“There is a higher responsibility – not written in any legal document but instead enshrined in humanity and history – a natural responsibility and duty that we all must shoulder equally, irrespective of who we are. Of paramount importance to the strength of a nation, is the ability of her people to live as one united family – a community in which interaction is marked by trust, understanding and cooperation.”
Our Ambassador for Childhood Adversities Prevention Program at CPA Bhutan. With unwavering commitment she empowers parents, caregivers, and communities to create a safe heaven for children. Through powerful advocacy, she highlights the importance of nurturing environments, positive parenting, and early intervention. Let her inspiring words reach parents and caregivers. Together, let’s shield children from harm, rewrite their narratives, and pave the way for a brighter future. With Miss Phub Zam’s leadership, we shape a society where children know love, security, and endless possibilities. Let’s be their guardians and architects of happiness.
At the Apex of CPA’s objectives
Think about a world where prevention prevails over everything. It would be a beautiful world without battles between countries; love, peace and prosperity in homes and the scourge of alcohol and substance abuse not present even in works of fiction. Prevention is CPA’s main and powerful arsenal and under different preventive programs, we have reached out to 74,700 youth, parents, community members and others, since inception. And it continues with renewed zeal and passion.
There is always a solution
There was a time when alcohol and drug abusers had no doors to knock seeking assistance. Many perished at their prime ages. But not any longer. Under the roofs of the Center of Mind and Happiness, CPA blends the globally accepted treatment practices with the traditional and within a few months, place those who have lost their ways on the right path. Addiction is a disease. It can be treated.
For a place in the society
What use is a road without a destination? How can recovering addicts stand on their own feet and become responsible citizens? It is a challenge but not something impossible. At CPA, recovering addicts are offered skills in areas of their interest and assistance provided for employment.