Join APNC/NAADAC for only $99 during our March to Membership Drive!

Special offer available now through March 31st for New or Lapsed (more than 12 months) Members. Standard Annual Dues are $130 for Professionals, $109 for Associates, and $50.50 for Students. Benefits of Becoming an APNC Member: Professional Networking Opportunities Huge Savings on Regional, State, and National Conferences and Workshops Insurance Discounts Free Webinars APNC and…

2017 Conference Sponsorship Opportunities

Interested in being a part of the 2017 Spring and/or Fall Conferences and showcasing your organization as an exhibitor or sponsor? 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…

Now Accepting Applications for Student Scholarships for APNC Spring Conference

We invite students to apply for 2017 Spring Conference Scholarship opportunity.  The scholarship includes registration fee and students will be responsible for their own travel and lodging. The Conference will be held April 19-21, 2017 at the Crowne Plaza Resort in Asheville, NC. Scholarship Application Requirements include: A completed 2017 Spring Scholarship Application A one-page…

APNC Northeastern Regional Training: An Introduction to Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation in Addiction Treatment

APNC Northeastern Regional Training: An Introduction to Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation in Addiction Treatment. The APNC Northeastern Region is proud to offer this training, presented by: Ed Johnson, M.Ed., MA, LPC. LGBTQ individuals are a hidden minority in addiction treatment settings.  They have issues related to shame and trauma that when left unaddressed result in unsuccessful outcomes.  This session will increase participant’s knowledge of the issues of sexual minorities and increase their skills for recognizing and working with this population.

Antithesis of Overdose

Thursday, December 8th, 2016 at College Park Baptist Church, adjacent to UNCG’s campus, 75 community members assembled to discuss action steps and solutions surrounding opioid addiction and recovery. Each of these attendants (public officials, community leaders, and tax payers) were in some way personally affected by the disease of addiction. Like every disease, addiction does…