NH Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association
Training Updates & Announcements
Please visit the nhtiad link on the left of this page for more information about trainings.
May 9, 2013
Environmental Strategies from A-Z
NHHEAF, 4 Barrell Court, Concord NH
June 27, 2013
DSM 5: Substance Use Disorders - Diagnosis and Key Changes
at theBest Western Plus Sovereign Hotel, Winchester St. Keene,
June 28, 2013
DSM 5: Common Mental Health Disorders – Co-Occurrence, Diagnosis and Key Changes
Best Western Plus Sovereign Hotel, Winchester St. Keene,
The DSM trainings on May 30 and May 31 have been cancelled. We have four other dates that these trainings are scheduled! Please see the events page if you are interested in more information.
Legislative Alerts &
NAADAC, NCC AP and IC&RC Lead Addiction Profession Through Collaborative Activities;
Collaboration Press Release from the IC&RC, NCC AP and NAADAC (Attachment is a PDF and may take a few moments to upload)
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Welcome to the New Hampshire Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association website. NHADACA is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing addiction professions in NH. Through education and advocacy, we strive to enhance the knowledge and skills of addiction professionals, increase awareness of addiction issues in NH, and promote programs and policies that ensure access to high quality services for NH citizens struggling with addiction.
NHADACA, formed in 1986, has grown to be the leading provider of continuing education for addiction professionals in NH. In addition, NHADACA has forged strong relationships with policy makers and stakeholders throughout the state in order to ensure that they have access to accurate, timely information about addiction prevention, treatment, and recovery. This website is designed to be another avenue for ensuring the availability of information for consumers, professionals, and the general public. Take a look around, feel free to contact us with questions, and please check back often for updated information.
The purposes of NHADACA are to promote and encourage the organization of addiction professionals; to examine, endorse, and encourage competent and comprehensive programs for the education of addiction professionals and those working with people experiencing addiction; to advocate on behalf of alcohol and drug issues that impact those experiencing addictions; to provide education to NHADACA membership on public policy issues; to increase the competence and knowledge of individual members and the general public; to represent the appropriate role of addiction professionals at the local, state and national levels; to engage in such other related activities as may be desirable or required to fulfill the purposes and objectives of NHADACA; and to provide assistance to those NHADACA members who may be experiencing difficulties which interfere with their personal and/or professional well-being.