SE Council on Alc and Drug Depend Inc

Transitional Housing
New London, NH
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62-64 Coit Street
New London, NH - 06320

(860) 442-1017 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About SE Council on Alc and Drug Depend Inc

The SouthEastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (SCADD) is an organization dedicated to helping people and their families with alcohol and substance abuse problems.  They strive each day to carry out that vision and bring help to the sick and suffering substance abuser.  They believe that an individual must be motivated to help him/herself, but they also know that individuals need a close-knit system of human relationships to support them in this difficult process. Each of their programs incorporates this philosophy into the clients treatment plan.  Throughout it’s many years of service to their community, SCADD has continued to grow and provide education and treatment to the people of Southeastern Connecticut. They are particularly proud that SCADD has grown in service and in scope without sacrificing the humanity of it’s practice.

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