SAVE THE DATE & CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
8:00am – 4:00pm
Radisson Hotel, Manchester, NH
Registration and additional details will be available in late March.
About the Summit
The first ever NH Governor’s Summit on Substance Misuse aims to inform and foster a continued collective response through prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery supports. The event will encourage participants to reach beyond their professions and understand and learn from their peers in other sectors to develop an environment of understanding and establish a strong network of resources for the individuals they serve.
Continuing education credits for nurses, physicians, licensed clinical social workers, certified prevention specialists, and licensed alcohol and drug counselors will be applied for.
There will be no cost to attend this valuable event.
Who should attend?
Health/Medical – behavioral health, substance use professionals,
physicians, primary care, nurses, hospitals/urgent care, public
health, community health centers, pharmacists
Education – teachers, school counselors, principals, school
boards, superintendents, student assistance programs, school
resource officers, school nurses, school faculty/staff (i.e. bus
drivers, food service staff, janitors)
Justice System – Courts, JPPO
Corrections – State, county and community corrections
Policy Leaders – legislators, county commissioners
Division of Children, Youth and Families
Call for Presentations
The planning committee is seeking submissions for presentations for the Summit. The Summit Planning Committee has identified four key categories for the educational content at the event: Prevention, Intervention, Treatment, and Recovery Supports.
The deadline for submissions is close of business February 5, 2016.
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