DMHAS: Alcohol and Drug Policy Council

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The Connecticut Alcohol and Drug Policy Council

The Connecticut Alcohol and Drug Policy Council (ADPC) is a legislatively mandated body comprised of representatives from all three branches of State government, consumer and advocacy groups, private service providers, individuals in recovery from addictions, and other stakeholders in a coordinated statewide response to alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) use and abuse in Connecticut. The Council, co-chaired by the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) and the Department of Children and Families (DCF), is charged with developing recommendations to address substance-use related priorities from all State agencies on behalf of Connecticut’s citizens -- across the lifespan and from all regions of the state.

ADPC MEETINGS, AGENDAS &;MINUTES:
(Meeting handouts and presentations appear as links in the agenda)

      
ADPC SUBCOMMITTEE MEETINGS & MINUTES:
RESOURCES:





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