Substance Abuse Education Program
The Substance Abuse Education Program (SAEP) is a two-day program specifically designed to intervene on substance use by raising consciousness about the effect that alcohol and/or drug use has on the individual’s life and others around them. Any person who uses substance or who is affected by someone else’s use may participate in the education process. The cost is $200 and it is due at the time of registration. The two-day sessions are offered every month on a weekend.
Duration: 16 Hours
*If online registration for this class is closed, you may register in person on the first day of class.
NOTE: Pre-register and pay in full to reserve your spot. If you do not pre-register, please arrive at 8:00 a.m. on the first day of class, and you will be permitted to register if space is available. Payment in full is required before you may attend the class. Space is limited and is available on a 'first-come, first-serve' basis. BACODA reserves the right to cancel a class at anytime if more than 10 individuals are not present for class.
BACODA is funded by TDSHS, United Way, fees for services, foundations, and donations.
The January 2019 class has been cancelled due to low enrollment. Please register for the February 2019 class.