We provide intensive, individualized programs for young people and their families in difficult circumstances. They become stable and capable through our effective, research-based, individualized approach.
Rehabilitative services for visually impaired individuals; low vision optometry, Braille, white cane travel, adaptive technology, independent living skills. Programs for youth, seniors and career-seekers.
Social services including advocacy, counseling, communication and employment assistance, assistive devices, interpreting and other services for people with hearing loss, their families and interested entities.
NCADD believes that addiction is a disease. When the point is reached that an individual appears to be powerless to control their use, even in the face of serious legal, social, employment and relationship consequences. We know that education has an important place in the continuum of care for alcoholism and drug addiction. You don’t know what you don’t know, until you know it.