Andrea Mobley presents Council on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse (CADA)'s search for Adult Mentor Volunteers on October 12th to Lompoc Rotary

About CADA

Since 1949, CADA has delivered a variety of programs and services focused on education, prevention and treatment of substance abuse and related mental health conditions affecting youth, adults and families throughout the county. It partners with schools, community leaders, law enforcement, health care providers and others in an effort to providing safe, nurturing environments and programs that focus on developing positive, productive life experiences that strengthen families and the community.

Its mentor program began 18 years ago in southern Santa Barbara County. Now, with grants from Santa Barbara Towbes Foundation and SG Foundation, CADA is working toward developing mentorships in Lompoc and Santa Maria.

Mobley has already developed agreements with Lompoc Unified School District and Santa Maria-Bonita School District to serve students in third through eighth grades. Now she’s seeking adult volunteers willing to commit one hour per week for the duration of a school year.

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About Andrea Mobley

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