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All Things Recovery by Jimmy Cioe
Jimmy brings over two decades in long-term recovery and his work as an alcohol/drug counselor to RecoveryNC. His work includes bringing greater visibility of effective prevention, treatment, and recovery to the workforce and the public and the promotion of a Recovery Oriented System of Care.
The SUD Advocate – Updates for Substance Use Disorder Providers
Stay in the know with the latest information, news and updates for individuals and organizations in the Substance Use Disorder field.
Substance Use Disorder Federation [sudfederation.org]
The North Carolina Substance Use Disorder Federation is a consortium of substance use disorder organizations and groups that promote policies to assure quality systems of education, prevention, and the expansion of a continuum of prevention and treatment services and recovery supports to effectively meet the needs of our population.
Updates for Doctors, Nurses & Other Healthcare Professionals
The latest news and updates delivered bi-weekly on a variety of addiction medicine topics including Safer Opioid Prescribing, Pain and Addiction, Opioid Treatment Programs, Buprenorphine/OBOT, the Controlled Substances Reporting System (CSRS), Tobacco Cessation and more.
Addiction Medicine Conference
The annual Addiction Medicine Conference provides up-to-date substance abuse related education, applicable across general medical as well as addiction specialty practices. This email list will keep you up to date on important conference dates and logistics as they develop.
Updates from the NC Practice Improvement Collaborative [NC PIC]
The NCPIC is committed to evidence-based practices, programs, and policies so that NC residents can lead healthy and productive lives. Evidence-based prevention, education, early intervention, treatment, and recovery services and supports are critical to achieving this goal. Newsletters address clinical and policy updates and dates of upcoming events that may be of interest to treatment providers, LME/MCO staff, policymakers, academicians, researchers, advocates, and consumers and their families in North Carolina.
Governor’s Working Group on Veterans, Service Members, and their Families
The GWG is a coalition of federal and state agencies, nonprofits, and advocacy organizations interested in assisting military members and their families lead successful lives prior to, during, and after deployment. The Group attempts to identify gaps in behavioral health services, education, employment, and housing and work together to develop effective solutions. Newsletters contain information on current initiatives in the State as well as upcoming events, trainings, resources, and advances in research..
NC STRIVE (Student Transition Resource Initiative for Veteran’s Education)
Aimed at administrators, staff, and faculty at two-year and four-year public and private institutions of higher learning, NC STRIVE is committed to the enhancement of student veterans’ success by providing them with the necessary information, opportunities, and resources to achieve their career goals. Emails provide information on the annual conference as well as resources for those serving student veterans.
Breathe Easy Conference
Breathe Easy NC is a statewide initiative to reduce tobacco use among behavioral health consumers and staff. Since its inception in 2011 the initiative has formed a statewide coalition and now hosts biennial conferences. The program seeks to include mental health professionals including psychologists, clinical social workers, licensed professional counselors, marriage and family therapists, physicians, nurses, substance abuse counselors, health educators and other healthcare professionals interested in reducing tobacco use in the behavioral health community. Emails will feature updates and conference information.