Regional Training on Addiction and Recovery
A regional training event — “Understanding Addiction and the Road to Recovery” — sponsored by Johnson County Community of Hope (JCCOH) will be held Thursday-Friday, November 14-15, 2013, at the Big Sandy Community & Technical College Mayo Campus.
An informational packet detailing the training opportunities and event registration form is available by contacting Cassandra Johnson at Cassanadra.firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration information MUST be completed and submitted to Ms. Johnson by November 1 as seating is limited.
There will be a separate sign in for those who wish to receive CEU credits on the day of registration where you will need to provide your license number. There is limited parking so carpool if available.
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