- Published: 24 September 2014
By David Swanson
Building a sustainable coalition over the next five years will be the theme of the Nemaha Advocates Drug & Alcohol Awareness (NADAA) Coalition, who received a $625,000 Drug Free Coalition award Friday, Sept. 19, noted Kristiaan Rawlings, coalition chair. The grant will cover the next five years at $125,000 annually. Funding will start Wednesday, Oct. 1, coinciding with the federal fiscal year.