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    John Giannetto

    Business Development Representative (781) 941-9477

    Education for Churches, Businesses and Community Organizations

    One of the most important aspects of our work – alongside the treatment and support of our patients and their families – is educating the Atlanta area community about addiction. By expanding the level of awareness and understanding, we hope to increase support for those who are struggling with addiction and enable wider access to recovery resources.

    Education programs run by our staff incorporate a range of useful topics including addiction’s effect on the brain, signs and symptoms, intervention techniques, treatment options and help for family members who are living with active alcohol and substance abuse. Presentations can be customized according to the needs of your organization.

    We welcome the opportunity to speak to your group or business. Our experts can come to your location, or we can host your group at Atlanta Addiction Recovery Center, whichever is most convenient.

    Please submit the form below to request a presentation, or contact John Giannetto at (781) 941-9477.

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      Additional Resources

      The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism offers classroom resources to help educators talk to teens.

      Faces & Voices of Recovery is an advocacy organization and community of those in recovery.

      Partnership for a Drug-Free America offers community education resources for faith and community leaders who want to get involved with protecting their communities.

      The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration has information on faith-based coalitions for educating the public about the needs of those with mental illness and substance abuse disorders.

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