Substance Use Symposium
Integrating Multidisciplinary Strategies
With the safety of our community at heart during the COVID-19 pandemic, we regret to inform you that the Substance Use Symposium
has been postponed
. Due to the severity of the ongoing substance use crisis, we recognize the significance of proceeding to host this symposium, which is why the event has only been delayed
canceled. A new date
for the symposium will be announced at a later time.
Although the date of the event has changed, the mission has not, and we hope you will still join us to discover ways on how to improve treatment for those affected by substance use.
Date and Time: TBD
Governors State University
University Park, IL
College of Health and Human Services
the significant impact of substance abuse on society, there is an
urgent need for health and human service professionals to improve
treatment outcomes in various settings. This groundbreaking symposium
will bring together national experts, regional thought leaders, and
committed health and human service practitioners to explore methods that
will strengthen communities and save lives.
- Captain (CAPT) Jeffrey Coady, Psy.D., ABPP, is a Commissioned Officer in the U.S. Public Health Service overseeing Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin and a board certified clinical psychologist. He has demonstrated experience in policy development, strategic planning, implementation and operations of behavioral health systems.
- Seth Eisenberg, M.D., is a leading compassionate psychiatrist, lead trainer and technical consultant for behavioral health care integration in primary care for the Georgia Primary Care Association. He is also a professor of Addiction Medicine for the Gateway psychiatry residency program.
We hope you will join us for this exciting event to:
- Recognize substance use trends and the impact of substance abuse on the delivery of health and human services.
- Describe interdisciplinary, person-centered strategies for substance use identification, prevention, intervention, and recovery.
ways for health and human service professionals to collaborate with
each other and to better communicate with individuals, families, and
Counselors, Mental Health Counselors, Nurses, Occupational Therapists,
Pharmacists, Physician Assistants, Physical Therapists, Public Health
Practitioners, Social Workers, Educators, Criminal Justice
Register early. Seating will be limited.
Early Bird Rate $50 – Deadline TBD
Regular Rate $75 – Deadline TBD
- HRSA – Behavioral Health and Workforce Education and Training Program (BHWET); Award No. 1MO1HP31301-01-00
- Trent Bartolomucci Foundation
CEUs applied for
Continental Breakfast and Lunch included
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 708-534-4910.