Get Your Life On Track

We provid a resource dedicated to the intervention
of alcoholism, drug addiction and the devastating
consequences of alcohol and other drugs

Our Programs

Community Based Programs
for DUI and Addiction Services.

We provide services for court mandated DUI Classes, Licensed Therapist Counseling and other services through Program Collaboration.

Our mission

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NCADD-SD is currently an all volunteer organization, having no paid staff. Funding is needed to help us establish the infrastructure to support our mission of: Education, Prevention.

Our vision

Our Mission

We are a non-profit organization incorporated in the state of California. Organized to provid a community resource dedicated to intervention of alcoholism, drug addiction.

Our News

NCADD-SD selected by Facing Addiction

Earlier this month, the Facing Addiction Public Safety Working Group selected NCADD-SD to be included in the 15 communities to participate in our Pilot Community Project. First announced in October...

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Advocacy Update

CARA (Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act) Last week, the House of Representatives passed S. 524, the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2016 by a vote of 407-5.  The bill is...

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We are a California 501(c)3 Organization.

National News

Suffolk County: Highest Rate of Overdose…

Opioid misuse and overdose deaths in the United States have been rising for two decades. Between 2000 and 2013, the opioid overdose rate—among all ages, races, genders, and ethnicities—nearly quadrupled...

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Fort Worth Affiliate Holds “Stars in Rec…

The following article appeared in the Fort Worth Business. It is about the “Stars in Recovery” luncheon that the Recovery Resource Council, NCADD’s Fort Worth Affiliate, held on June 6...

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Fewer Teens Are Using E-Cigarettes and O…

Fewer teens are using e-cigarettes and other types of tobacco, according to a new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The study found 11.3 percent of high...

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Most People Who Use Illicit Opioids Fear…

A study of people who use illicit opioids or misuse prescription opioids found 80 percent said they fear and dislike fentanyl, but it is difficult to avoid, HealthDay reports. “I never...

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