National Drug Council
The 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. Their mission is to:
To keep under review the situation in the islands with respect to the abuse of drugs.
To formulate and develop drug prevention and rehabilitation policies and programmes.
To educate the public, particularly the young, on the dangers of drug abuse, and to initiate, sponsor and support conferences, seminars, and meetings related to drug abuse.
To promote and support training in the field of Drug Abuse Prevention and Rehabilitation.
To promote and encourage the establishment of a system to coordinate the treatment and rehabilitation of drug abusers and the care of persons associated with drug abusers.
To establish and operate treatment centres.