About MAAP

In 1975 MAAP (Mexican American Addiction Program) Inc. was established with the opening of the Mi Casa recovery home for Mexican American adult males; eventually welcoming adult males of all ethnicity. Today MAAP provides programs focused on Addiction and Mental Health, for youth, adults, and the elderly of all ethnicities and lifestyles.

MAAP is now one of the largest multi-cultural cultural competent Drug and Alcohol providers in the region. Currently MAAP employees 48 employees and offers 6 different programs. MAAP is a 501(c) non-profit organization. MAAP has a Board of Directors, an Executive Director and Several Senior Program and Administrative positions. Please follow the link below to view Board of Director Meeting Minutes and Archives.