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Webinar: Addiction History - The History of Recovery in America
September 5, 2012 at 3pm - 4pm EST (12pm - 1pm PST) - Earn 1 continuing education credit 
This webinar will outline major milestones in the history of addiction recovery in the United States. The presentation will span the rise of Native American recovery circles in the 1700s through the rise of a new recovery advocacy movement and new recovery support institutions in the opening of the 21st century. The historical relationship between recovery mutual aid societies and professional addiction treatment will also be discussed. 
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Conference: Balancing the Entanglement - Pain, Co-Occurring Disorders and Prescription Drugs
October 11-12, 2012 - Maui
October 15-16, 2012 - Oahu
Join NAADAC, the Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii, the State of Hawaii Department of Health Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division, the National Asian Pacific American Families Against Substance Abuse (NAPAFASA) and the Hawaii Association of Addiction and Drug Abuse Counselors and for two sessions of the Balancing the Entanglement: Pain, Co-Occurring Disorders and Prescription Drugs conference this October. Earn 7 continuing education credits each day.
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Need Help Paying Student Loans?
Qualified professionals can receive up to $170,000 loan repayments under the National Health Service Corps (NHSC) Loan Repayment Program. This competitive program recruits health professionals to serve in areas with inadequate access to health care (referred to as Health Professional Shortage Areas—HSPAs). To be eligible, counselors must be fully trained, licensed and working at (or in the final stages of employment negotiations with) an NHSC-eligible facility.

To find out if you are an eligible health professional, for more information and to view the information bulletin and download the forms required for applying for a NHSC position,
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