For over 70 years, The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (NCADD) has been a valuable resource for millions of people struggling with alcoholism and addiction
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Alcohol and drug use can be dangerous. Overdoses, injuries and accidents may occur, with harmful consequences. These symptoms can be dangerous and should be managed by a physician. If your situation is an emergency, we urge you to go directly to your nearest hospital emergency room. Getting help for an immediate crisis is essential.
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NCADD believes that all people suffering from alcoholism and addiction deserve the chance to be helped. If you are concerned about your own alcohol or other drug use or that of someone you care about – a child, relative, friend or co-worker – please contact us. Confronting alcohol and drug problems is difficult, but can be an important first step toward recovery and the chance for a healthier and more productive life.Get Help
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NCADD's founder Marty Mann understood that alcohol and drug dependence is a disease that affects people in the communities where they live.
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