A national panel series on improving addiction treatment is coming to Nashville on July 25. The event is being organized by Addiction Professional magazine and will feature experts from Tennessee and around the country, who will discuss challenges facing the local and national treatment system and how members of the professional and general community can better work together to improve outcomes for people struggling with addiction disorders.
- Juanita "Nita" C. Chester, RN, director of nursing, Cumberland Heights Foundation
- Lee McCormick, co-founder of the Integrative Life Center in Nashville and founder of The Ranch Recovery Center in Nunnelly, Tenn.
- Margaret Nagib, PsyD, faculty member of the Timberline Knolls Clinical Development Institute in Illinois
- Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD, LMHC, CRC, NCC, director of outpatient services at Foundations Nashville
Panelists will discuss building an addiction treatment and recovery system in which care is better organized to improve clients' long-term success. Addiction Professional has conducted similar events in several cities, including Dallas, Denver, Salt Lake City, Charlotte, and Anaheim, this year.
Complimentary media passes are available in advance. Contact Nadine Harris-Daly at 212-812-1419 or email@example.com. Pre-event interviews with Publisher Doug Edwards, Editor-in-Chief Gary Enos, or panelists are available.
The Nashville event is supported by the Tennessee Certification Board, Dominion Diagnostics, Medivance Billing Service, Foundations Recovery Network, and Timberline Knolls.