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A leading provider of innovative and strategic wellness and workforce development services in New York.

We partner with healthcare colleagues, local businesses and government agencies on behalf of underserved individuals in an effort to meet their medical, social and economic needs.

NADAP (National Association on Drug Abuse Problems, Inc.) is a private non-profit organization that helps more than 35,000 underserved New Yorkers in and around the five boroughs every year secure healthcare and employment.

Initially founded in 1971 to help low-income residents struggling with substance abuse, today we also aid those with mental and physical health conditions.

By addressing each person’s unique strengths and goals, our tailored services provide the right resources to support their recovery and well-being.

A leading provider of innovative and strategic wellness and workforce development services in New York.

We partner with healthcare colleagues, local businesses and government agencies on behalf of underserved individuals in an effort to meet their medical, social and economic needs.

NADAP (National Association for Drug Abuse Problems) is a private non-profit organization that helps more than 35,000 underserved New Yorkers in and around the five boroughs every year secure healthcare and employment.

Initially founded in 1971 to help low-income residents struggling with substance abuse, today we also aid those with mental and physical health conditions.

By addressing each person’s unique strengths and goals, our tailored services provide the right resources to support their recovery and well-being.

NADAP Celebrating 50 logo

May 2021 marks 50 years of helping underserved New Yorkers in and around the five boroughs sign up for healthcare, find work, receive community support, and access the resources they need to improve their mental, physical, emotional and financial well-being.

Everyone deserves a second chance.

For 50 years, NADAP has been proud to provide access to life-saving healthcare and employment services to underserved communities in New York. We believe everyone deserves a second chance and as our President, John Darin said, “that’s what we do, we give people second chances.”

Please donate TODAY to transform and save lives and follow us on social media as we share our story.

Meet NADAP Supporter and Former Board Director, Dr. Vasavi Devireddy.

 

Dr. Devireddy shares her personal story and discusses her experience working on the frontlines during the COVID-19 pandemic, the increasing importance of the social determinants of health, and the challenges facing our healthcare system.

Like many New Yorkers, Dr. Devireddy and her family went uninsured for years. After her parents connected to a state health insurance program, Dr. Devireddy expressed that for, “the first time my parents could take care of my health in a very real way and it brought dignity back to my family and parents… And I think that’s what NADAP also brings to the table every day.” 

Please donate to help NADAP bring dignity to families and provide life-saving healthcare and employment services to New Yorkers in need.

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Last week, our team attended the South Country Library's Community Resource Fair in Bellport, Long Island.

We enjoyed connecting with residents and talking with them about our comprehensive healthcare and employment services.
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Last week, our team attended the  South Country Librarys Community Resource Fair in Bellport, Long Island. 
 
We enjoyed connecting with residents and talking with them about our comprehensive healthcare and employment services.

Healthcare Services

  • Care Coordination for Health Home Members
  • Assessment and Referral for Substance Use
  • Health Insurance Education and Enrollment

Employment Services

  • Comprehensive Employment Services
  • Career Compass Program
  • Nassau Comprehensive Employment Services
  • Nassau Employment Initiative
  • Home and Community-Based Services

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Reduced hospital stays

Our Health Home Care Coordination program has reduced the number of clients’ days in the hospital—in some cases up to 72%.

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Better health outcomes

82% of our Health Home Care Coordination clients have better mental and physical health within six months.

IMPROVED JOB READINESS

More than 18,500 career assessments were completed in our Workforce Programs last year.

REDUCED UNEMPLOYMENT

Our Job Placement Programs assisted more than 650 individuals to find employment last year.