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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According to the NCADD, "Alcohol is the most commonly used addictive substance in the United States.
Smithers Humanitarian Award, named for a longtime advocate of the cause and a former board member of the NCADD. Past recipients include Meryl Streep, former first lady Betty Ford and John Larroquette.
The negative impact of teenage drinking can carry into adulthood (NCADD, 2011).
Louis Area, an NCADD Affiliate, to express his concern about a Circuit City ad in his Sunday newspaper.
And such advocacy groups as the National Commission Against Drunk Driving (NCADD) have expressed support for the product.
The National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence (NCADD)--a private group that, like A.A., considers alcoholism a disease that can be controlled only through abstinence--gloated in a press release that Kishline's crash taught a "harsh lesson for all of society, particularly those individuals who collude with the media to continually question abstinence-based treatment for problems relat ed to alcohol and other drugs."
In a policy statement issued by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD), the effects of alcohol and drugs on the developing fetus and subsequent birth defects were summarized (NCADD, 1990).
The National Commission Against Drunk Driving (NCADD) held its Ninth Annual Awards Luncheon and National Conference on Young Legal Drinkers on December 6, 1993, here in Washington, D.C..
A national consumer alcohol awareness and education program by Beer Drinkers of America--Party Smart--recently earned a Certificate of Commendation from the National Commission Against Drunk Driving (NCADD), at a ceremony in Washington, D.C.
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.
Back in 1986, he spoke before members of a National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) state affiliate and didn't feel nearly so welcomed.
For example, the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependency (NCADD), formed in 1944 as the National Committe for Education on Alcoholism (NCEA), offers an organized means of influencing public policy on alcoholism by recovered alcoholics (Olson, 2003).