Providing prevention education to schools and communities, and referrals to treatment and recovery services in Cheshire County.
Our goals are:
Reducing substance misuse among youth and adults
Strengthening collaborations within our community to support prevention activities
Volunteers are the key component to our success. A variety of volunteer opportunities are available. Please visit our volunteer page to see how you can help.
MADAC serves the following New Hampshire Communities:
2019 training schedule — dept. of health & human services and the bureau of drug & alcohol services
Free Introductory Level workshops designed for people working in any helping profession whose daily work encounters/engages with people with substance abuse disorders. Schedules include Initial Training on Addiction and Recovery and Families and Addiction.
Preregistration is required as seating is limited.
Marijuana and Cannabis: What we know and don’t know!
Monday, March 25, 2019
6:30 pm— 8:00 pm
Cheshire Medical Center
580 Court Street
Join us to learn more about the pros and cons of legalized recreational use of marijuana.
An Introduction to the Regulated Classroom: "Bottom Up" Trauma Informed Teaching
Thursday, March 28, 2019
12:00 pm— 3:00 pm
Keene State College, LP Young Student Center, Mountain View Room 229
Main Street, Keene,
In this FREE three hour training, participants will gain in introduction to a somatic approach to trauma-informed teaching.
Space is limited and registration is required. Click here to Register at Eventbrite
Financial Literacy Workshop
Friday, March 29, 2019
9:00 am — 2:00 pm
Southwest Community Services
63 Community Way
If you would like to learn better strategies for money maintenance, the Financial Literacy Workshop can help!
Youth summit 2019
Friday, April 5 and Saturday April 6, 2019.
Grappone Conference Center
Registration: $10 per person
Youth Intervention program —A program to assist struggling youth and families
What does the program do?
Serves all families in Cheshire County,
Helps identify local services to meet the needs of your family,
Holds your youth accountable for their behavior and empowers youth to make positive changes in his or her life, and
Offers families and youths the opportunity to problem solve.