We meet twice a week at Riverbend Church on Mondays and Austin Recovery on Thursdays. Our teen meetings start off with a Check in, followed by an open topic meeting where teens can share their experience strength and hope with one another.Meeting Schedule
The Idea behind our events is to have fun and to allow for the teens to make lasting connections that will keep them sober in the long run. During our events, teens bond with one another and learn to lean on each other in troubling times.Functions
The 12 Steps
With permission from the General Service Office in New York City, PDAP based its program on the 12 Steps of Alcoholics AnonymousWith a slight modification, we have created a 12 step program which focuses on those issues commonly dealt with in young people’s recovery.Learn More
The Palmer Drug Abuse Program (PDAP) was founded in 1971 in Houston, Texas when a man named Bob Meehan, who was a recovering addict, built a friendship with Father Charlie Wyatt-Brown at the Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church. Father Charlie realized the need for a supportive substance abuse recovery program for youth and he developed a strong vision about reaching young people lost on drugs and bringing them into a new, sober lifestyle.
He began his quest at his church in Houston as a local support group. The PDAP program has now evolved into a national support program and has helped literally thousands of Austin youth become fully functioning and contributing members of the community. Since 1971, many people have continued to spread this vision and have shared their experience, recovery, love and understanding to many more new people.
PDAP White Book
The Pdap White book contains erverything PDAP is about. From parent group, tokens of comittment to personal recovery stories, full of heartbreaks, set backs, hope and triumph.Download Now