ICASA aims to contribute to a substantial decrease in the proportion of ADHD patients developing an addiction/substance use disorder (SUD) and to substantially improve the detection, diagnosis and treatment of patients having both ADHD and SUD.

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Information about funding & finances

Worldwide thousands of children and adolescents with ADHD are on their way towards drug and/or alcohol dependence. In addition, thousands of adolescents and adults with both ADHD and addiction do not get the treatment they need. If you care, you can do something about it. Support the research on ADHD and Addiction via a gift to the ICASA Foundation.

The ICASA Foundation is a Public Benefit Organization (PBO / ANBI). This means that organizations or individuals donating resources to the ICASA Foundation, may get tax-refunds. Please contact your local tax advisor on this issue.

You can find the ICASA Foundation yearly financial reports here.

If donations are made during life to the ICASA Foundation, then these gifts are – subject to certain conditions – deductible for the personal income tax and not subject to gift tax.
The ICASA Foundation is, via the PBO status exempt from paying inheritance tax and is not required to pay tax on any legacies received.

The ICASA Foundation is a young organization with approximately fifty researchers and treatment professionals representing over 25 institutes from 15 countries. Ten European countries are involved: Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Hungary and Spain. Outside of Europe, institutes from the following countries participate in our network: Australia, Puerto Rico, South Africa, Israel and the United States of America.

On this website you can find all the information about current research projects and how they are funded. In the future we also hope to examine the role of ADHD in school dropouts and the development of addiction in these youngsters. There are many other important topics waiting!

ICASA Foundation
Utrecht, the Netherlands
IBAN: NL71RABO0150133340
Swift address (BIC): RABONL2U

RSIN or fiscal number: 8228.96.886.
ICASA Foundation number at the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce (KvK): 50734849


If you want to contribute to the ICASA network and its activities, please contact Lisa Horstman at the ICASA office via info@adhdandsubstanceabuse.org.

Contact details of ICASA