Aliviane, Inc. is a non-profit, minority governed, community-based organization headquartered in El Paso, Texas. Aliviane began providing services in 1970 and has developed a broad range of prevention, intervention, and treatment programs in the areas of substance abuse, behavioral health, HIV services, homelessness, and education. Today, Aliviane is the primary provider of prevention and treatment services in West Texas for men, women, and adolescents. Aliviane also coordinates a strong network of community support and an array of interagency agreements to provide a continuum of care in West Texas. In addition, the agency operates a number of steering committees and planning groups in the areas of substance abuse and behavioral health. The agency also provides training and professional development for partnering organizations, health workers, interns, volunteers, and members of the community involved with public service.
To provide a comprehensive and integrated continuum of high quality trauma informed behavioral health, interventions, treatment, and education services.
Aliviane envisions a society where people who are addicted to alcohol or other drugs, people in recovery from addiction, and people at-risk of addiction are valued and treated with dignity, and where stigma, accompanying attitudes, discrimination, and other barriers to recovery are eliminated. We envision a society where children are free from the temptations of drug use and abuse. We envision a society where drug use, abuse, and trafficking no longer exist. Through our efforts to address these issues we envision a safer and healtheir society for all.
Aliviane, Inc. has a comprehensive website. Please visit http://www.aliviane.org/ and learn about this huge network of services.
Services: Veterans 1st Initiative includes
Aliviane’s federally funded homeless prevention
program, the Supportive Services for Veteran
Families (SSVF). The agency’s V1st component
also collaborates with the local El Paso VA
Healthcare System and other veterans
assistance programs in El Paso County