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Policy & Advocacy

NCADD-Maryland remains committed to pursuing and advocating for policy reform and legislative solutions, when necessary, in addressing identified policy that is a barrier to accessing treatment.

Available Funding

We work to Increase state funding to expand treatment capacity.

Ensuring Resources

Achieving and maintaining recovery, through access to healthcare, housing, social service and entitlement programs, education, employment and restoration of voting and parental rights.

Statewide Services

Working to ensure that adequate, statewide, prevention services are maintained to reduce the number of persons falling victim to the disease of addiction.
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Removing Barriers

Barriers preventing the establishment of an adequate number of quality treatment programs to serve ALL individuals in need of substance abuse treatment services throughout Maryland, regardless of a person's income or lack of income.

Equal Rights

Assuring that those affected by the disease of addiction are afforded the same rights and opportunities as persons affected by other illnesses.

In the Workplace

Advocating on workforce development issues to ensure we have a well-trained, professional workforce in sufficient numbers to provide the full range of treatment services necessary to effectively serve Maryland's communities, and its citizens.

In the Workplace

Advocating on workforce development issues to ensure we have a well-trained, professional workforce in sufficient numbers to provide the full range of treatment services necessary to effectively serve Maryland's communities, and its citizens.

Bills to Watch

Newly elected officials, budgetary adjustments, the pandemic recovery, and many new and controversial policies will be challenges we face during the 2023 Maryland General Assembly Session. With the number of people dying from overdoses continuing to climb, NCADD-Maryland’s policy priorities are clear. We will keep you abreast of the bills we will be following closely with information on hearings and meetings surrounding these issues. 

The 2023 session opened on January 11, 2023.  For information on the 2023 General Assembly, visit the Maryland Goverment Website.

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2024 Public Policy Agenda

A new Administration in the State House and dozens of new members of the Maryland General Assembly mean tremendous opportunities to make more progress in the hard work to prevent addictions, help people access treatment, reverse opioid overdose death trends, and support people in recovery.

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Contact Information

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence,
Maryland Chapter
28 East Ostend Street Suite 303
Baltimore, MD  21230
410-625-6482 (main)
410-625-6484 (fax)
email  info@ncaddmaryland.org

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