Southeaster Regional Action Council (SERAC) is one of 14 Regional Action Councils (RACs) created by the Connecticut Legislature in 1989 to help communities address the problems of substance abuse and addiction on a local level. SERAC provides training sessions for council members, professionals, and youth in the southeastern region of Connecticut to help educate and reduce the impact of substance abuse and other addictive behaviors within its communities.
The newly designed website is clean and crisp, with easy navigation for website visitors. SERAC offers a wide variety of information and training resources and the layout of the website makes it easy for viewers to find information on specific topics.
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