About

The Camden County Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, Inc. was established in October of 1991 by Naomi Hubbard in the basement of the Camden City Police Station. The council originally consisted of one person, a telephone and a desk. Since then, the CCCADA has grown to include a trained staff of educators and coordinators who are passionate about bringing prevention resources to communities in Camden County.

The CCCADA aims to Prevent the disease of alcoholism, drug abuse and related problems; Educate the public that alcoholism, substance use disorders and related problems are treatable and preventable; and Encourage the early identification, intervention, treatment and continuum of care for alcoholism and other substance use disorders.