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6th Annual Georgia School of Addiction Studies  (4000)

08/27/2012 8:00 AM - 08/31/2012 12:30 PM

The 6th Annual Georgia School offers a unique opportunity for professional development, information exchange, and networking. It is designed to address the need for knowledge and skill development through advanced training and will begin on Monday, August
27, at 8:00 a.m. and end on Friday, August 31, at 12:30 pm. The Georgia School grew from many years of experience with and support of the Southeastern School, which was among the oldest existing regional training events of its kind. The Georgia School will
continue to faithfully listen to the needs of participants and diligently work to create a positive learning environment that has been an important part of the training of thousands of substance abuse prevention and treatment professionals.


Location: Hyatt Regency

2 West Bay Street
Savannah, GA 30062
United States


Sponsoring Organizations: Alcohol and Drug Certification Board of Georgia; Caron


Type of Event: Conference


Program Agenda: Program Brochure: http://www.thegeorgiaschool.org/GA%20School%20Brochure%202012rev5.pdf


Invited Officials / Presenters: Dr. David Satcher, Director, Satcher Health Leadership Institute & Former U.S. Surgeon General. Christopher Kennedy Lawford, Author/Activist/Actor. Dr. Kevin Sabet, Policy Consultant & Assistant Professor, University of Florida


Targeted participants for this year's event: 500



Primary Contact:
Miguel Fernandez
3401 Covington Highway

Decatur, GA  30030

United States
404-508-6508



Secondary Contact:
Dr. Taunya Lowe
GA  
404-660-1216



Website: http://www.thegeorgiaschool.org






 

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