The National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children is United States of America based, 501c3 nonprofit organization. Our mission is to teach early identification, response and appropriate intervention services for children and families affected by parental or caregiver substance misuse. We equip comprehensive, multidisciplinary alliances, communities, organizations and individuals with access to our national resource centre, trainings, and technical assistance.
Our vision is 100% healthy, safe children, families and communities free from the negative impact of substance misuse and drug activity.
We define drug endangered children as children who are at risk of suffering physical, mental or emotional harm as a result of parent or caregiver legal or illegal substance misuse. They may also be children whose caretaker’s legal or illegal substance use interferes with the caretaker’s ability to parent and provide a safe and nurturing environment.
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