NADD: National Association for the Dually Diagnosed

NADD: National Association for the Dually Diagnosed

NADD is a non for profit membership organization designed to promote awareness of and resources for individuals who have an intellectual disability co-occurring with a mental health disorder.

Accreditation & Certification:
“The NADD Accreditation/Certification Program is an important tool for state agencies, DD and MH, that are interested in expanding their community infrastructure to support people with co-occurring developmental disabilities and mental illnesses.…NCI data have consistently documented over the years that approximately 32% of all people receiving DD services have a mental illness. The NADD Accreditation/ Certification Program offers an important tool to states and providers interested in improving their efforts to serve this group of individuals.”  Charles Moseley Ed.D., Associate Executive Director, NASDDDS

Click here for information about the NADD Accreditation and Certification Programs.

132 Fair Street
Kingston, New York 12401
Phone   (800) 331-5362


If you are interested in their programs and looking for a place to stay in Kingston for your course, be sure to keep us in mind at The Saint James Kingston, an entire home for rent that is literally half a block from this center!


Kingston Weekender

New website, Kingston Weekender, features The Saint James Kingston as their "featured home" and will be The Kingston guide to all the hip stores, restaurants and bars in Kingston.

If you're looking for where to eat, drink, shop, or stay in Kingston, this new site will provide just that and more in the upcoming months: 

The Saint James Kingston on Ulster County Alive!

The Saint James Kingston is now on Ulster County Alive under lodgings:

Ulster County Alive is one of the best resources online and in print who is responsible for all the great literature and maps you see all around town including:
Ulster County Travel Guide, Ulster County Dining Guide, Cultural Heritage Guide, and their very resourceful website:

Thanks Ulster County Alive for including us and keeping everyone in the know about everything in the Hudson Valley!