November, 2013 – Palm Beach County Drug Abuse Summit


Palm Beach County Drug Abuse Summit


Hosted by Hanley Center and the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office *FREE and Open to the Public Reservations are required Tuesday, December 3, 2013 From 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.


WHO:  and the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office 

WHAT:  Four separate panel discussions will explore aspects of the drug abuse epidemic in West Palm Beach and beyond.  The panels will feature experts in each of the following fields: criminal justice/law and order; legislative/elected officials; pharmaceuticals; and public health crisis/community outreach.  Program highlights include judicial and legislative professionals presenting efforts to combat drug abuse; question and answer sessions with each panel; regional experts presenting proposals for the 2014 legislative calendar; and complimentary refreshments and lunch. The Palm Beach County Drug Abuse Summit’s mission is to effectively restrict the impact of the prescription and synthetic drug pandemic and its far-reaching effects through common awareness, communication and networking within our communities locally, regionally and nationally. 

** This event is FREE and open to the public, but seating is LIMITED.  Guests MUST RSVP in order to attend. To RSVP, please contact , or email to reserve your seat.

WHERE: Hanley Center  Resource Center 933 45th Street, West Palm Beach,  FL 33407

WHEN: Tuesday, December 3, 2013 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

WHY:  Part of the Caron Treatment Centers nationwide network, Hanley Center is a residential addiction treatment center headquartered in West Palm Beach, offering a broad spectrum of programs based on the most advanced research in the disease of addiction. From detoxification and medical stabilization to individualized treatment and continuing-care planning, Hanley Center prides itself on offering the most innovative and effective treatment programs designed by professional experts in their respective fields. Unique to the center is the “Hanley Model of Care,” which includes age and gender-specific treatment programs, including the Center for Older Adult Recovery and the Center for Boomer Recovery – programs that are specifically designed to address the unique challenges facing older adults and boomers.



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