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FY20 Spending Deal Update

Last week, Congress reached agreement on a year-end spending bill that will provide significant funding for addiction research and substance use disorder treatment and recovery programs. NAADAC advocated strongly for number of key funding priorities and were pleased to see them included in the final package, including $12 million to establish a new Loan Repayment Program for the Substance Use Disorder Treatment Workforce and $1.5 billion for state grants to fight the opioid crisis. President... Read More
at Monday, December 23, 2019

Appropriations Alert: Support End of Year Funding BIll

As the current Continuing Resolution deadline draws near, House and Senate Appropriators continue to negotiate a path forward on Fiscal Year 2020 spending. While funding is set to run out on December 20 th , there is hope a full-year funding deal can still be struck. Both the House and Senate Labor-HHS-Education appropriation bills made critical investments in substance use disorder prevention, treatment, and recovery programs. Supporting commitments that address the nation’s addiction... Read More
at Friday, December 13, 2019

Support the Comprehensive Addiction Resources Emergency (CARE) Act (S.1365, H.R.2569)

Contact your lawmakers today and urge them to cosponsor the Comprehensive Addiction Resources Emergency (CARE) Act ( S.1365 , H.R.2569 ). Tackling our nation’s addiction crisis starts with a commitment to treatment and recovery services. The bill recognizes the scope of the crisis and the resources necessary to truly affect change. The bill provides state and local governments with $100 billion in federal funding over ten years to expand access to evidence-based treatment and recovery... Read More
at Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Support H.R. 419 to Help Recognize the Contributions of the Addiction Workforce

A resolution recognizing the contributions of the Addiction Profession workforce has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives. As advocates for the profession, your voice is critical in building support for H.Res. 419 and for the vital services you provide your clients every day. On June 3, 2019, Representatives Dave Joyce (R-OH-14) and Tim Ryan (D-OH-13), along with original cosponsors Representatives Bill Johnson (R-OH-06), Paul Tonko (D-NY-20), James Sensenbrenner (R-WI-05),... Read More
at Tuesday, October 15, 2019