of support necessary for the well-being of the adolescent— emotional, mental and/or financial. LJAHC has partnered with CyMo to ensure that financial constraints do not prevent a child from getting the help they need. Rehabilitation can be very expensive, but the professionals at LJAHC donate their time and expertise in order to alleviate some of the costs, and ensure every child is set up for a healthy and successful future.

Additional Resources:

Alcoholics Anonymous San Diego (County-wide schedule of meetings)

Narcotics Anonymous San Diego (County-wide schedule of meetings)

SMART Recovery San Diego (County-wide schedule of meetings)

Links:

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

SAY San Diego (SAY)