'Building Drug-Free Communities’

COPYRIGHT@CADCKE ( Community Anti-Drug Coalition of Kenya






Southern Hse Bldg 5th Flr, Murang'a Road,

P. O. Box 20138-00200, NAIROBI.

                     Tel: +254 720 316 019

+254 722 866 906

Email : info@cadcke.org


CADCKE uses and supports the adoption of SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) as a comprehensive guide in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of Substance abuse prevention efforts

Source: Sources: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration; CADCA National Community Anti-Drug Coalition Institute

Assessment- We collect data to determine the population needs, resources, and gaps. CADCKE has undertaken community assessment of Starehe Sub-County.

Capacity-mobilize and/or build up resources to meet goals.

Planning-development of a comprehensive plan. Following the community assessment of Starehe Sub-County CADCKE has developed logic models on priority substance abuse problems, their root causes, local conditions and suggested intervention approaches.

Implementation-carrying out of the plan, using comprehensive evidence-based prevention programs.

Evaluation-monitoring the implementation, measuring impact, and determining needed improvements.

We are always mindful of:

Sustainability-which is a process of integrating prevention into ongoing operations.

Cultural Competence-CADCKE and her allied Coalitions strives to interact with audiences from diverse backgrounds in areas where they operate.


ADCKE supports  engagement  at each step within the Public health model as advanced by the CDC.

The Social Ecological Model

Source: U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; http://www.cdc.gov/obesity/health_equity/culturalrelevance.html

CADCKE impelements evidenced-based interventions with long-lasting  impact by adrressing substance abuse in both the indidual and enviorment by focussing on two main domains, namely:

Individual Domain

1. Provide informations

2. Provide skill

3. Build Social support

Environment Dormain

1. Reduce barriers/enhance access

2. Change consequences/incentives

3. Alter the physical design of the environment

4. Change Policy and Rules