NCADD-San Diego

Our Purpose, Mission & History
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Announcing the Re-Organization of our Local Chapter

NCADD - San Diego Board of Directors is excited to announce that we are undergoing a full organizational restructuring of our non-profit affiliate chapter. As a part of this re-org, we are cancelling our monthly breakfasts and the 2013 conference so that we can focus all of our efforts and energy into making our local chapter more relevant and vibrant.  So keep checking the website for updates and news and we will keep you posted about the changes to come!

Touching The Lives of Millions

The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, is a non-profit organization with headquarters in New York City and affiliates in cities throughout the country.  Founded in 1944 by Mrs. Marty Mann, its mission is to "fight the stigma and the disease of alcoholism and other drug addictions".   NCADD operates nationally and through its network of local affiliates to provide assistance to chemically dependent individuals, their families, government policy makers, the media, the medical community, educators and national health organizations.

Information & Referral Services
NCADD-San Diego provides information and referrals to appropriate resources for individuals and families who are seeking help for alcoholism and/or dependence on other drugs.  Persons who call the national headquarters 24 hour HOPE LINE (800) NCA-CALL, will be linked to the local affiliate for contact with one of our volunteers for local assistance.
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P.O. Box 721024
San Diego, CA 92172-1024
(619) 553-8173