The California Partnership for Access to Treatment (CPAT)
is a diverse network of advocacy organizations, community groups,
health care providers and employers committed to increasing access
to prescription medicines to ensure a healthy and productive California.
The purpose of CPAT is to serve as a communications and resource network to keep its partners and the communities they serve informed about critical issues involving access to treatment in California.
Behavioral Health Services
Since 1972, Alpha has been dedicated to helping the diverse community
of Mid-City to help themselves by providing guidance, training,
and supportive services. Alpha continues to serve the community
by providing youth diversion, family problem-solving, and by meeting
immediate needs for food, housing, and other human services.
Alpha Behavioral Health Services (ABHS) is a non-profit social
service agency located in San Diego, California and is dedicated
to helping underserved San Diego communities move toward success
by providing guidance, training and supportive services.
CPAT features four partners each month. Check back
frequently for more CPAT Partner Spotlights.