The BIDA Program is a holistic approach in countering the proliferation of illegal and dangerous drugs.

It strengthens supply and demand reduction efforts by galvanizing the support of the community, duty- bearers, and other stakeholders in drug use prevention, law enforcement, and rehabilitation.

Ultimately, BIDA seeks to improve quality of life and safeguard the Filipino people from criminality and the ill effects of drugs, in a manner that is within the framework of law and with respect forhuman rights.

To ensure the continuous improvement in the performance of ADACs in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of anti-illegal drug activities, the DILG, through the Philippine Anti-lllegal Drugs Strategy - Project Management Office (PADS-PMO), shall conduct a Performance Audit covering Provincial, City, and Municipal ADACs.

The ADAC Performance Audit aims to: (1) assess the functionality and effectiveness of local ADACs based on existing issuances and policies; (2) determine ADAC-initiated and/or -endorsed innovations, and best practices at all levels; (3) create an evaluation, and assessment platform; and (4) recognize effective and performing ADACs.

BADAC is the grassroots program of the DILG aimed at organizing barangay officials and other stakeholders as first line of defense at countering drug-related crimes in barangays. 

The Community-Based Drug Rehabilitation Program (CBDRP) is an integrated model for drug users with moderate risk for drug dependence and/or mild substance use disorder. It is a holistic approach in rehabilitating the surrendered drug personalities and aims to focus on the healing of the body, mind, and soul through counseling and other therapeutic sessions. It provides a continuum of care from outreach and low threshold services through active coordination among a number of health, social, and other non-specialist services needed to meet clients’ needs (UNODC, 2014). The World Drug Report of 2016 estimates that 90-95% of drug dependents can be provided with a treatment modality at the community level. 

SDEC is a community-based facility which serves as a venue in promoting preventive and developmental services for the OSY and street children. It shall promote programs for drug abuse prevention with the end in view of educating the OSY and street children regarding the pernicious effects of drug abuse thereby contributing to their total development as self-reliant and socially responsible member of the society. 

Barangay Drug Clearing Program (BDCP) aims to reduce drug affectation in the country by taking away drugs from the people, take people away from the lure of illegal drugs, and minimize the impact of the drug problem in the community by integrating the support of stakeholders, duty bearers, and local chief executives. 

The ultimate goal is to realize drug resilient and self-policing communities and produce stigma-free rehabilitated PWUDs and drug reformists.