The 7th Annual Georgia School of Addiction Studies offers a unique opportunity for professional development, information exchange, and networking. It is designed to address the need for knowledge and skill development through advanced training.
The purpose and objectives of the Georgia School of Addiction Studies are to:
During the School, SAMHSA’s Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies (CAPT) will provide a Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training (SAPST) for Georgia Partnership for Success II grant sub-recipients and SAMHSA-funded community prevention providers as part of Georgia’s workforce development for community prevention providers and coalition members. (Note that this is not a conference wide event and participants will be pre-selected by invitation.)
For more information on the School or to register, please visit the link provided below.