2020 school

"Our Time..Our Future..Be The Change"

March 24 - 27, 2020


2020 registration OPENs january 2020

Join us for the 2020 Annual School to be held in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Registration details will be available soon..

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Registration opens January 2020  |   Visit our sponsorship page for information about becoming a sponsor or exhibitor.   |   Start Early: Nominate someone for the 2020 Carl Nowell Award   |   Registration opens January 2020   |   Visit our sponsorship page for information about becoming a sponsor or exhibitor.   |   Start Early: Nominate someone for the 2020 Carl Nowell Award   |   Registration opens January 2020   |   Visit our sponsorship page for information about becoming a sponsor or exhibitor.   |   Start Early: Nominate someone for the 2020 Carl Nowell Award  

2019 Featured Speakers and Sessions

Carl Nowell

Jermaine Galloway, B.S.

High in Plain Sight: Current Alcohol, Drug, and Concealment Trends and Identifiers

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NBCC

Albert Gay, M.S.

The Role of Honesty in Reducing Disparities

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Call For Presentations

Brent Boyett, D.M.D., D.O. DFASAM

Pain and Addiction

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Call For Presentations

Dr. Ryan Cate Gibson and Thea Harvey-Barratt, B.A.

Fired Up!

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annual carl nowell award

Carl Nowell

The Carl Nowell Leadership Award is presented each year to honor a person who embodies the following characteristics:

  • shows dedication and persistence through leadership in the field of prevention and treatment of alcohol and substance abuse services on a local, state, and national level
  • displays steadfast commitment through relentless effort, competence, and planning to improve those services and programs
  • operates with a team mentality and recognizes that significant change is achieved only through the action of many individuals working together
  • shares a vision for exciting possibilities and possesses an absolute belief in his/her ability to make extraordinary things happen

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continuing education

NBCC

Alabama School of Alcohol and Other Drug Studies has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP # 6600. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Alabama School of Alcohol and Other Drug Studies is solely responsible for all aspects of the program.

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2020 PRESENTATIONS

Call For Presentations

Quality workshops are scheduled to provide a quality educational experience that will enhance both professional growth and job performance. Do you have a presentation that you would like to offer for next year's school?

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A Special Thanks to ourdiamond sponsor