The NH Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Our goal is to offer affordable professional development and training to counselors around the state. Your contribution can help. At NHADACA, every donation is graciously accepted. Make a contribution to the Professional Excellence Fund, to be applied where it may be most needed, or designate your tax deductible donation to a particular program or project.
Your Donations Make a Difference
Thanks to your generosity, last year we were able to upgrade our website, provide scholarships and bring national speakers to New Hampshire! Thank you. Contact us if you want to know more about our projects, how to support something you care about, or wish to include NHADACA in your will.
Professional Excellence Fund
Your gift to this fund allows NHADACA’s valuable programming to continue. We are able to offer a variety of competent and comprehensive programs to educate substance use and other mental health professionals as well as other professionals working with persons impacted by substance use. With your help we continue to educate and advocate about public policy issues and increase the general public’s knowledge about addiction.
Train it Forward Scholarship Fund
You have the option of paying for a training event in full (fees range from $35 to $130), or donate any dollar amount you choose and it will go into NHADACA’s Train It Forward scholarship fund. Scholarships will be awarded through an application process as funds are available. Persons who receive a scholarship are not eligible again for a minimum of 6-12 months.
Support NHADACA Through Volunteering!
At NHADACA, volunteer opportunities exist with helping us deliver our programs, plan and execute special fundraising events, or aide in general office tasks. We welcome student interns and volunteers and all forms of volunteering. Thank you for willingness to give of your time. For more about volunteering, please call Dianne Castrucci at 603.225.7060.
"In loving memory of my wife of thirty years"
Contributor: Joe Kilcullen
Our good friend, Erin Maroni.
"We hope that this gift pays tribute to her while helping others with mental health/substance use disorders gain access to the tailored treatment they need. She was one heck of a friend and we miss her."
Contributor: Sarah Wood
Thank you for joining us in furthering NHADACA’s vision of promoting programs and policies related to substance use that engage communities, enhance wellness and improve the quality of life for residents of New Hampshire.