NCATOD 2018 Best Practices in Opioid Treatment Conference

NCATOD supports and empowers NC treatment professionals to enhance the quality of patient care in treatment programs by promoting the growth and development of comprehensive opioid treatment services throughout North Carolina.

About the Annual NCATOD Conference

The North Carolina Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence (NCATOD) is once again proud to present the 2018 Conference for Best Practices in Opioid Treatment: Voices for Recovery.

Sessions have been designed to meet the specialized needs of professionals working with medicated-assisted therapies with specific focus areas for nurses, administrators, clinicians and managers.

This year, we are excited to bring Substance Abuse Professionals together for the following objectives:

  1. We will identify advocacy roles, issues, and opportunities for opioid treatment providers across the spectrum of opioid treatment.
  2. We will explore the “Team Concept of Care” in an OTP to address issues of significance with a multidisciplinary approach to care.
  3. We will provide a unique opportunity to network with opioid treatment colleagues in Addiction Nursing and Counseling from across the state.

 

NCATOD is the North Carolina affiliate of the American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence (AATOD), which was founded in 1984 to enhance the quality of patient care in treatment programs by promoting the growth and development of comprehensive opioid treatment services throughout the United States.

Who Should Attend?

This conference is for nurses, counselors and support staff working in the field of Medically Assisted Treatment, such as:

  • Licensed Psychologists
  • Social Workers
  • Marriage and Family Therapists
  • Professional Counselors
  • Mental Health Counselors
  • Nurses
  • Psychologists

Thursday, September 27, 2018

4:00 – 5:30 p.m. — Registration Opens

5:30 – 6:00 p.m. — Networking Dinner

6:00 – 8:00 p.m. — Announcements, Welcome, and Opening Plenary 

Announcements & Welcome
Kenny House, President, NCATOD

Plenary Speaker: Topic TBD
Zack Talbot
 

Friday, September 28, 2018

7:45 – 8:30 a.m. — Registration & Networking Breakfast

8:30 – 10:00 a.m. — Morning Plenary

Complex Comorbidities: OUD/Pain/Psych
Dr. Ashwin Patkar
(Sponsored by the Governor’s Institute)

10:00 – 10:15 a.m. — BREAK

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. — Concurrent Breakout Sessions I

Session A:
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: The Impact of Alcohol Exposed Pregnancies | Amy Hendricks

Session B:
Nurses in the OTP Setting: Who, What, Where and Why | Lisa Wheeler, MS Ed, PA-C

Session C:
HIV 101 | Liz Ramseur, MPH

Session D:
Strategies that Strengthen Partnerships for Communities | Louis Leake

11:45 – 1:15 p.m. — Luncheon Session: State Update

Panel by the Division SOTA
Smith Worth, MSW | N.C. State Opioid Treatment Authority
Dede Severino, MA | Interim Section Manager
Starleen Scott Robbins, MSW, LCSW | MH Program Manager, Women’s Services Coordinator
Amy Morris

1:15 – 2:45 a.m. — Concurrent Breakout Sessions II

Session A:
Ethics for OTP Professionals | Kenny House

Session B:
Cultural Competence working with LGBTQ Populations | Dr. Laura Levin

Session C:
Psychiatric Medications for Individuals with Substance Use Disorder | Ben Powell

Session D:
Trauma Informed Care in OTP | Zumrad Ahmedjanova

2:45 – 3:00 p.m. — BREAK

3:00 – 4:30 p.m. — Concurrent Breakout Sessions III

Session A:
Ethical Dilemmas in the Digital Age | Ed Johnson

Session B:
Intro to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Addiction & Behavioral Health | Scott Luetgenau

Session C:
DEA (Topic TBD) | Jason Ward

Session D:
S.O.W.ing the Seed of Peer Support- Mastering your story to connect with your clients | Dr. Kemi Amola- Hill; Latanya DuBois, MPA; and Mr. Elliot Palmer, CPSS, CWF

OPENING PLENARY: TBD

— Kenny House, NCATOD President
— Zack Talbot

Kenny House Bio:
Kenny is a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist and Certified Clinical Supervisor with over 35 years of experience in the Substance Use and Mental Health Disorder field. He has been involved in program development that has covered a wide range of services – from Prevention to Outpatient Treatment for both adult and adolescent populations – including the integration of primary care. Kenny is the Vice-President of Clinical Services for Coastal Horizons Center. Kenny is currently the Chairperson of the NC Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence, a Board member for Cape Fear HealthNet, Local ReEntry Council, TIDES, and the American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence.

Zack Talbot Bio:
Zachary C. Talbott “Zac” is a native of Eastern Tennessee, having graduated high school in Maryville, TN and then with his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. Zac then went to graduate school at the UT Knoxville College of Social Work to pursue his Master of Social Work degree. It was during this graduate school experience that his own addiction to prescription pain killers and heroin spun out of control, ultimately leading to academic dismissal. After several years of spiraling into the darkest places opioid addiction can take an individual, Zac found evidence-based treatment at an opioid treatment program. After achieving a stable dose of methadone and engaging in individual counseling, the “old Zac” quickly re-emerged. He then became involved in medication-assisted treatment patient advocacy, affiliating a Tennessee/Northwest Georgia Chapter of NAMA Recovery. Zac then went on to serve on the national Board of Directors of NAMA Recovery until March of 2017. Since his time in long-term recovery, Zac has re-enrolled in the MSW program his addiction robbed him of years ago and has opened two opioid treatment programs in North Georgia and Southwestern North Carolina where he serves as Program Sponsor of both OTPs and as Program Director of the OTP in Chatsworth, Georgia. Zac currently serves on the Credentialing Committee and Board of Directors of the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Certification Board of Georgia (ADACBGA), the Georgia IC&RC affiliate and addiction counselor credentialing body, as well as on the Board of Directors of the Southeastern Institute on Chemical Dependency (SICD). Zac has served on the Workshop Committee helping plan the national conference of the American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence (AATOD) in 2015 and 2016, and Zac serves on the Board of the Opioid Treatment Providers of Georgia (OTPG) – the Georgia state provider’s association and Georgia Chapter of AATOD. Zac continues to speak at numerous state, regional, and national conferences related to substance use, treatment, and recovery. Zac has been a Recovery Month Planning Partner with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) for the last three years. Despite Zac’s ability to successfully engage in medically supervised withdrawal, slowly tapering the dosage of his medication in transition to a medication-free state of recovery, he acknowledges that “one size does not fit all.” He remains passionate about evidence-based treatment approaches, and will always first and foremost be a patient advocate.


 

MORNING PLENARY: COMPLEX COMORBIDITIES (OUD/PAIN/PSYCH)

Dr. Ashwin Patkar

Bio:
Dr. Ashwin A Patkar is a Professor of Psychiatry and Community and Family Medicine at Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, USA. He is the Medical Director of Duke Addictions Programs and Center for Addictive Behavior and Change. He is certified in Psychiatry with the American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry with subspecialty certification in Addiction Psychiatry, American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) certification in Addiction Medicine and certification in Pain Medicine (American Board of Pain Medicine).

Dr. Patkar has over 20 years of clinical and scientific experience with particular expertise in psychopharmacology, dual diagnoses, integration of medical care for addiction, and pain and addiction issues. He has been a Principal Investigator or Co-Investigator with several research projects that are supported by the NIDA, NIAAA and SAMHSA and industry-supported clinical trials. He has received numerous awards including the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry Research Award, the Lilly Biological Psychiatry Fellowship Award, the American Society of Addiction MedicineMillennium Research Award, and the Indian-American Psychiatric Association Academician of the Year award. He has been selected for inclusion in the Best Doctors in America each year from 20092015.

Dr. Patkar has published over 225 peer reviewed scientific articles, 6 book chapters and has given over 300 presentations and invited lectures at national and international meetings. He serves on the Editorial Board of 3 journals and is a reviewer for over 20 national and international journals. He is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatry Association, a Distinguished Fellow of the American Society of Addiction Medicine, the President of the Indo-American Psychiatric Association, CME Course Director of the Triangle Indian American Physicians Society, and member of the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry, American Medical Association, American Academy of Pain Medicine, Indian Psychiatric Society, Royal College of Psychiatrists and World Psychiatric Association. Dr. Patkar is married with 2 children and enjoys fishing, yoga, squash, and cricket.

(Sponsored by the Governor’s Institute)


 

CONCURRENT SESSIONS I-A: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: The Impact of Alcohol Exposed Pregnancies

Amy Hendricks

The goal of this presentation is to educate participants about the importance of preventing alcohol exposed pregnancies and FASDs. Help participants understand how alcohol consumption during pregnancy impacts the developing fetal brain, clearly define FASDs and how this disorder may present in an individual across the lifespan; as well as identify potential strategies and interventions for working with individuals that have an FASD.

Bio:
Amy C. Hendricks, BS, is the Program Coordinator for the North Carolina Fetal Alcohol Prevention Program (FASDinNC) and is a certified FASD Trainer through the University of Wisconsin and currently serves on the Executive Affiliate Council for the National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (NOFAS).


 

CONCURRENT SESSIONS I-B: Nurses in the OTP Setting: Who, What, Where and Why

Lisa Wheeler, MS Ed, PA-C

“In this presentation we will review the role of nurses in the Opioid Treatment Program/Office Based Opioid Treatment (OTP/OBOT) setting.  The common misconception is the significance and role of the nurse is dosing. This could not be farther from the truth. While being in the pharmacy and dosing are critical aspects of the nursing role, the “job” is far greater. From intakes, physicals to drug screens to being the right hand of the medical provider to being eyes ears and support to patients, the nurse role is critical and integral to the success in MAT settings—particularly OTPs.  We will outline common practice tasks of the nurse in the OTP/OBOT and answer any questions that help nurses and staff better define understand and respect the role of the nurse.”

Bio:
Lisa has been practicing in healthcare for almost 30 years. Primarily she has practiced and continues to practice as a physician assistant, licensed in the state of North Carolina. Lisa has practiced in multiple disciplines and currently practices in the areas of addiction medicine and pain management. Lisa currently works in an Opioid Treatment Program (OTP) and an Office Based Opioid Treatment (OBOT) in pain management. She is the Nursing Supervisor for Asheville Comprehensive Treatment Center.

Lisa received her Bachelor’s degree from York College of Pennsylvania, her Master’s degree from Old Dominion University, her Physician Assistant degree from Wake Forest University’s Bowman Gray School of Medicine.


 

CONCURRENT SESSIONS I-C: HIV 101

Liz Ramseur, MPH

HIV 101 is an introduction to HIV/AIDS that discusses transmission, control measures, treatment, prevalence and barriers to prevention and care. The relationship between injection drug use and increased risk of HIV/HCV transmission, as well as harm reduction strategies, will also be discussed.

  • Learners will be able to describe how HIV is transmitted.
  • Learners will be able to describe the connection between opoiod use and HIV transmission.
  • Learners will be able to describe the importance of HIV testing in substance use treatment facilities.

Bio:
Liz Ramseur leads the prevention department at AIDS Leadership Foothills-area Alliance (ALFA), and has expertise in all areas of HIV prevention. She holds a Master of Public Health degree from Lenoir-Rhyne University and multiple state certifications in providing HIV counseling, testing and referral services. Mrs. Ramseur has spearheaded several projects at ALFA, including a mobile testing van and a syringe access exchange.


 

CONCURRENT SESSIONS I-D: Strategies that Strengthen Partnerships for Communities

Louis Leake, NCAC I, CSAC, ICADC, CRC; and Amanda Shepherd

This presentation explores how to assess your organization’s relationship to the surrounding communities. Strategies to developing and seizing relationship opportunities with potential partnerships will be explored.

Bio:
[COMING SOON]


 

CONCURRENT SESSIONS II-A: Ethics for OTP Professionals

Kenny House

This presentation will cover five (5) primary principles of Ethics, to ensure that the OTP professional knows how to practice both with co-workers and with patients – in a variety of situations. Interactive dialogue will ensure the engagement of the participant in this session.

Bio:
Kenny is a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist and Certified Clinical Supervisor with over 35 years of experience in the Substance Use and Mental Health Disorder field. He has been involved in program development that has covered a wide range of services – from Prevention to Outpatient Treatment for both adult and adolescent populations – including the integration of primary care. Kenny is the Vice-President of Clinical Services for Coastal Horizons Center. Kenny is currently the Chairperson of the NC Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence, a Board member for Cape Fear HealthNet, Local ReEntry Council, TIDES, and the American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence.


 

CONCURRENT SESSIONS II-B: Cultural Competence working with LGBTQ Populations

Dr. Laura Levin

Bio:
Dr. Levin received her B.S from Drexel University and her MD from Temple University in 1991. She has worked with Piedmont Pediatric Clinic in Concord NC her whole professional career. Dr. Levin has served as Medical Director of this Clinic for the last 4 years. She started her work in addiction medicine at Pinehurst Comprehensive Treatment Center in June of 2014 and left there to become Medical Director of the newly opened Winston Salem Comprehensive Treatment Center in June of 2017. This clinic has grown to over 200 patients in the last 10 months.

Dr. L worked as a male for the first 20 years in her Pediatric career before transitioning to female presentation in that same job. She has served over 55 pediatric patients as the medical provider of their transition teams. She is a founding member of the Charlotte Transgender Healthcare Group, a member of World Professional Association of Transgender Health and has served on the board of Equality NC and PFLAG Kannapolis/Concord.

Please welcome her to her first NCATOD Conference lecture to lecture on Cultural Competency in LGBTQ Healthcare.


 

CONCURRENT SESSIONS II-C: Psychiatric Medications for Individuals with Substance Use Disorder

Ben Powell

Presentation will cover the prevalence of dual diagnosis, the impact this plays on people’s lives, how to recognize the signs of underlying psychiatric illness and a basic overview of the psychopharmacology for various mental disorders to include depression, anxiety, bipolar, personality disorders, ADHD, PTSD and insomnia.

Bio:
Ben Powell, PA-C has been working in psychiatry on and off since 2007 in various positions but most recently as a Physician Assistant for the past year and a half. Throughout his career he has worked in a direct-care capacity with troubled teens in a wilderness setting, adolescents with severe histories of abuse in a residential setting, psychiatric patients in an acute stabilization hospital and psychiatric ER, and most recently with adults enrolled in an Opiate Treatment Program as a PA. He has a Bachelors in Psychology from UNC-Asheville, a Major in Cell and Molecular Biology from Appalachian State University and a Masters in Physician Assistant Studies from Campbell University.


 

CONCURRENT SESSIONS II-D: Trauma Informed Care in OTP

Zumrad Ahmedjanova

The environment and the way we provide services to our patients inadvertently communicates the beliefs we have about the people we serve. Offering trauma-informed services recognizes the impact of trauma on a survivor’s ability to cope, to access our services, and feel safe in a new environment. When services demonstrate hat staff is comfortable with many kinds of behavior and a wide range of needs, that lets a survivor know that s/he is welcome her as s/he is. This is when the treatment begins.

Bio:
Zumrad Ahmedjanova is a Clinical Social Worker, Substance Abuse Addiction Specialist, and Certified Clinical Supervisor. She worked at a variety of mental health and substance abuse, public and private settings. She worked for 6 years in Medication Assisted Treatment. Her areas of interest include: trauma work, relational work, and mindfulness.


 

CONCURRENT SESSIONS III-A: Ethical Dilemmas in the Digital Age

Ed Johnson

Social Networking Sites, Text Messages, Google, Email and the Internet; these digital media have become ubiquitous in the everyday life of Behavioral Health Professionals and the people they serve. How to incorporate these into Professional Ethics were not covered when the majority of Behavioral Health Professionals were in Graduate School, and they open up multiple issues with respect to self-disclosure and professional boundaries. This didactic and experiential training will allow participants to gain an increased understanding of the dynamics of these various digital media and how to safely navigate them in a Professional and Personal setting.

Bio:
Ed Johnson obtained a Bachelor’s Degree from Auburn University and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Counseling from the Citadel. He is currently the Associate Director for Training and Technical Assistance with the Southeast Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC). He has worked in the field of Addiction Prevention, Treatment and Recovery for thirty years in both frontline and supervisory positions, eighteen of which were with individuals with opioid use disorders. He has provided numerous trainings throughout the Southeast on Addiction Prevention, Treatment and Recovery related topics.


 

CONCURRENT SESSIONS III-B: Intro to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Addiction & Behavioral Health

Scott Luetgenau, MSW, LCSW-A, LCAS

Developed within a coherent theoretical and philosophical framework, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a unique empirically based psychological intervention that uses acceptance and mindfulness strategies, together with commitment and behavior change strategies, to increase psychological flexibility. Psychological flexibility means contacting the present moment fully as a conscious human being, and based on what the situation affords, changing or persisting in behavior in the service of chosen values. This modality works well as an approach to partnering with clients who struggle with substance use disorders.

Bio:
Scott Luetgenau, MSW, LCSW-A, LCAS is the Opioid Treatment Program Practice Area Manager at SouthLight Healthcare in Raleigh. SouthLight’s OTP strives to offer a recovery-rich environment for clients. This includes medication-assisted treatment, diverse group therapy options, individual therapy, case management, and psychiatric services. He is the Vice Chair of the North Carolina Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence and a board member of Addiction Professionals of North Carolina. He is trained in an Acceptance & Commitment Therapy approach to working with clients who experience addiction or behavioral health challenges.


 

CONCURRENT SESSIONS III-C: DEA (Topic TBD)

Jason Ward

Bio:
[COMING SOON]


 

CONCURRENT SESSIONS III-D: S.O.W.ing the Seed of Peer Support- Mastering Your Story to Connect with Your Clients

— Dr. Kemi Amola- Hill
Latanya DuBois, MPA
Mr. Elliot Palmer, CPSS, CWF

This presentation is designed to introduce the concept of the SOW model and create a space to honor our stories and why we do what we do. The goal is to be able to have a deeper understanding of how sharing their story will help their client.

Bio: Latanya DuBois, MPA
Latanya DuBois is the owner and CEO of Eagle EYE Management, LLC a consulting company offering capacity building, training and organizational development services to new businesses and entrepreneurs. Her extensive knowledge and training for best practices for client services and providing quality services stem from her 20+ years of training and direct services in the behavioral health and public health fields. Mrs. DuBois has her MPA from the Metropolitan College of NY and her BA in Liberal Arts with a concentration on sociology from New Rochelle College in NY. www.EagleEYEManagmentllc.com

Bio: Dr. Kemi Amola- Hill
Dr. Amola-Hill is the owner of V.O.I.C.E., a Licensed Professional Counselor, a clinical Supervisor as well as a Nationally Certified Counselor. Her academic background includes a B.A. in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a M.A. in Counselor Education from North Carolina Central and a PH.D in Counselor Education from North Carolina State University. www.voice-ts.com

Bio: Mr. Elliot Palmer, CPSS, CWF
Mr. Elliot Palmer certified Peer Support Specialist who is the owner of A New Start While Empowering Recovery a training company with a focus on Wellness. Elliot is the founder and lead facilitator of A.N.S.W.E.R (A New Start While Empowering Recovery) which provides W.R.A.P. (Wellness Recovery Action Plan) training and WRAP Train the Trainer classes. He is certified with the American Heart Association as a CPR/ First and BLS instructor. To date, he has trained hundreds of individuals in peer support and W.R.A.P. plan development, aiding in the promotion of wellness and education. www.answernc.com

The North Carolina Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence once again presents the 2018 Conference for Best Practices in Opioid Treatment: Voices for Recovery, September 27th and 28th in Greensboro, NC. Three tracks have been customized to meet specialized needs in the areas of Nursing, Administration, Clinical and Leadership.

Join us by registering now. Please register early! Conference participation will be limited.

Early-Bird: Full Conference*

$135 | NCATOD Member

$155 | Non-Member

Full Conference (Reg. Rate)

$145 | NCATOD Member

$165 | Non-Member

Friday-Only Option

$120 | NCATOD Member

$140 | Non-Member

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*Early-Bird registration ends August 15th at 11:55pm.

Refund Policy

A full refund (less a $20.00 service fee) can be made for conference registration cancellations completed by 5 p.m. August 31, 2018. NO REFUNDS will be made thereafter, but a substitute participant may attend.

North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board  and Continuing Education Credits 

NCATOD has applied to NC Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board (NCSAPPB) for up to 9 hours of credit. Individual credit will be awarded for each session attended, and NCSAPPB credit is included with conference registration.

Continuing Education Credits

Available for an additional $20.00. Continuing Education Credit is sponsored by Program Services Continuing Education for:

  • Licensed Psychologists
  • Social Workers
  • Marriage and Family Therapists
  • Professional Counselors
  • Mental Health Counselors
  • Nurses
  • Psychologists

 

Psychologists need to attend the entire event – Computation of credits available to licensed professionals is based on different criteria. For this conference, up to 8 CE Conference credits are available. Please see program for details on which sessions apply.

Continuing Education Credit is sponsored by Program Services Continuing Education for Licensed Psychologists, Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, Professional Counselors, Mental Health Counselors, and Nurses. Continuing Education Credit is available for most licensed mental health professionals depending on state board requirements.

Psychologists need to attend the entire event – Computation of credits available to licensed professionals is based on different criteria. For this conference, up to 8 CE Conference credits are available. Please see program for details on which sessions apply.

Program Services has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider #: 5978. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Program Services is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. Program Services is an approved sponsor of continuing education with the American Psychological Association. Program Services maintains responsibility for the content of the program. For more information about approvals visit the approval page at: www.programservices.org All inquiries regarding CE credits should be made to: Karen@programservices.org.  All conference related questions need to be made to: Registration@NCATOD.org

Embassy Suites

204 Centreport Drive
Greensboro, NC 27409

Embassy Suites Greensboro, NCThe Embassy Suites in Greensboro, NC offers such great meeting rooms as well as excellent accommodations for those who need housing. The number of available rooms will meet our conference needs quite well and the negotiated price for participant housing is outstanding.

The Embassy Suites is located in the center of the Triad, just 6 miles from the Piedmont Triad International Airport at the intersection of Interstate 40 and Highway 68. They are the premier center for hospitality in the area, with a full range of services to meet every traveler’s needs. The 219, all-suite property has an elegant 7-story atrium where the fresh scent of lush greenery fills the senses. Water cascades from a luxurious fountain and sunlight radiates through the skylights overhead.

Each suite is beautifully decorated with a private bedroom and spacious living room. All of the suites have a refrigerator, microwave oven, individual cup coffee maker, two flat screen televisions, two telephones, high speed Internet and a very functional dining/work table with ergonomic chair. Choose a suite with 2 double beds or 1 king bed; in addition each suite is equipped with a queen size sleeper sofa for extra guests.

Since the NCATOD Conference registration fee does NOT include housing/lodging, special daily rates of $105.00 + tax (Single Room, King, Non-Smoking), and $105.00 + tax (Two Double Beds, Non-Smoking), have been negotiated with the Embassy Suites. This room rate includes breakfast on Friday morning, plus a complimentary reception Thursday and Friday evenings.

All lodging/housing arrangements must be made directly with the Embassy Suites no later than September 6, 2018!

Please call 336-668-4535 to make your hotel reservation.

NOTE:  IF the Embassy Suites is full, additional rooms may be available at the Homewood Suites next door.  Please contact Homewood Suites to make your reservation.

ADDITIONAL HOTEL & LODGING OPTIONS

Hampton Inn – Greensboro Airport

7803 National Service Rd.
Greensboro, NC 27409
336.605.5500

Group Name: NCATOD
Arrival Date: 27-Sep-2018
Departure Date: 28-Sep-2018

Home2 Suites – Greensboro Airport

7801 National Service Road
Greensboro, NC 27409
336-256-9680

Group Name: NCATOD
Arrival Date: 27-Sep-2018
Departure Date: 28-Sep-2018

2018 NCATOD PLATINUM CONFERENCE SPONSORS

Dominion Diagnostics
MAKO Medical Laboratories

2018 NCATOD GOLD CONFERENCE SPONSORS

2018 NCATOD SILVER CONFERENCE SPONSORS

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2018 NCATOD CONFERENCE EXHIBITORS

  • CMG
  • Willow Place for Women
  • Project Lazarus
  • FASD in NC
  • Kols Containers / Oberk New England
  • Fellowship Hall
  • Paradigm Labs
  • Mallinckrodt
  • Netalytics/Methasoft
  • The Voices
  • Southeast Addiction Technology Transfer Center
  • Southern Pharmacy Services
  • VistaPharm
  • SMART Management, Inc.
  • SDRL
  • Computalogic