Alcohol/Drug Council of North Carolina
2016

The Alcohol/Drug Council of North Carolina (ADCNC) is a multi-faceted organization specializing primarily in providing information and referral to alcohol and drug treatment around the state.

The ADCNC recognizes that the Affordable Care Act impacts the treatment and recovery community in a variety of ways. Our team of navigators remind consumers that “health insurance gives you access to treatment, access to treatment gives you a better chance of recovery”. Our navigators focus on providing education, outreach, and enrollment assistance to individuals in recovery. One of our targets is to provide education on the ACA and the ever-changing health care coverage environment.

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Mission

To reduce human suffering and the economic cost of alcoholism and other drug addiction.  We advocate for prevention, early interventions and treatment that includes a system of care. 

We advocate for these ideas: 

  • Prevention Works, Treatment is Effective, People Recover. 
  • Addiction must be treated as a chronic relapsing disease – like asthma or diabetes. 
  • Treatment should include an evidence-based continuum of care delivered by trained addiction professionals. 
  • Services must be accessible and affordable for everyone regardless of race, culture, religion or ability to pay.
  • Treatment and aftercare are especially important for individuals in the criminal justices system as addressing their addiction is key people changing their lives.

Location

Alcohol/Drug Council of North Carolina


Alcohol/Drug Council of North Carolina
1121 Situs Court
Raleigh, NC.
27606
www.alcoholdrughelp.org

Programs

The Alcohol/Drug Council of North Carolina provides information and referral to alcohol and drug treatment.  We also provide educational programs and materials to businesses, community groups, families and individuals.  

Education

We are offering a free online training on “The ACA and the Recovery Community”. Each participant will receive 1.5 Peer Support credit hours or 1.5 NCSAPPB CEU credit hours for completion of this online course.

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