JSU Newswire
Jacksonville, Alabama

JSU To Offer Appalachian School
for Alcohol and Other Drug Studies

JACKSONVILLE -- June 7, 2001 -- The JSU Office of Continuing Education announces the First Annual Appalachian School for Alcohol and Other Drug Studies, which will be held July 10-13, 2001, on campus.

The Appalachian School is designed to address the need for:

  • Professionals involved in the prevention and treatment of addictive disorders related to alcohol and other substances.
  • Professionals desiring CEU's for licensure or certification purposes.

We have involved providers from Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee as active partners in planning and presentation of the school in order to assure a quality and relevant training experience. Participants on our planning committee include representatives from the following agencies:

  • Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation
  • State Department of Education
  • Department of Public Safety
  • Alcohol Beverage Control Board
  • Law enforcement agencies
  • Service providers from a broad spectrum of public and private entities

The Appalachian School is a non-profit venture that is totally financed through exhibitor fees, participant registration and corporate sponsorship. We welcome you to participate in this skill-based school which will be available to our many regional service providers in the tri-state area. Employees of Jacksonville State University may register with a 25% discount.

Brochures are available through the Office of Continuing Education. All information is also available on our web page at www.apsads.org. Come and join us for the launching of this milestone first year of the Appalachian School.


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