NCADD


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NCADDNational Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence
NCADDNational Commission Against Drunk Driving
NCADDNational Collectors Association of Die Doubling (coin collecting)
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Lindsey, president of the NCADD national office in New York City, to discuss the issue.
When Kishline repopularized the idea that some people could return to nonproblematic drinking, she aroused the ire of the NCADD, which denounced the idea in a July 1995 press release.
The NCADD also stated that military records showed that the number of soldiers seeking treatment for alcohol use disorders in 2009 were up by 56 per cent since 2003, the year the Iraqi war began.
NCADD, in collaboration with CDC and other federal agencies and community organizations, will highlight the health risks associated with problem drinking and the importance of identification and intervention.
The NCADD explains that a person's choice to use alcohol or drugs is influenced by the environment, peers and family.
These included periodicals such as Journal of Alcohol Education (1966-1971), Washington Report (1972), NCADD Washington Report (Alcoholism Report) (1972/1998), NAATP Visions (1975), Monday Morning Report (1977), Of Substance: A Newsletter for the Substance Abuse Treatment Community (1980), Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Week (1989), Practical Communications: Accreditation and Certification (1986), NASADAD Alcohol and Drug Abuse Report: Monthly Report (1987), Drug Abuse Funding Monitor (1991), Treatment Today (1993), and Behavioral Health Management (1980).
National Headquarters NCADD 12 West 21st Street 8th Floor New York, NY 10010 (800) NCA-CALL (800-622-2255).
Additional information about Alcohol and Other Drug-Related Birth Defects Awareness Week is available from the NCADD World-Wide Web site, [less than]http:llwww.
Additional information about Alcohol and Other Drug-Related Birth Defects Awareness Week is available from NCADD, 12 West 21 Street, New York, NY 10010; telephone (212) 206-6770.
Working with NCADD, the PDFA plans to roll out Hope, Help & Healing in Kansas City, Mo.
Lindsey also served as executive director of the New York State Council on Alcoholism and Other Drug Addictions, which is the NCADD affiliate organization for New York State.