International Substance Abuse and Addiction Coalition (ISAAC)
Founded 1997, USA, at an international meeting with representatives from 20 countries, as a coalition of diverse Christian organizations and ministries. Includes a UK Registered Charity and Australian NGO, with other local NGOs in the process of being set up to support international membership.
Build capacity among Christians who are working with addicted people worldwide, so as to maximize their effectiveness, through networking, training and professional development; connect, encourage and equip members in their individual work with those affected by addiction.
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International Steering Group; Secretariat.
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