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National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc., Sacramento Region Affiliate

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Causes: Health, Mental Health, Specifically Named Diseases, Substance Abuse Prevention, Substance Abuse Treatment

Mission: Our mission is to promote public understanding of alcoholism and drug dependence as treatable and preventable diseases. We accomplish our mission by providing excellent outpatient education and treatment services to individuals in Sacramento County suffering from substance abuse disorders. NCADD Sacramento is a local affiliate of a national organization founded in 1944 by Marty Mann, the first woman to maintain sobriety in the modern recovery movement. Today we adhere to a core system of values and beliefs that echo Marty’s vision. We believe that our services should be accessible to all; we believe in using only best practice and evidence based curriculum; we believe in a holistic approach to recovery; we believe in respecting the individual. The problems associated with addiction permeate our community, and so do the solutions: healthier families, a more productive economy, less crime, more efficient health care, and the promise of hope.

Geographic areas served: Sacramento and surrounding areas

Programs: Options for Recovery Program, serving pregnant and/or parenting women. Strengthening Families Program, where parents and children improve family relationships, parenting skills and social skills. Substance Abuse and Crime Prevention Act (Prop 36) and Drug Diversion Program, both alternatives to incarceration. Parolee Services Network, case management for individuals currently on Parole. CalWorks, Family Court Services, both alcohol and other drug (AOD) assessment services. Additional services include free on-site medical services, psychiatric services, and a clothes closet. Our agency is a fantastic resource to the community with a 24-hour telephone information line, referral services, and free resource guides available upon request.

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