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Central Nebraska Council on Alcoholism and Addictions, Inc.

Serving Hall, Hamilton, Howard, & Merrick Counties

Central Nebraska Council on Alcoholism and Addictions, Inc. also serves Hall, Howard, Hamilton, and Merrick counties through collaborative partnerships and coalitions. CNCAA is the home of 5 coalitions that covers the five service areas.


Tobacco Free Hall County

Grand Island/Hall County, Nebraska, which was formed in the fall of 1994. Coalition members and affiliated agencies participate in tobacco education, prevention and other countywide activities and projects. Tobacco Free Hall County collaborates with various agencies, organizations, citizens and students engaging in a multitude of activities. Through these collaborative efforts, we are mindful of racial, social, economic and gender disparities in our education and prevention messages.

Affiliates of Tobacco Free Hall County envision a future free of tobacco.

The mission of Tobacco Free Hall County is to promote healthy lives free of tobacco in all its forms. Coalition members and affiliates know that all forms of tobacco products interfere with healthy lifestyles and harm both users and those near the users. They also know that tobacco use often leads to the use of other drugs.

Visit the Tobacco Free Hall County Coalition online at

Grand Island Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition

The Grand Island Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition (GISAPC) was founded in 2003 and has met regularly since that time, striving to build a community-wide prevention system that includes like-minded organizations, individuals and businesses to address youth substance use issues.

Our Mission
To improve the health, well-being, and safety of our community by working collaboratively to reduce and prevent youth substance abuse and challenge social norms about substance use.

The Grand Island Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition meetings are open to any concerned citizen or parent. If you are interested in attending and being a part of the group, call (308) 385-5520 to find out when our next meeting will be held!

Visit GISAPC online or on Facebook