The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence of New Jersey (NCADD-NJ) works in partnership with, and on behalf of, individuals, families, and communities affected by alcoholism and drug dependence to promote recovery.
Founded in 1945 by Marty Mann, the NCADD-NJ has also been a strong advocate for policies and laws that increase the access to quality treatment and recovery services, and we strive to eliminate policies that are discriminatory towards those suffering with addictive illness.
Our Annual Clothing Drive is now underway through January 21st, 2020. Items accepted are:
* Bags of usable and wearable clothing
* Bags of shoes – please bag each pair separately
* SMALL Toys – 2 feet long maximum, and in its package
* Stuffed Animals – please bag separately
* Please: no sports equipment, board games, books, kitchenware, glassware, or electronics
Your clothing donation can be dropped off at 360 Corporate Blvd, Robbinsville NJ 08691 in the rear hallway area. Financial donations are also gratefully accepted.
This week, hundreds of National Football Leauge players showcased causes which are important to them by wearing custom-made cleats for the #MyCauseMyCleats campaign.
Tonight, when the Giants take the field against the Philadelphia Eagles, tight end Evan Ingram (pictured) will be supporting Special Olympics New Jersey. And this Thursday Dec. 12, the National Down Syndrome Society will be represented by Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder when they play the Baltimore Ravens.