APNC May Membership Drive

NAADAC, the Association for Addiction Professionals, has just announced it will drop $20 from the price of membership for the month of May only! Addiction Professionals of North Carolina (APNC) has agreed to take an additional $5 off the price of membership in May.
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As part of APNC’s May Membership Campaign, we are awarding free conference registration to the current member who recruits the most new applicants.

This is a great opportunity for nonmembers and former members whose membership has lapsed for at least one year to join North Carolina’s premier association for addiction and prevention professionals.   New members can join for the following incredible low rates:

$95 Full Professional Membership for those already working in the SA field
$74 Associate Membership for those working toward credentialing and not yet 5 years in the field
$25.50 Student Membership for those enrolled in an Addictions Studies program and not yet employed.

Spring Awards Nominations

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.

2011 Art of Counseling Award

Clyde Ebron, the recipient of this year’s Art of Counseling award holds a Bachelor of Science degree from AT&T State University.  He’s a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist and a Certified Clinical Supervisor.  He began his career in 1994 with Charter Behavioral Health Systems of Greensboro as a group and family therapist.

2011 Art of Prevention Award

Virginia L. Johnson, the recipient of this year’s Art of Prevention award began her adventure in the substance abuse prevention arena at an early age.  She was an active member of the Students Against Drunk Driving, marched in Raleigh, meeting with legislators, advocating to lower the legal limit down to .08 while driving, the bill passed!