The City Anti-Drug Abuse Council (CADAC) was created by the Local Chief Executive. It is composed of members from the bureaucracy, representatives from government agencies and the private sector. It serves as an advisory body to the City Government on the drug problem. The CADAC was also tasked to craft anti-drug abuse programs in the LGU. The CADAC established the Oro Citizen’s Wellness and Development Center (OCWDC), a one-stop-shop facility under the City Social Welfare and Development Office. The OCWDC takes policy directions from the CADAC.
To help bring about awareness and hope in the community that there is light after the darkness caused by substance abuse.
To create a responder friendly environment to provide the SDUs or RDD the necessary needs in terms of: Family Support, Livelihood, Social Acceptance, Mental Health, Medical Health and Spiritual Growth.
To enhance protective services of the City Government to vulnerable sectors such as children in need of special protection, women in especially difficult circumstances and homeless families and individuals from any form of abuses
To strengthen referral networks of the City Social Welfare and Development in the placement of clientele population being assisted.