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WHAT PARTICIPANTS SAY?
“I think that AdCare presents well organized, interesting, and comfortable trainings, with the best food. I don’t know how the team gets it all done, but in all the years I have been attending events, AdCare’s are always the best!”
“The presenter had a deep understanding of the topic and was able to get us to demonstrate new skills. I found this very worthwhile.”
“I’ve been to many conferences in the field the past 20 years. This conference has been one of the best. I feel reenergized & excited to use new tools.”
“I think this was an excellent training and really enjoyed the case study to discuss more information. This training helped me to get connected to more resources.”
WHO WE ARE
We bring audiences quality continuing education with expert speakers. Our events and program management services offer growth to professionals in the fields of substance use disorders, behavioral health, and public health. We value helping professionals succeed and share the vision of our community.
The mission of AdCare Educational Institute is to advance knowledge, skills, and awareness in the prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery of substance use disorders, behavioral health, and related public health issues.
The Institute accomplishes its mission through the development and implementation of high quality, yet affordable training programs and educational events. Activities are offered to individuals and organizations who directly or indirectly encounter problems associated with substance use disorders, mental health or are affected by other public health issues.
From a humble beginning, the agency has grown significantly and currently has offices in Worcester, Massachusetts and Augusta, Maine. The New England branch is co-located in the Augusta office.
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