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April 25, 2014

Duluth CEU Event: Now What? Multiple Disorders and Intervention

We are sorry to announce that due to lack of registrations, the May 22nd free CEU event is canceled. If you are interested in learning more about this topic and/or The Emily Program services, please click here to contact our outreach team.

Join the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, AiR, and The Emily Program to learn effective approaches to treat clients with co-occurring disorders. Participants will also gain insight on the specialized care now available for nurses struggling with a substance use disorder, including how to recognize the signs and the resources available for help.

Register today and join in the candid discussion on the complex issues that arise when working with behavioral and mental health clients, and connect with other professionals that work with:

  • Clients who present co-occurring disorders
  • Families looking for help for a loved one suffering from a behavioral health issue
  • Nurses who may be struggling with a substance use disorder

Date: Thursday, May 22, 2014 (This event has been CANCELED)
Location: College of St. Scholastica – Duluth, Science Building
Benedictine Commons, 1200 Kenwood Avenue, Duluth, MN 55811

The Presenters:

Dave Kelly, Director of Operations, AiR
Mike Humphrey, Nurses Professional, Program Director, Hazelden
Priscilla McRoberts, M.S.W., L.I.C.S.W., The Emily Program

Complimentary refreshments provided. 2 CEUs available for professionals.

Click here to download a printable flyer.

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