Thanks to the generosity of our donors, we have reached our $10,000 goal! Thanks to a generous anonymous donor, this means we’ve raised $20,000 to support quality substance use education!
Thank you for being part of this effort. We couldn’t do our work without our members and supporters!
If you want to give before the end of 2017, there’s still time!
Thank you to everyone who has generously donated to NHADACA this year!
We are now less than $800 from our fundraising goal of $10,000! This Giving Tuesday, help us earn a $10,000 match from a generous donor. Every dollar you give counts!
Update: We have reached our goal! Thank you for helping us get there!
Don’t forget, if your employer matches donations, every dollar is quadrupled!
We are less than $2000 from our fundraising goal of $10,000! Help us earn a $10,000 match from a generous donor. If just twenty people give $100, we’ll be eligible for the match! Every dollar you give counts. We want to reach our goal before our Annual Meeting on November 17…please … Continue reading →
Our annual Day of Giving is a chance to support NHADACA and our work! On Thursday, September 23, your donation helped us with our mission to provide quality education, workforce development, advocacy, ethical standards and leadership for addiction professionals. You can still donate online or give us a call at … Continue reading →
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Give the gift of knowledge with your donation today! Have you noticed that the number of training events we offer have increased? In 2017 Carrie McFadden, our Training Director, and her team DOUBLED the number of events we have traditionally offered! We will continue offering as many training events as … Continue reading →
Upcoming National Webinar: Strategies for Enhancing SUD Treatment Workforce Skills (June 28, 2017) As part of CMS’s Medicaid Innovation Accelerator Program (IAP) Reducing Substance Use Disorders (SUD) program area, we are sharing what we have learned from working with states on SUD delivery system reform through our national learning webinars. We … Continue reading →