The APNC Nominations and Elections Committee announced the following slate of candidates for the 2016-17 term of office: 1) President – Tony Beatty 2) Vice
APNC invites members to apply for seed money grants to assist their agency’s 2015 September National Recovery Month public events. APNC will provide $4000 to distribute across the state to help fund activities as requested by members in that region. Since 2009, we provided seed money to fund or partially fund thirty-four events, with grants awards ranging from $250.00 for small community events to $1000.00 for larger regional efforts.
Effective May 1st, Walter B. Jones Center, an Alcohol & Drug Abuse Treatment Center (ADATC) based in Greenville, will no longer bill for Medicaid and
“The Affordable Care Act”, “SBIRT”, “Integrated Care”, “The National Prevention Strategy”, “behavioral health”… What does this all mean and how do prevention services fit into this rapidly changing health care delivery system. This workshop will examine the role of prevention in this newly emerging system.
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