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C.A.D.A Program

"Save our Children Campaign"

Child Abuse (C.A.) Drug Abuse (D.A.)
Physical child abuse Pot - Marijuana
Sexual abuse Meth
Child sex traffiking Cocaine
Mental child abuse Bullying
Cyber Molly
Emotional Lean "dirty sprite"

If you have any questions or need a "mentor",

please contact: Michael Dunagan - Priceless Diamonds, Inc.


Or call: 770.655.1126

Detailed list of drugs and their effects:

Alcohol MDMA
Marijuana Meth
Bath salts Mushrooms
DXM Over-The-Counter drugs (OTC)
GHB Prescription drugs
Hallucinogens Rohypnol
Heroin Salvia
Inhalants Spice (Synthetic marijuana)
Ketamine Steroids
LSD Tobacco and Nicotine

About CADA

CADA is Island County's domestic violence and sexual assault agency. We provide free, confidential assistance for victims of domestic violence, dating violence, rape, child sexual abuse and sexual harassment. Services include crisis intervention, advocacy-based counseling, legal advocacy, medical advocacy, emergency shelter, support groups, parenting classes and community education and prevention.

Founded in 1979, CADA is accredited by the Washington State Office of Crime Victims Advocacy as a Community Sexual Assault Program and is a member of the Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Washington State Homelessness Coalition, United Way of Island County, and Oak Harbor, Langley, Coupeville and Stanwood Chambers of Commerce.

Mission statement: "To advocate with compassion for victims of domestic and sexual abuse, educate the public about such forms of abuse, develop programs to help prevent abuse in the future, and provide leadership in the community on issues of concern to women, men and children".

The agency's services are delivered without discrimination by reason of race, color, religion, disability, pregnancy, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, age, ethnicity, income, veteran status, marital status, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state or local law. CADA advocates provide information on victims' rights and options but this service should not be construed as legal advice. Clients are encouraged to contact an attorney for legal assistance.

Services are provided through grants from the state and federal government, local and regional foundations, and the generous support of our community. Donations are deeply appreciated. To contribute, or to find out more about CADA, please write to: Executive Director, P.O. BOX 190, Oak Harbor, WA 98277, call 360-675-7057 or send an email to cada@whidbey.net. You can also donate straight from our website on the right column of every page or go to our “Get Involved” tab. CADA is governed by a five member board of directors.

President: Cedric Niiro Vice President: Jan Pickard

Secretary: Mary Boyd

Steve Harada - Cate Andrews

Contact CADA: CADA

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