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Join NAADAC for briefings on legislation, national budget, advocacy issues, and training for visits to the Hill on November 12, and for meetings on Capitol Hill on November 13. Registration will open soon.
NAADAC is proud to celebrate and honor the individuals and organizations that have achieved excellence in the substance use disorders field over the past year. Awards are given in up to seven categories and will be presented during the 2018 NAADAC Annual Conference in Houston, TX.Please submit your nominations by May 31st.
Join presenters Ben Callaway, LMSW, and Nicole S. Chisolm, MPH, for this free NAADAC webinar and learn about Wellbriety (sobriety/wellness), a concept that emphasizes balance and connection to the natural laws to create healing. Culturally based tools will be discussed as ways to heal families. Healing will take place through an application of cultural and spiritual knowledge.
NAADAC is excited to partner with the Substance and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) for the 2018 National Prevention Week (NPW) taking place this week from May 13-19, 2018.
Everyone can take part in NPW by planning events around one or all of the NPW topics. To find related events, check out the NPW Community Events page.
Another way to get involved is by joining the National Prevention Week movement on social media by participating in this year's NPW Prevention Challenge, Dear Future Me. Here's how to participate:
Write a letter or draw a picture about the choices you’re making to live a healthy, happy life.
Take a picture of your letter or record a video of yourself reading your letter.
Share it on social media using the hashtag #DearFutureMe and #NPW2018.
Tag a few friends so they can participate and add their Dear Future Me letter to the NPW conversation.
Share any or all of the Dear Future Me videos on social media to encourage others to participate as well.
The NPW 2018 theme is “Action Today. Healthier Tomorrow.” This theme reminds us that simple, daily acts of prevention, like helping a friend make positive choices or supporting a family member in need, can lead to healthier lives for each of us today, and stronger, happier communities tomorrow.
The training will focus on understanding, referring, and treating individuals who have co-occurring disorders. Presenter Tom Durhman, PhD, LADC, will dispel myths related to mental illness treatment and cover the consequential barriers to effective care of co-occurring disorders.
Attendees will be able to earn 7.25 Continuing Education hours (CEs) for this training.
Do you want to learn how to provide Conflict Resolution for Recovery training to other qualified individuals? Join Cynthia Moreno Tuohy for the full-day Train the Trainer training on May 25, 2018. Earn an additional 7 CES!
Accepting Student Submissions for the William White Scholarship
The William White Student Scholarship, created to promote student addiction studies research, will be awarded to one graduate NAADAC student member and one undergraduate NAADAC student memberwith the best student addiction research papers on one of the four topics for 2018.
The NAADAC Career Center provides a variety of employment listings at no charge for addiction-focused professionals. If you are looking to find a new career, the NAADAC Career Center can help! Check out our latest listings!