CADRE San Diego has been training professionals for over a decade and there are now over 300 change agents making a difference every day! CADRE San Diego would like to thank you for your dedication, drive, and excellent care you provide for consumers - as well as your investment in this organization to keep making improvements, to collaborate, share, and network!
Find out about varied CADRE San Diego committees by scrolling down - please join us with your ideas, questions, suggestions, and valuable contributions.
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HOW TO BECOME A CADRE MEMBER
CADRE membership can be attained in two ways. The first one is by completing a comprehensive CADRE training. Once a year, a select and limited number of qualified applicants receives extensive CADRE training through the County of San Diego. Applicants are rigorously selected by the County of San Diego Contracting Officer’s Technical Representatives (CORS) from each of the sectors. If you would like to apply to CADRE training, please contact your COR directly.
The second way of attaining membership is by having received CADRE training in your organization via the "Train the Trainer" system. If your organization is a CADRE member, utilizes a CADRE approved "Train the Trainer" system to train employees, then you may apply for membership by contacting the Executive Committee and completing the application process. Please contact us for more information if you have been CADRE trained within your organization - we welcome you to join the CADRE!
BENEFITS OF BEING AN ACTIVE CADRE MEMBER
CADRE San Diego now has over 300 members from dozens of organizations, including the County of San Diego. For a list of CADRE member organizations, refer to the "For Consumers" page.
CADRE SAN DIEGO COMMITTEES
Below you will find information on CADRE committee and meetings. Please note that all meetings are open meetings to CADRE members, except the Executive Committee meeting, which is a closed meeting. If you wish to contact any of the committee's chairs, please use the "Contact Us" form on this website or contact them directly via the "Executive Officers" page. Please consult the "Calendar" on this website to check for updates and current information.
Please note: There are no subcommittee meetings during the month of Quarterly Meetings.
The mission of the CADRE (Change Agents Developing Recovery Excellence) is to function as a team of change agents for the Comprehensive Continuous Integrated System of Care (CCISC) initiative throughout San Diego County and to assist in the creation of empathic, hopeful and integrated services for clients and their families. The CADRE promotes the understanding that co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders, as well as the need for integrated health care, are expectations not exceptions.
The mission of the Executive Sub-Committee is to guide, oversea, and support all facets of the CADRE and its subcommittees to ensure the implementation of the San Diego Comprehensive Continuous Integrated System of Care (CCISC) initiative.
Please note: this is a closed meeting
To develop integrated co-occurring training and technical assistance in accordance with CCISC and COCE standards; To create healthy communities using evidence-based practices. To provide a vital link between systems, consumers and families.
The mission of the CADRE CYT Sub-committee is to strengthen the CCISC initiative in its vision to deliver wide-ranging services for children, adolescents and families. We will serve as a forum for service providers to enhance treatment for children and adolescents experiencing or impacted by co-occurring disorders in order to promote health and resiliency within our youth.