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Welcome to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence of Maryland (NCADD-MD)

Our mission is to raise public awareness of alcoholism and drug dependence issues across the state, while working to ensure those affected by the disease of addiction have the resources necessary when accessing treatment and sustaining recovery.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT FOR OUR 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE TUERK CONFERENCE!
A GREAT SUCCESS!

Click here to Download 2018 Tuerk Presentations
Click here to see pictures from 2018 Tuerk Conference

2018 NCADD-MD RECOVERY CLASSIC

Monday, July 9, 2018 10:30 am - 7:30 pm
Country Club of Maryland, 1101 Stevenson Lane, Towson


You are invited to the NCADD-MD Recovery Classic at the Country Club of Maryland. Conveniently located in Towson, the Country Club of Maryland features an 18-hole course designed by Herbert Strong and enjoys a fine reputation as one of the premier golf courses in the area. You’ll have a great day of golf while helping those who are affected by the disease of addiction. Individuals or Foursomes can register online below, or become a sponsor and host a team.

For sponsorship information, click here,
or call Nancy Rosen-Cohen, Executive Director, (410) 625-6482
or David Nelson, Board Chair, (443) 310-4916

To download brochure, click here.


The Recovery Leadership Program provides members of the recovery community in Maryland with the knowledge and tools to effectively advocate for themselves and for the behavioral health community.  An overall goal of the RLP is to work with those in recovery to impact public policies and public understanding of the disease of alcohol and substance use disorder, its treatment, prevention and support for recovery.  RLP focuses on education of the public, peer advocacy, outreach and training, and weighs in on re-entry issues, health care reform and behavioral health integration.

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More than 23.5 million Americans are currently living in recovery from addiction – and they have found multiple pathways to get well from alcohol and other drug problems. In order to help those still in the grips of active addiction, as well as the family members and other loved ones who spend endless hours trying to help them, it is imperative that the many pathways of recovery become more widely understood.

Multiple Pathways of Recovery Guide FrontFacing Addiction with NCADD began working in early 2017 to develop a guide that describes the many pathways of recovery, including testimonials from individuals who have found recovery through a wide variety of ways. The result is our Multiple Pathways of Recovery Guide — a truly unprecedented resource - you can download the guide by clicking here.

https://www.facingaddiction.org/multiple-pathways-recovery

We believe this kind of information can help save lives through educating those struggling, and their loved ones, about the promise of recovery — and the many different pathways of it.

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PRODEY LECTURE SERIES

NCADD-MD co-sponsors a weekly "addiction education" lecture series @ Sheppard-Pratt Health Systems, 6501 North Charles Street, Conference Center on Wednesday nights at 7 P.M. Learn more.
Click here to see the Prodey Videos





Purchase "A Drunking Problem" by Richard M. Prodey for only $18 including shipping and handling.
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ADDICTION TREATMENT ADVOCATES COMMITTEE (ATAC) 
The ATAC committee spearheads the NCADD-Maryland advocacy and public policy agenda. Legislative priorities are developed and initiated by the committee, to coincide with Maryland's Annual General Assembly session. All public policy initiatives and agendas are reviewed by the full board to ensure that policy decisions and actions undertaken by the committee are consistent with the mission and goals and objectives of NCADD-Maryland. For more information, contact us at (410) 625-6482 or by email at info@ncaddmaryland.orgJoin now to become a part of our public policy and advocacy work.

Download:  2018 Maryland General Assembly Final Report

 

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