Main Street Station Grows As Businesses and Organizations Open on North Webb Road | Grand Island Local News
Earlier this year, the Habitat for Humanity ReStore closed at Main Street Station. The Nebraska Central Council on Alcoholism and Addictions is moving from its current location at 219 W. Second St., to where the ReStore was located at Main Street Station.
CNCAA, which serves Hall, Howard, Hamilton and Merrick counties, is a non-profit organization serving central Nebraska with education, information, referral, intervention and recovery services on the prevention of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs since 1967.
Its overall goal is to provide resources that will empower youth and adults in an effort to increase the number of youth and adults making healthy lifestyle choices.
– Prevention programs and intervention services for young people.
– A lending library of free books, videos, DVDs and CDs, including addiction and substance abuse issues. Some Spanish documents are available.
– The Big Book Store which offers a large selection (over 400 titles) of books, brochures, greeting cards, t-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, mugs and other gift items. New items are added regularly. Items can be specially ordered if needed. Some Spanish documents are available.
– Informative resources of up-to-date printed materials on alcohol, tobacco and other drugs (articles, brochures, meeting lists, posters, etc.). Some documents are available in Spanish.