COSA-NCADD is a private 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1973 to promote the understanding that alcoholism and other drug dependence are preventable and treatable diseases. COSA-NCADD is the state affiliate of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependency NCADD) and a member of the Community Anti-Drug Coalition of America (CADCA). The mission of COSA-NCADD is to “Reduce the incidence and prevalence of the disease of alcoholism, other drug addiction diseases and related problems.”
COSA’s prevention programs serve the purpose of providing awareness and education within communities about the dangers of alcohol and substance abuse. Click the button below to find out more about our programs, and how each works to create a sober community:
COSA’s recovery services serve the community with the goal of saving lives, while eliminating barriers to healthy choices and providing support to those battling substance abuse disorders (SUDs). Click below to learn more about how COSA’s peer-to-peer services with recovery:
COSA provides education and training opportunities on behavioral health topics to professionals and community agencies who provide services to populations at-risk for substance use disorders and related issues. Click below to learn more:
National Impaired Driving Prevention Month
With the holiday season quickly approaching, we wanted to provide information that will caution others against driving impaired on the highways.
As part of National Impaired Driving Prevention Month, here’s some background about the month itself, and resources that will help prevent impaired driving. Click the image or the button below:
As of 2020, over 37 million people worldwide are living with HIV. With this devastating pandemic affecting many, this year’s theme for World AIDS Day is “End Inequalities, End AIDS.” Because of the rapid growth in structural inequalities regarding essential HIV services, this December 1st (World AIDS Day) will focus on the initiation of taking bold actions, if the commitment is to end AIDS by 2030.
For more information about World AIDS Day and how you can help contribute, click the button below: