Founded in December 2014 by Lee P. Clifford, the idea was orginially to build a museum focused on informing the public on matters related to addiction and recovery. The vision quickly expanded and we ultimately adopted a new name: The National Addiction Awareness Complex.
The original planning team established the non-profit, identified needs, and developed the business plan, however, progress was hindered in 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak. At that time, several key members retired and progress stalled.
The vision and mission lived on and the team is ready again to embark on this ambitious project!
Once the site has been selected and construction commences – the Complex will be opened in phases to begin hosting events and activities while the remainder of the complex is under construction.