Over 150 members treating over10,000 people annually
APRAK is a non-profit organization limited by guarantee and registered under the Company's Act 2015. We are a national network of alcohol, drug and other behavioural addiction prevention, rehabilitation and care centers/programs across the Republic of Kenya.
20 Years Professional Experience
The association also serves as a platform for unified engagement with other external stakeholders including the national and county government, bilateral and multilateral agencies that support addictions prevention, treatment and care activities as well as local communities.
Addiction is preventable and treatable
Through its partners and consultants, APRAK provides Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) provides education, support and capacity building to community health centers and other health care and social service providers on best practices caring for patients with substance use disorders.READ MORE
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The Nacada Kenya (2018)
The National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (NACADA).
Office of the Deputy President (2021)
During the commemoration of the International Day Against Drug abuse and Illicit Trafficking and the launch of the Addiction Prevention and Rehabilitation Association of Kenya, Karen, Nairobi County.
Kenya Alliance of Residents Association
KARA is the umbrella body representing the voice and proactive action of Resident Associations on consumers and taxpayers rights countrywide.
Our mission is to unify, represent, and empower addictions focused services providers to achieve their maximum potential through policy interventions , capacity building and other aggregated services.