Make a donation to help NCADD-Maryland raise public awareness of addiction issues statewide, and ensure that those affected by the disease have the resources they need for treatment and recovery.
Ways You Can Help Us
NCADD-Maryland is a 501(c)(3) organization, registered in the State of Maryland. The diversity and success of our programs depends directly on private support. The generosity of our funders has enabled us to provide some of the best educational and advocacy programs in the region. The NCADD-Maryland Tuerk Conference, Cultural Awareness Training by Peter Bell, and our newly revised and enhanced web site were all the direct result of funding provided by organizations committed to making certain that quality treatment resources are available and accessible to each and every person suffering from the disease of addiction. Individual contributions make sure that our advocacy work and direct services for the recovery community remain in place. NCADD-Maryland accepts direct contributions and also participates in United Way programs.
Sponsor and Event
Perhaps your business is interested in sponsoring our educational or fundraising events that draw over 1,000 persons from the mid-Atlantic each year. This is a great opportunity to demonstrate to the community and your customers that your business recognizes the importance and urgency of this community-wide issue. Contact us to receive information on sponsorship opportunities. A recent survey revealed that as many as 1 in 5 persons know of someone affected by this disease. Make a difference. Save a life. Or contact us to learn more about our various giving programs. Thanks to our generous funding partners and supporters! We could not do it without you!
Volunteer opportunities range from staffing educational and fundraising events to distributing materials to attending local health fairs. Volunteers are needed to assist in our advocacy efforts. Students seeking service learning hours have an opportunity to experience grass-roots advocacy work in their own communities. Make a difference in someone's life! To learn more about our volunteer opportunities, please contact Nancy Rosen-Cohen, Executive Director at 410-625-6482 or Contact Us. Let us know your areas of interest. Students, please include your age, grade and school and parent's contact information.
We Need Your Help
Please donate to help NCADD-MD raise public awareness of addiction issues statewide, and ensure that those affected by the disease have the resources they need for treatment and recovery.
NCADD-MD is a 501©3 organization registered in the State of Maryland
(Federal Tax ID: 52-1591416). All contributions are tax-deductible.
On behalf of our Board and staff, we thank you for you support.
Nancy Rosen-Cohen, Ph.D., Executive Director, NCADD-MD