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Smoking tobacco causes more deaths among patients in substance abuse treatment than the substance that brought them to treatment. Having a smoke-free workplace is the first step toward integrating smoking cessation into your substance abuse treatment program.
NCADD Sacramento is very pleased to offer a six-week class on "Artworking the Steps - The Altered Book" with guest instructor Dena McKitrick. AOD Professionals earn 12 CEU's for completing this course. This course is designed for individuals in recovery and begins March 4th. Learn how you can Journal your journey through the 12 Steps!
Sheila Macias has worked in community and program development for over 25 years and now serves as NCADD Sacramento's part-time Community Relations Manager. NCADD is very pleased to welcome Sheila to our team!
When public figures die suddenly from their addiction, it sinks in that untreated addiction to alcohol and drugs is often fatal. Regardless of how much money you make, or how successful you are, the disease of alcoholism and drug dependence can take it all away in an instant.
We are very pleased to announce that we have brought on board a local businessman whose skills will be of great service in two of our expanding service areas - the 24/7 Hopeline and outreach to employers. Learn more about NCADD Sacramento's Outreach Coordinator, Jim Metzker.
A nightclub owner discourages over-drinking and the result is increased net profits - not to mention improved safety, happy customers, and lower security costs. Read his story, and learn about the CA Restaurant Assn.'s Responsible Beverage Service Training.
Two California ballot measures are circulating that bar state or local aid in enforcing federal prohibitions, and limit the ability of employers and local governments to restrict use or sale of marijuana. Here are some facts you can share with family, friends and colleagues about the impact of legalizing this substance in California.
NCADD Sacramento believes in strong families, and we know it takes work, support and faith to succeed! That is our wish for all of us in the coming year!
Designated drivers, mom’s-to-be, people who do not care to drink alcohol, and those who cannot because of addiction or other health concerns, all appreciate having access to an attractive and delicious non-alcoholic drink in social settings. View the winning recipes!
As public officials were debating important issues like parity for drug and alcohol treatment services and implementation of the Affordable Care Act, leaders of NCADD Affiliates, including Barbara Thompson, were walking the halls of the House and Senate providing important information to elected officials.
NCADD is hosting the 3rd Annual Holiday Mocktail Contest on Dec. 5 at Hock Farm Restaurant, and this year we have caught the attention of restaurants, public officials and local business leaders who care about your safety as Holiday celebrations start revving up. Come by Hock Farm at 4pm and watch the judging! We'll have some goodies for you!
The role of a faith leader is very critical to the strength of their congregation, actively working to prevent substance use and abuse. Learn about the five primary goals that a faith leader aims to achieve.
What could be scarier than Jason from Friday the 13th? How about trying to get a child to sleep who has been trick or treating since the end of September and is in the middle of a candy rush? NOT TO FEAR parents because there is a solution!
Over 150 professionals, volunteers, leaders in the faith community, and representatives of government agencies gathered on October 4th to celebrate those who give above and beyond to the recovery community. Congratulations and many thanks to the award recipients.
The third webinar titled "Where Is Faith & Prevention will take place on October 24th Whether you are from the Faith or Prevention community, you are invited to join the conversation.
Family meetings will increase the cohesion and boost productivity in your home. Learn how you can get organized for the school session by identifying everyone's role in the household.
NCADD's Angela Da Re and Delita Alvarado will present at the upcoming CAADAC Conference in Sacramento. They will discuss proven strategies to minimize the destruction addiction causes, that can speed up the addict's choice to move toward recovery.
Bring a fresh pair of men's socks and a child's toy to the October 4 Annual Dinner & Awards Ceremony for our dads in recovery!
In the Strengthening Families Program we discuss the importance of verbal rewards. A verbal reward is a tool that parents can utilize to increase positive behavior from a child, because a child will work for positive affirmation.
NCADD Sacramento will again host the Annual Awards Ceremony and Dinner on October 4th, and is now accepting nominations in the Bernie Breining Visionary Leadership Award category. The nominee must have demonstrated innovative approaches to the AOD field.