Summer Institute on Addiciton, SEICD, Simpsonwod

2013 Summer Institute on Addiction
July 15-19, 2013
  Simpsonwood Conference and Retreat Center
 
This intensive 5-day training program is sponsored by the Southeastern Institute on Chemical Dependency.  Topics include Spiritual Caregiving to the Addicted and Their Families; Recognizing Addiction Disease; Addiction and Youth; Addiction and Aging; The Twelve Steps as a Spiritual Journey; Breaking the Silence: How the Faith Community Can Help; and many more. 
 
The SICD grew out of a recognized need for sound addictions education that addresses the needs of clergy and members of congregations and communities throughout the Southeast who are called upon to assist those whose lives are impacted by substance abuse and addiction. 
 
For registration information visit www.theSICD.org, email jewell@theSICD.org, or call Ella Collier at 678-521-6872.  Limited scholarships are available.  
 
For a complete schedule of classes including topics and speakers, select this link Summer Institute on Addiciton Schedule

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