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The Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association (FADAA), incorporated in 1981, is a 501(c)3 non-profit membership association representing substance abuse prevention and treatment providers, managing entities, and community anti-drug coalitions. FADAA's mission is to serve its members by advancing addiction and co-occurring treatment, prevention, and research through communications, professional development, and public policy leadership.
FADAA is perceived as the “lead voice” by national, state, and local policy makers, treatment providers, and the recovery community on substance abuse policy and related practice improvement. FADAA’s extensive portfolio of activities includes hundreds of training and technical assistance events. FADAA’s board members and staff constantly monitor and address policy issues related to emerging trends that impact substance abuse and co-occurring service delivery in areas including but not limited to healthcare reform, prevention, child welfare, criminal justice, veterans and their families, workforce issues, business and private sector changes and cultural diversity.
FADAA is the Services Association arm of the Florida Behavioral Health Association (FBHA).