UMADAOP Miguel Prieto Treatment Services CASA ALMA/CASA MARIA relocates
After more than 15 years located at a two-floor building convent in the premises of the Blessed Sacrament Church on Fulton and Trowbridge, Hispanic UMADAOP Miguel PrietoTreatment Services CASA ALMA/CASA MARIA is relocating to 2202 Prame Avenue, Cleveland, a property of West Side Ministries. The new home (three floors and a basement), 11,000 square feet, will house up to nine men and six women as part of our inpatient residential chemical dependency treatment program.
The Hispanic Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Outreach Program, Inc. (Hispanic UMADAOP) is a state-certified organization which has been responsibly providing essential bilingual and bicultural alcohol and drug treatment and prevention services to residents of the Latino and Near West Side community for more than 20 years.
“We are very excited to reopen CASA ALMA/CASA MARIA and continue to provide our customary quality treatment services to the Cleveland community as our founder, Miguel Prieto, did so many years ago, ” said Hispanic UMADAOP Board of Trustees Chair, Luis Gómez.
Hispanic UMADAOP management hosted an Open House on October 12, 2012 with a reception, presentation and ribbon cutting ceremony, and a tour of the facility.
For additional information contact, Mayra Irizarry, Administrative Assistant, at 216-459-1222 or Francisco J. Alfonzo, Acting Executive Director at [email protected].