CLASPP is a statewide coalition of addiction service and prevention providers with a mission of enhancing prevention and addiction recovery services in Louisiana through education, awareness, and advocacy.
Whether engaging elected officials, state agencies or the general public, CLASPP is dedicated to education and awareness of addiction treatment and recovery.
CLASPP sends out weekly
e-newsletters to provide information on relevant issues.
CLASPP updates and informs local and statewide networks, providing a communication bridge for providers across the state.
CLASPP is a vehicle to unite providers from all regions of the state through informative email blasts, conference calls and meetings.
CLASPP maintains a strong, visible presence in Baton Rouge and in Washington D.C., engaging actively with governmental agencies and other state and national provider agencies.
CLASPP plans legislative strategy, researches drug and alcohol issues, conducts seminars on legislative advocacy, and provides updates on trends and legislative activity.
CLASPP has registered advocates representing its interests at both the state and national level.
CLASPP works continuously to maintain and expand federal and state funding for drug and alcohol abuse prevention, education, and addiction treatment.
CLASPP monitors every session of the Louisiana Legislature to ensure that all funding is maintained.
CLASPP works closely with the Louisiana Department of Health to discuss any potential funding cuts or contract changes.
Want to learn more? Contact CLASPP at (504) 418-0172 or