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Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Awareness Bracelet
- 316L Stainless Steel
- Signature triangle charm
- One size to stretch to your wrist
- Colored Crystal Beads
- 10% of net profits donated to your cause
Our Be Brave Stretch Bracelet is the perfect reminder to stretch beyond your comfort zone and be brave! This elegant, yet casual bracelet features colored crystal beads strung on an elastic string with a dainty stainless steel cylinder bar. As always, the words "be brave" are engraved on the bar of the bracelet, encouraging you to be brave through tough times. Bravelets jewelry makes a great gift for you or a loved one, and is a beautiful way to fundraise for your cause.
About the Cause:
“NCADD gave us our Mom back and saved our family. Thank you NCADD!”
Since 1944, founded by Marty Mann, the first woman to recover from alcoholism in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), and funded primarily by donor support, NCADD and our National Network of Affiliates have provided a broad array of national and community-based programs and services, including:
Information and Referral: NCADD provides unbiased, professional, objective information and referral support for individuals and family members faced with alcohol or drug problems. Since 1944, no other organization has helped more individuals and families begin their journey in recovery than NCADD. Last year alone, over 730,900 called NCADD seeking help for themselves, a friend or family member!
Prevention, Education and Training: NCADD’s Affiliates provide community-based prevention, education, training, treatment, recovery support and advocacy programs.
Community Awareness: Through presentations at schools, churches, youth centers, senior centers, civic and community organizations, we work to increase awareness and understanding of the disease and the potential for treatment and recovery.
Advocacy: Through our Center for Policy and Advocacy in Washington, DC, NCADD has been a strong advocate for the rights of persons affected by alcoholism, drug dependence and their families. Over the years NCADD has played a key role in advocating for warning labels, increased funding for prevention, treatment and research as well as the 21 purchase age, drinking/drugged driving and expanded access to alcoholism and addiction treatment.
Intervention, Treatment and Recovery Support: Depending on community need, some Affiliates provide intervention, as well as treatment services ranging from inpatient, outpatient, sober housing and recovery support.
To learn more visit https://www.ncadd.org/