The Central Nebraska Council on Alcoholism and Addictions, Inc. is a non-profit corporation affiliated with the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. This organization, its programs, activities and services are supported in whole, or in part by Grant # 93.959 under the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Center for Substance Abuse Prevention and the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, the State of Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Tobacco Free Nebraska Program, and the Central District Health Department. Additional financial support is provided by Hall County, Heartland United Way, and tax- deductible donations.
CNCAA's Mission: Offering hope and changing lives by fostering healthy lifestyles.
*preventing addiction *sharing resources *supporting recovery
Kids Power! A free eight week education program specifically designed for children ages 6-12 who are affected by a loved one's addiction
Teen Power! A free eight hour education program specifically designed for children ages 13-17 who are affected by a loved one's addiction.
Kids Power 2! Is a youth group for all graduates of Kids Power!, Teen Power! & Discovery Kids. Youth meet twice a month until they graduate high school. Youth meet at our office to continue peer support and sometimes we have movie nights, bowling nights, and once a year we spend a day at Timberlake Ranch Camp.
Discovery Kids A free seven week prevention
education program for youth in grades 2-5 who want
to have fun as they learn more about themselves in a
safe and supportive environment.
CATCH Kids Club A fun and free eight week physical activity and nutrition education program designed for youth in grades 3-5 equipping them with the knowledge, skills and intentions to make healthy dietary and other lifestyle choices.
All Stars A free six week education program helping
middle school-age students identify positive ideals and
future aspirations and establish positive peer group
norms empowering them to resist peer pressure to
engage in risky behaviors.
Youth Empower A free one-day leadership event
- one for high school youth and one for middle school
youth - to learn new leadership skills, enhance current
leadership skills, and provide opportunities to utilize
those skills within their own communities.