March to Membership Drive!

Special offer available throughout the month of March for New or Lapsed (more than 12 months) Members. Standard Annual Dues are $130 for Professionals, $109 for Associates & Peer Recovery Support Specialists (NEW!), and $50.50 for Students. For this month only, dues will be discounted to $99 for Professionals and $79 for both Associates &…

ASAM Strategic Plan: People Get Better Than Well

Yesterday, the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) revealed their strategic plan for 2018-21 in which they strengthen their focus on the full spectrum of addiction care: prevention, treatment, remission, and recovery. The inclusion of recovery as the ultimate potential within the addiction spectrum, distinct from remission, affirms what many of us have known for decades: recovery…

Register for the 2018 APNC Spring Conference in Asheville, NC

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.

Spring 2018 Conference Sponsorship

    Addiction Professionals of North Carolina is committed to empowering our prevention, treatment, and recovery professionals to thrive. The unrelenting addiction epidemic and North Carolina’s evolving continuum of care require deliberate education and vigilant advocacy. Our conferences keep helpers up to date on what’s trending in the field. We provide training on exciting innovations…

South Central Regional Training: Recovery Messaging for Providers

The APNC South Central Region is proud to offer this training, presented by: Scott Luetgenau, MSW, LCSW-A, LCAS-A The Recovery Messaging Training will equip individuals with a fundamental grasp of the latest neuroscience behind addictive behaviors. The intersection of environmental, psychological, genetic, and neurobiological factors will be discussed as key contributors to addiction. This approach…