What NADD Fund Would You Like to Support?
NADD’s Ongoing Work
The Annual Fund sets the course for NADD to maintain its tradition of innovation and standards of professional excellence. The Annual Fund helps support NADD’s Accreditation and Certification Programs, the Revision of the DM-ID, conferences, webinars and other trainings, consultations, and advocacy for best practices to improve the lives of individuals with a dual diagnosis.
Scholarships for NADD Conferences
The Scholarship Funds enable NADD to financially assist individuals who provide care to persons who have a dual diagnosis to attend and participate in NADD conferences and trainings.
The Family Issues Scholarship Fund financially assists family members of loved ones diagnosed with a dual diagnosis to attend and participate in NADD conferences where they can participate in the conference, and engage with other families and experts in the field.
The Joli Fletcher Tlalka Scholarship Fund, named in memory of the daughter of NADD’s Founder, Robert J. Fletcher, who herself was a DSP supporting individuals with a dual diagnosis. This fund financially assists Direct Support Professionals to attend and participate in NADD conferences where innovative information is available to assist them in providing care to individuals who have a dual diagnosis.
Ensuring NADD’s Future
You may choose to donate to NADD’s Endowment Fund. This fund grows assets to meet future needs with strong investment oversight services. It provides a relatively constant and permanent revenue source for NADD.
An excellent way to support NADD is through a Planned Gift, and NADD’s Giving Society comprises donors who have made arrangements through their will or estate to leave a gift to NADD.
For more information, contact our CEO Jeanne Farr, MA, HERE.
Thank you, from all of us at NADD.
NADD has thrived because so many have generously offered their time and talent as well as their financial resources to support our mission through publications, programs, trainings, consultations, and conferences. For over 30 years, thanks to your support, NADD has been improving the quality of life for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities co-occurring with mental illness by:
- Facilitating a more accurate diagnosis. An accurate diagnoses results in better treatment outcomes, which result in an improved quality of life.
- Raising standards of care. Programs providing services to individuals with a dual diagnosis (IDD/MI) seek accreditation from NADD. Clinicians and Direst Support Professionals seek competency-based certification from NADD.
- Offering high quality training opportunities and instructional materials. Through the dissemination of cutting-edge knowledge NADD has been influential in the development of appropriate community based policies, programs, and opportunities for individuals with IDD.
NADD is a 501 (c)(3) organization and all contributions are tax deductible to the maximum extent allowed by law.
A copy of NADD’s latest annual financial report may be obtained, upon request, from NADD, 12 Hurley Avenue, Kingston, NY 12401, or from the New York State Attorney General’s Charities Bureau, 120 Broadway, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10271.