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February 2017

Tracking the Dragon: How pain killers became people killers and what to do about it

February 22 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
8790 Manchester Rd
St. Louis, MO 63144 United States
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Join us for this free training to learn more about the opioid epidemic. Topics discussed will include an overview of opioid/Rx drugs, the role of Big Pharma and physicians, the Surgeon General’s recent report and what we can do to prevent opioid misuse. Presenters Howard Weissman, Executive Director, NCADA Brandon Costerison, Public Awareness Specialist, NCADA Registration Click here to register online at NCADA’s website.

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March 2017

Speak Hard Youth Conference

March 8

The annual Speak Hard Youth Conference, sponsored by ACT Missouri, is held annually in Jefferson City, MO at the Capitol Plaza Hotel. Teens will unite at the State Capital, attend workshops, and network with other youth from across Missouri.  Click here for more information, or contact Lori Krueger, 314.962.3456.

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NCADA Trivia Night

March 18 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Westminster High School,
800 Maryville Centre Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63017 United States
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Saturday, March 18 Westminster Christian Academy 800 Maryville Centre Drive, Town & Country, MO 63017 Tickets are $25 each/$200 for table of 8. Doors open at 6:00 pm, play starts at 7:00 pm. • Silent auction • Mini-games between trivia rounds • Prizes for best table decor • Snack and beverages available, but players may bring their own (no alcohol allowed on school grounds) Sponsorship opportunities are available. Contact Angie Yarbrough, 314.962.3456 x327.

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April 2017

Addressing Opioid Overdose: Perspectives from the Field

April 28 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Clayton Plaza Hotel,
7750 Carondelet Ave.
Clayton, MO 63105 United States
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This one day conference is hosted by the Missouri Institute of Mental Health, NCADA, and the Missouri Department of Mental Health.

The program will be geared to a diverse audience of medical and mental healthcare practitioners, emergency responders, researchers, policy-makers, educators, and the general public.

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