Next Big Event: Claudia Black, Ph.D. a training event on The Addictive Family: Addressing the Legacy of Trauma with both School Age Children & Adults. Claudia Black is a world renowned speaker and author on Trauma, Families and Addiction. Co – Sponsorships (group registration) and Exhibitor Space is available. Click Here. For single registration click Here.
High quality, affordable, professional development training for substance use and other mental health professionals.
NH ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE COUNSELORS ASSOCIATION – NHADACA, pronounced NA-HAD-A-CA, 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.
Formed in 1986, NHADACAhas 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 around substance use 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.
NH TRAINING INSTITUTE ON ADDICTIVE DISORDERS (NHTIAD); In 2003 The New Hampshire Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association, in partnership with the NH Bureau of Drug & Alcohol Services, established the NH Training Institute on Addictive Disorders to further training and professional development for addiction professionals. We are committed to the growth of the professional counseling workforce by providing professional development trainings, eLearning webinars, workshops and conferences. NHADACA offers an average of 35-40 trainings each year for substance use and other mental health professionals, as well as the many other professionals that come into contact with people impacted by addiction.