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FADAA and FBHA welcome all substance abuse, mental health, criminal justice professionals and organizations to join our association. Students, interns, individuals and families may also show their support of our efforts by becoming an active member. This diverse membership creates a deeper understanding of ways to improve substance abuse services.
Membership automatically includes active engagement in both associations (FADAA and FBHA).
Individuals and businesses that are vital for the successful advancement of addiction treatment, prevention and research include:
Your membership ensures that FADAA and FBHA stay focused on issues important to you.
Features and Benefits
FADAA and FBHA have a line up of features available to members. From specific Behavioral Health Divisions and Legislative Alerts to a robust Training Center and monthly publications our associations are dedicated to offering members multiple resources to competitively position their company for the future. We encourage you to take an active role in your membership by utilizing the resources that are available to you through FADAA.
Invest in the Future
Become an active member of FADAA and FBHA and invest in the future of quality substance abuse prevention, treatment and recovery services. Position yourself as a leader in your community by uniting with peers and informing others about the critical need for proper funding and understanding of the addiction field. Use this opportunity to get involved and invest in the future.
Corporate Partnership Application
Agency Member Applications
Full Agency Member:
Member dues are calculated on the company's behavioral health budget from all sources and multiplied by .001 (.1%) with a minimum of $5,000 and a maximum of $50,000.
Associate, Coalition, or Managing Entity Member:
Associate Membership Dues: $500
Coalition Membership Dues: $300
Managing Entity Membership Dues: $5,000
Individual Member Application
For additional membership information, please contact: