Fill out this sheet to help the NDC and it's programmes combating the abuse of drugs in the Cayman Islands.
An inclusive drug‐free workplace policy/programme may be the best means of preventing, detecting, and addressing substance misuse/abuse.
These workshops aim to educate participants on some of the early warning signs that determine if a child is using a substance, as well as provide them with the information and skills that can help them take a positive approach in dealing with teens and developing effective drug-prevention.
To learn more about alcohol or obtain referrals to programs in your community, contact us.
The sponsorship packages outline the various benefits that your company will gain as a National Drug Council partner.
The National Drug Council (NDC) is an independent statutory body set up under the National Drug Council Law, 1997 to co-ordinate anti-drug measures in the Cayman Islands. The National Drug Council consists of 13 council members and an office which serves as the secretariat.
The NDC's mandate is to provide policy advice, information, develop programmes and conduct research in the following key areas:
We do this through:
Monday – Friday
8:30am to 5:00pm