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2015 APNC Spring Conference
April 15-17th

APNC Spring Conference 2015

Crowne Plaza Tennis & Golf Resort
One Resort Drive, Asheville, NC 28806

 

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
We hope you enjoyed the conference!

 

Who Should Attend?

Addiction Professionals of North Carolina is a statewide organization dedicated to helping the individual, family and community understand, prevent, and treat the disease of addiction. Our educational conferences, held each year in the fall and spring, are designed for Counselors, Prevention Specialists, DWI Assessors, Psychologists, Therapists, EAP consultants, Social Workers, Educators, Students, and others interested in the field.

Continuing Education Credits (NCSAPPB & CEU/CE)

The NC Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board (NCSAPPB) has approved up to 18 hours of credit for the three days. Individual credit will be awarded for each session attended, and NCSAPPB credit is included with conference registration.

CE credits for this event are sponsored by Program Services continuing Education. Credits are available for licensed psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, professional counselors, nurses, and addiction professionals. Other allied fields may also apply. Program Services is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Program Services maintains responsibility for this program and its content. To receive CEs, licensed professionals will need to complete the CE section while registering online. An additional $20.00 fee will be added to your registration. To receive your CE Certificate, applicants will need to submit their conference transcript (provided to you in your conference packet) to Program Services before leaving the conference or email within two weeks of the conference.

Addiction Professionals of North Carolina (APNC) exist to advance policy, services, and professional development that reflect the highest standards of the addiction profession, strengthen its value to the community and promote the values of its members.

Conference Schedule

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

8:00 – 8:45 a.m. — Registration

8:45 – Noon — Welcome Plenary: Treating Moral Injury, Cardwell C. Nuckols, PhD

12:00 – 1:30 p.m. — Lunch & APNC Business Meeting

1:30 – 1:45 p.m. — Break

1:45 – 5:00 p.m. — Concurrent Sessions

Session A: Getting Creative with Music Therapy (Sponsored by Lakeview)
Brittany Harmon, MT-BC

Session B: The Invisibility Syndrome Among Cocaine Dependent African American Men
Oliver J. Johnson, PhD

Session C: Vicarious Trauma and the Substance Use Disorder Counselor
Sharlena Thomas

Session D: The New Recovery Movement (Sponsored by RCNC)
Chris Budnick

Session E: The ABCs: Becoming a CSAPC
Nicole Augustine

8:00 – 9:00 p.m. — Open 12-Step Meeting

Thursday, April 16, 2015

8:30 – 11:45 a.m. — Concurrent Sessions

Session A: Professional Ethics and the Right Use of Power
Ellen Pallme

Session B: Changes in DSM-5 Related to Substance Abuse Professionals and ASAM Criteria
Rawson Carlin

Session C: Addiction and the Family: Recognizing How the Family is Affected (Sponsored by Fellowship Hall)
Mat Sandifer, MSW, LCSW, LCAS

Session D: Community Level Prevention (Environmental Strategies) – Prevention to Treatment
Lindsay Carver

Session E: Celebrate Recovery: A Faith Based Recovery Program
Tony Beatty, MA, LCAS, CCS, Anna Godwin, LCAS, MS, Louis C. Leake

12:00 – 1:30 p.m. — Luncheon Plenary: Recovery Advocacy (Sponsored by Hope Homes), Hillary Belk
                                 Spring Awards Presentations

1:30 – 1:45 p.m. — Break

1:45 – 5:00 p.m. — Concurrent Sessions (Afternoon Break 3:15-3:30)

Session A: The Prevention Bottom Line: What you need to know about Return on Investment
Terri Moy

Session B: Exploring the Landscape of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Devices and Other Emerging Tobacco Products
Jim D. Martin, MS and Erin L. Sutfin, PhD

Session C: Supporting the Family After Treatment (Sponsored by Fellowship Hall)
Mat Sandifer, MSW, LCSW, LCAS

Session D: Co-Occurring Disorders (Sponsored by McLeod Center)
Courtney Ycaza, MA, LCAS, LPC, CSI

Session E: New Systems Approach to Offender Reentry
Nicole Sullivan

Friday, April 17, 2014

8:00 – 8:15 a.m. — Registration

8:15 – 8:30 a.m. — Announcements

8:30 – 10:00 a.m. — Concurrent Sessions

Session A: Integrating 12-Step Programs into Counseling Practicer
Austin Smith

Session B: Engaging Presentation Design: Science Tested, Audience Approved
GeoAnna Smith

Session C: Drug Education for Substance Abuse Providers (Sponsored by McLeod)
Courtney Ycaza, MA, LCAS, LPC, CSI

Session D:  The Good, The Bad and the Unknown: Updates in 12 Step and Recovery-Oriented Approaches (Sponsored by Pavillon)
Brian Coon, MA, LCAS

Session E: Experiential Therapies in Young Adult Treatment (Sponsored by Red Oak Recovery)
Heather Schnoebelen, MA, LPC, LCAS, CCS-I

10:00 – 10:15 a.m. — Break

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. — Closing: The Future of Addiction Treatment: Trends and Best Practices (Sponsored by Pavillon)
Brian Coon, MA, LCAS

11:45 – 12:00 a.m. — Door Prizes

Session Details and Conference Speakers

Treating Moral Injury

Presented By: Cardwell C. Nuckols, PhD

Description: This skills-training event will provide clinicians with a treatment model and rationale for approaching those suffering the guilt and shame of moral injury. For diagnostic purposes, PTSD and moral injury will be compared and contrasted.

Bio: Dr. Cardwell C. Nuckols is described as “one of the most influential clinical and spiritual trainers in North America.” He has served the behavioral medicine field for almost 40 years and for the last 20 years is considered one of the leading experts in the world on addiction and recovery.

Getting Creative with Music Therapy (Sponsored by Lakeview Health)

Presented By: Brittany Harmon, MT-BC

Description: This training will cover experiential and creative therapies with a central focus on music therapy.

Bio: Brittany Harmon is a board-certified music therapist who has served clients in medical, psychiatric and educational settings throughout Florida. She received her bachelor’s degree in music from Stetson University and a master’s degree in music therapy from Florida State University. She is a member of the American Music Therapy Association. She is excited to have the opportunity to share the power of music wherever she goes.

Vicarious Trauma and the Substance Use Disorder Counselor

Presented By: Maureen Motley Zitin, MSS, LCSW, LCAS, CSI

Description: This training will provide the learner with information regarding vicarious trauma experienced while working with individuals with substance use disorders. In order to maximize field retention, personal responsibility toward health, wellness, and safety is promoted. Current research and materials will be provided.

Bio: I have worked in the mental health and substance abuse field with children and adults for over 25 years as a group home parent, therapist, educator, administrator and clinical supervisor. I am passionate about helping people discover their own resilience and learning the skills to make meaningful connections to each other and our world. I live in Asheville, NC with my husband of 32 years and spend hours each month Skyping with our young adult children. When I am not working or chatting, I am reading, writing, hiking and dreaming of travel (and sometimes, actually traveling).

Recovery Oriented Systems of Care and Recovery Management (Sponsored by RCNC)

Presented By: Chris Budnick

Description:  This presentation will explore the foundations of Recovery Oriented Systems of Care with specific attention to Recovery Management Strategies.

Bio: Chris Budnick is Vice President of Programs for The Healing Place of Wake County, founding board chair for Recovery Communities of North Carolina and is an adjunct instructor with the Department of Social Work at North Carolina State University.

The ABCs: Becoming a CSAPC

Presented By: Nicole Augustine

Description: This session will focus on the newly outlined prevention domains and the supporting theories that assist Prevention Specialists in developing professional capacity. The goal of this session is to enhance knowledge and skills needed to acquire professional credentials and improve the efficacy of prevention work in the community.

Bio: Nicole Augustine has been a substance abuse prevention professional since 2004. She is a passionate practitioner, who enjoys opportunities to facilitate community level change and is committed to choosing prevention because it works!

Professional Ethics and the Right Use of Power

Presented By: Ellen Pallme

Description: In this workshop participants will understand the role of power in the supervisory relationship and how to utilize it to maintain and enhance the relationship. Through interactive exercises, they will explore different types of leadership and learn their preferences and how to increase their ease with other styles.

Bio: Ellen Pallme is dually licensed as a LCSW and a LCAS. She has over 10 years experience working with trauma and prevention programs. She worked for five years as a team lead on an intensive in-home and currently supervises clinicians seeking their LCAS.

Changes in DSM-5 Related to Substance Abuse Professionals and ASAM Criteria

Presented By: Rawson Carlin

Description: This session will be an overview of the changes in the DSM-5 from the DSM-IV-TR, and introduction of gambling disorder. We will cover how to make DSM-5 Substance Use Disorder diagnoses using the 11 criteria for specific substances and specifiers, and properly code and record them. We will also discuss changes in the ASAM criteria and how to apply them.

Bio: Rawson lives in Statesville, NC with his wife and 11 year old son. He established E Care Counseling, PLLC in Morresville, NC where he provides individual, group, marriage, and addiction counseling. E Care Counseling is an approved NAADAC education provider and Rawson offers workshops to train counselors.

Addiction and the Family: Recognizing How the Family is Affected (Sponsored by Fellowship Hall)

Mat Sandifer, MSW, LCSW, LCAS

Description: Describe the family as a system whose parts, family members, work in conjunction attempting to maintain balance. Examine how the addictive disease process disrupts this balance and study the rigid roles that evolve as the disruption intensifies resulting in significant strain on all members of the family.

Bio: Mat Sandifer has worked in the field of addiction treatment over 20 years. He currently works as a family counselor at Fellowship Hall, Inc. and has partnered with 2 other practitioners at Family Recovery Center, a private practice serving families and their needs.

Community Level Prevention (Environmental Strategies) – Prevention to Treatment

Presented By: Lindsay Carver

Description: The Partnership for Substance Free Youth in Buncombe County Coalition officially began in 2010. Since then we have been able to motivate and empower the Buncombe County Community to take a stance on substance abuse and how it affects the youth in Buncombe County. This session will focus on why coalitions are important within the communities that we serve, and how valuable treatment professionals are in the work that prevention professionals do.

Bio: Lindsay Carver graduated from The University of North Carolina Asheville in 2010 with a degree in Health and Wellness Promotion. Lindsay began working at ARP in August of 2010 as the Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator for Buncombe County which included Coordinating The Partnership for Substance Free Youth. Since then, Lindsay has been able to graduate from the CADCA Academy for The Partnership, obtained her CSAPC and has been able to secure federal and local dollars to support The Partnership.

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Celebrate Recovery: A Faith Based Recovery Program

Presented By: Tony Beatty, MA, LCAS, CCS; Anna Godwin, LCAS, MS; Louis C. Leake

Description: Celebrate Recovery (CR) is a well-established, faith based recovery program that addresses various “hurts, habits, and hang-ups” including substance use, anxiety, food addiction, and more. This session will address the foundational components of CR vs other recovery programs. A panel of CR members will detail their CR experience.

Bios: Tony retired after 30 years of providing direct services in a variety of settings. He is currently teaching in the Substance Abuse Counseling Program at Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte, North Carolina. He has been involved with Celebrate Recovery since May 2013.

Anna is the Coordinator of the NC Parent Resource Center at Families in Action, Inc. Prior to working in prevention Anna worked in residential and outpatient treatment. She currently provides training throughout NC and serves on the APNC Board. Anna has been involved with Celebrate Recovery since February 2014.

Louis is the senior counselor with Carolina Treatment Center and Lead instructor of the Fundamental Skills of Substance Abuse Counseling at Fayetteville Technical Community College. He also serves as the Substance Abuse Omponent of County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council. He currently provides regional training and serves on the APNC Board. Louis has been involved with CR since January 2010.

The Prevention Bottom Line: What you need to know about Return on Investment

Presented By: Terri Moy

Description: The Bottom Line is The Right People in the Right Roles: Through hands-on group activities and discussion, build your skills to take your prevention efforts to a new level of effectiveness by increasing community interest and funding opportunities while sustaining support with current partners and funding sources.

Bio: Terri Bost Moy from Winston-Salem is a Technical Assistance, Training and Program Specialist for Unlimited Success, a division of Partnership for a Drug-Free NC. With 10 years of nonprofit experience, a MS in Curriculum and Instruction and BA in Communications, she has experience with youth leadership, fund development, volunteer management, capacity building and community development.

Exploring the Landscape of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Devices and Other Emerging Tobacco Products

Presented By: Jim D. Martin, MS and Erin L. Sutfin, PhD

Description: This presentation will explore the changing landscape of available nicotine-containing products, with a focus on electronic nicotine delivery systems. We will describe the most recent scientific literature, including patterns of use; discuss health implications and describe the regulatory environment.

Bio: Dr. Sutfin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Social Sciences and Health Policy, Division of Public Health Sciences, at Wake Forest School of Medicine. She conducts research on tobacco use, prevention, and cessation among adolescents and young adults, with a focus on research aimed to inform tobacco regulatory science.

Supporting the Family After Treatment (Sponsored by Fellowship Hall)

Presented By: Mat Sandifer, MSW, LCSW, LCAS

Description: Look at the developmental needs of the family after a treatment episode. How to support family members in recognizing the need for their ongoing support and how to access supports within their community.

Bio: Mat Sandifer has worked in the field of addiction treatment over 20 years. He currently works as a family counselor at Fellowship Hall, Inc. and has partnered with 2 other practitioners at Family Recovery Center, a private practice serving families and their needs.

Co-Occurring Disorders (Sponsored by McLeod)

Presented By: Courtney Ycaza, MA, LCAS, LPC, CSI

Description: Presentation will focus on co-occurring disorders and specifically the challenges and treatment of them by substance abuse professionals. Session will provide an overview of co- occurring disorders, diagnostic information, treatment strategies and resources for both practitioners and clients. The session will introduce participants to common co-occurring disorders seen in substance abuse and help clinicians to recognize them. Session will also cover those that are not as common. Presenter will conclude by providing resources for both the client and counselor as well as relevant research and literature on this topic.

Bio: Courtney is graduate of UNCC with Masters degrees in Criminal Justice and Counseling. Courtney has worked as a counselor in methadone treatment, suboxone treatment, mental health private practice and started as the Director of Adult Treatment Services at McLeod Center in February 2014. Courtney’s areas of interest include counselor supervision, co-occurring disorders and acute mental health.

New Systems Approach to Offender Reentry

Presented By: Nicole Sullivan

Description: This session will focus on providing information regarding the history of Parole and Post-Release Supervision in North Carolina and the Department Of Public Safety’s “New Systems Approach to Offender Reentry.”

Bio: Nicole Sullivan was named Director of a new section, Rehabilitative Programs & Services, in early 2013. This section is responsible for developing, implementing, and monitoring rehabilitative interventions for adult offenders as well as providing research and decision support analysis and coordinating reentry initiatives within the Division of Adult Correction and Juvenile Justice.

Integrating 12-Step Programs into Counseling Practice

Presented By: Austin Smith, CSAC-I

Description: The presentation will acquaint addiction professionals with the advantages of 12-step programs; how they work, why they work, and why the counselor should encourage their clients to participate in them. The Alcoholics Anonymous program will be discussed and used as an example.

Bio: Intern with DLA NC Substance Abuse Services, Newton NC

Engaging Presentation Design: Science Tested, Audience Approved

Presented By: GeoAnna Smith, CSAPC

Description: We often spend so much time on the content of presentations that we neglect our visual aid: the slideshow. This session will review best practices on how audiences learn and retain information. Participants will be taught immediately implementable steps to create presentation designs that support audience perception and retention.

Bio: GeoAnna Smith received her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Yale University, and this background has facilitated her work in HIV and substance abuse prevention. Her passions include strengthening evaluation of the prevention field and making the world a better place one slideshow presentation at a time.

Drug Education for Substance Abuse Providers (Sponsored by McLeod)

Presented By: Courtney Ycaza, MA, LCAS, LPC, CSI

Description: Provides a basic overview on drugs of abuse and designer drugs. Provides clinicians with tips on discussing these drugs with clients and how to screen for them in an assessment. Provides current trends and statistics on a national and state level.

Bio: Courtney is graduate of UNCC with Masters degrees in Criminal Justice and Counseling. Courtney has worked as a counselor in methadone treatment, suboxone treatment, mental health private practice and started as the Director of Adult Treatment Services at McLeod Center in February 2014. Courtney’s areas of interest include counselor supervision, co-occurring disorders and acute mental health.

The Good, The Bad and the Unknown: Updates in 12 Step and Recovery-Oriented Approaches (Sponsored by Pavillon)

Presented By: Brian Coon

Description: The 12 step framework of addiction recovery and the 12 step facilitation model underlying addiction treatment are being critiqued and replaced in an academic approach to identifying and implementing protocols for evidence-based or best practices. Long term recovery supports play an important role following formal treatment, and abstinence based 12 step recovery models have a long history of success. Changes in frameworks for the provision of healthcare serve as contextual forces that may benefit or threaten addiction treatment. This presentation will provide an updated look at 12 Step and Recovery-Oriented approaches as a basis for formal treatment and ongoing recovery.

Bio: Brian Coon is Pavillon’s Director of Clinical Programs. His duties include direction of the evaluation and treatment of the medical and other professionals served at Pavillon, development of organization-wide clinical programing, clinical staff education, internal and external training, and outcome evaluation. He received both his undergraduate degree in psychology and his master’s degree in community/clinical psychology from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. He is a licensed clinical addictions specialist. Brian has over 25 years of experience in addressing co-occurring chemical dependency and mental health disorders in roles ranging from clinician to clinical supervisor and manager of multiple treatment programs. He has also served as guest lecturer and part-time faculty to undergraduate and graduate students in psychology, counseling, nursing and drug and alcohol counselor training programs. His clinical background is in cognitive-behavioral psychology and evidence-based treatment of co-occurring disorders in various residential and outpatient modalities and levels of care.

Experiential Therapies in Young Adult Treatment (Sponsored by Red Oak Recovery)

Presented By: Heather Schnoebelen, MA, LPC, LCAS, CCS-I

Description: Evidence demonstrates that young adults in treatment don’t always respond to traditional therapies. This training will look at adventure based holistic approaches that not only reach but also engage young adults in treatment, recovery and healthy lifestyles.

Bio: Heather is licensed as a professional counselor and a clinical addictions specialist. She holds a Master’s degree in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology (with an emphasis in wilderness therapy) from Naropa University. Heather has been working with adolescents, young adults, and families for 14 years. She has been a part of developing and starting two Behavioral Health substance abuse programs. Her areas of experience include addiction, spirituality, self-harm behavior, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, and loss. Heather’s clinical approach is person-centered and humanistic, using evidenced based interventions. She is honored to be a part of the lives of young adults and their families as they embark on their journey to health.

Closing Plenary: The Future of Addiction Treatment: Trends and Best  (Sponsored by Pavillon)

Presented By: Brian Coon

Description: Addiction treatment is changing. Newer drugs of abuse are emerging. Clinical practices in addiction treatment are shifting, with a newer emphasis on disease management/recovery-management models. Concepts of addiction, relapse, and recovery are being clarified at a time when patient profiles are changing, basic assumptions about addiction treatment are being questioned, and improvements in evidence-based practices are available, including the use of new technologically based protocols.

Bio: Brian Coon is Pavillon’s Director of Clinical Programs. His duties include direction of the evaluation and treatment of the medical and other professionals served at Pavillon, development of organization-wide clinical programing, clinical staff education, internal and external training, and outcome evaluation. He received both his undergraduate degree in psychology and his master’s degree in community/clinical psychology from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. He is a licensed clinical addictions specialist. Brian has over 25 years of experience in addressing co-occurring chemical dependency and mental health disorders in roles ranging from clinician to clinical supervisor and manager of multiple treatment programs. He has also served as guest lecturer and part-time faculty to undergraduate and graduate students in psychology, counseling, nursing and drug and alcohol counselor training programs. His clinical background is in cognitive-behavioral psychology and evidence-based treatment of co-occurring disorders in various residential and outpatient modalities and levels of care.

Registration Now Open!

April 15-17, 2015 | Crowne Plaza Tennis & Golf Resort | Asheville, NC

Conference Registration includes lunches on Wednesday and Thursday, including refreshments during breaks. Dinner is not included as part of the registration. Participants are encouraged to explore Asheville’s diverse culinary offerings.

If you join APNC before the conference begins, you can attend at member-rate. Membership applications are available online.  Please phone us for additional information. 

Please register early! Conference participation will be limited.

REGISTRATION FEES
  • Full Conference Registration for APNC Members: $199
  • Full Conference Registration for Non-APNC Members: $265
  • One Day Only Registration for APNC Members: $130
  • One Day Only Registration for Non-APNC Members: $150

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APNC Spring Conference 2015

Conference Hotel Lodging

April 15-17th in Asheville, NC

Crowne Plaza Tennis & Golf Resort

One Resort Drive
Asheville, NC 28806
828-285-2603

APNC Hotel Discounted Rate: $105 per night

HOTEL IS FULL!

 

 

 

Four Points by Sheraton Asheville Downtown (Only 4 Minutes from Conference Center)

22 Woodfin Street
Asheville, NC 28801
828-253-1851

APNC Hotel Discounted Rate: $99 per night

Click Link to Reserve Your Room: APNCApril2015

HOTEL REGISTRATION DEADLINE: April 7th

Discount for APNC Conference Participants

APNC has secured a limited number of rooms at a special discounted rate for conference participants. To take advantage of conference rates, book your room by calling  828-285-2603 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8am-4pm and indicate that you are with the “APNC Conference.”
HOTEL DISCOUNT ENDS IN MARCH.

About the Crowne Plaza Resort (Conference Hotel)

Located in Asheville, North Carolina and only one mile from the stylish and eclectic downtown area, the Asheville Crowne Plaza features accommodations that offer more than just a good night’s sleep. Inside this hotel, you will find towering stone walls and a grand stone fireplace with a newly renovated lobby perfect for relaxing with a good book or before your night out on the town.

Impeccable service and décor with spacious guest room accommodations offer you a chance to enjoy a quiet morning with your newspaper and cup of coffee on your private balcony or patio, offered in all our guest rooms. The Resort offers 34,000 square feet of conference space and is perfect for small intimate groups of 10 up to 1800 people for a large convention.

About Asheville, NC

Asheville, NC has been recognized by many top magazines and newspapers as one of the “Top Ten Vacation Spots”, “Top Ten Places to Retire” and “Top Ten Places to Live”. Asheville’s popularity has grown over the years beginning in the late 1800’s when George Vanderbilt purchased over 250,000 acres in Asheville to build his summer home, Biltmore.

Today, Biltmore is one of the Southeast’s top tourist destinations and has over one million visitors annually. Presidents, dignitaries and celebrities have continued visiting over the years to take in Asheville’s unique downtown architecture, much of which was inspired by the art deco movement.

It thrives today with unique shops, art galleries and over 90 independent restaurants in the immediate downtown area. Other attractions in and around Asheville include The Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville Grayline Trolley Tours, Chimney Rock Park, Lake Lure, White Water Rafting, NC Arboretum, Folk Art Center, Grove Arcade, Flat Rock Playhouse and Pisgah National Forest with abundant hiking and biking trails.

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Why Sponsor APNC Conferences?

By sponsoring an APNC Conference, your organization will receive invaluable digital and print exposure. APNC will provide brand awareness through brochures, conference materials, display/signage, and direct links to your website from conference email invitations, online registrations and website. Sponsors will also receive recognition through social media networks.

More information about the various sponsorship levels and extensive benefits available can be found by downloading:
2015 APNC Conference Sponsorship Information Form

2015 Conference Sponsorship Application

What if I am an APNC Organizational Member?

Sponsor Level Organizational Members
Prime Level Organizational Members receive 10% off exhibitor fees.

Patron Level Organizational Members
Patron Level Organizational Members receive an exhibitor space and one complimentary registration as part of their annual membership benefits. Patrons can maximize their exposure with special conference sponsor discounts and benefits as a Keystone Patron member. Contact us to learn more.

Partners-in-Recovery Level Organizational Members
Partners-in-Recovery Level Organizational Members receive an exhibitor table, 4 conference registrations (or scholarships in your name) and a full page ad in the conference booklet.

Become a Sponsor or Exhibitor Today

Thank you for your interest in sponsoring an APNC Conference and for your support for the Addiction Professionals of North Carolina. Please download and complete the 2015 Conference Sponsorship Application, and submit a high-resolution image of your logo along with your completed form to Registration@APNC.org. Please mail a copy of the completed form along with your payment to APNC.

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Durham, NC 27722-1814