How Will You Decide

Written and Submitted by Flay J. Lee APNC Member and NCSAPPB President Recently I shared some clinical dilemmas with a colleague of mind concerning situations that involved staff, professional ethics and issues surrounding LGTB clients in a substance abuse aftercare setting. She immediately challenged me to engage in writing a brief statement on the expectations…

Executive Director’s Report – March

Over the past year, APNC has experienced a 25% increase in our membership! People are joining APNC because they view our organization as the best vehicle for helping them gain valuable skills, meet and connect with other professionals and to impact the way substance abuse services are provided. This membership increase is a credit to…

Call for APNC Board of Director Nominations

APNC President Angela Maxwell has recently appointed the Nominations Committee for 2014-2015 year. Members include: Wrenn Rivenbark, Chair (919) 716 3875 wrenng@windstream.net Anna Godwin (252) 237-1242 anna@ncparentresourcecenter.org Lilla Robinson (336) 314-4377 lcr928@triad.rr.com If you or anyone you know has interest in serving on the APNC board, please contact any of these nominations committee members. Elections…

2014 Spring Award Nominations

APNC members, it is your time to take advantage of the opportunity to recognize those hard working and diligent in the field.  Nominations for the Art of Counseling Award, the Art of Prevention Award, and Anthony D. M “Tony” Mulvihill Award for Sustained and Meritorious Advocacy  will open soon.
Be the first to submit!

In the words of Phil Mooring, Awards Committee Chairman, “APNC is made up of the most highly skilled and dedicated professionals to be found anywhere in the nation. These awards present a unique opportunity to recognize our members who continue to make North Carolina a better place.” Mooring challenges APNC members to use these prestigious awards to recognize deserving individuals.

The Art of Counseling Award and the Art of Prevention Award are meant to recognize achievement by those engaged in “frontline” work. Nominees must be members of APNC.