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NACoA Thanks Stephanie Loebs

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Pictured with several NACoA Board members, Stephanie Loebs, RN, BSN, Director of Medical Services at Seabrook House, Seabrook NJ, who was honored and thanked April 5 for her dedicated and caring service to NACoA during the past two years as Board Chair. Peter Palanca, Vice Chair, noted that she was at all times a "Servant Leader."

Pictured left to right: Judge Arthur Burnett, Sr; Sis Wenger (President/CEO); Susan Broderick, JD; Stephanie Loebs, Robert Denniston; Peter Palanca, Dr. Hoover Adger, Jr; and new college student representative, Melissa Sauve.

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April 29th

 

Join us for Recovery Month – The Year-long Resource for Faith Communities on Tuesday, April 29
2:30 - 4pm (EDT); 1:30–3:00pm (CDT);
12:30-2:00pm (Mountain Time); 11:30am-1:00pm {Pacific)
Registration for this webinar will be available Monday, April 14

View the 2014 webinar series as well as the full 2013 Series


celbrating_famsNew Curriculum Available. A Zero to Three curriculum has been developed and is in testing in several sites. The new 2013-14 version of Celebrating Families!™ is also now available at NACoA. Enhancements have been made to the core curriculum and handout packages. For information, call NACoA at 1-888-554-2627.

NACoA Leaders in ACOA Recovery Tell Their Stories

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Introducing…
Jack Fahey
Mona Johnson
Robert Zucker, Ph.D
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NACoA Co-hosted Recovery Month Luncheon with EIC
View the Luncheon program broadcast.

ACE Study
The Health and Social Impact of Growing Up With Alcohol Abuse and Related Adverse Childhood Experiences: The Human and Economic Costs of the Status Quo. Robert Anda, MD, MS, is a member of NACoA's Board of Scientific Advisors.

The Information about Drugs and Alcohol (IDA) research compendium provides access to over 100,000, bibliographic abstracts, full text articles and reports which focus on drugs, alcohol, and tobacco, as well as children of alcoholics, mental health, social marketing, employee assistance programs, and health communication issues.

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