Your Monthly News & Updates
Happy New Year from all of us here at Southeast PTTC. The new year is a time for new beginnings. We have an exciting year in store for you, full of webinars, events, and more to help prevention specialists enact real change in their communities. Learn more about our upcoming webinars and how you can become involved in national initiatives!
Sign Up for Our January 31 Webinar!
We know that there is an opioid crisis in America. Did you know that this crisis disproportionately affects young people? Dr. Marc Fishman will join us to discuss the issue of youth opioid addiction and what prevention specialists need to know to tackle this issue head-on. Be sure to join us on January 31!
Register for NC FADS with PTTC Promo Code
The 2020 Winter School from the N.C. Foundation for Alcohol & Drug Studies will be taking place February 16 – 19 in Greensboro, NC. With speakers and attendees from around the globe, this is a perfect opportunity for in-depth and intense learning surrounded by other professionals. Because NC FADS knows how important the Prevention track is, they are offering promo codes for those registering associating with PTTC. We hope to see you there!

Promo Codes:
  • PTTC-FSO (Full School Option
  • PTTC-MTO (Mini Track Only)
  • PTTC-PTO (Plenary Track Only)
Register and Host an
NDAFW Event!
National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week (NDAFW) has new dates! This year, it will take place Monday, March 30 – Sunday, April 5. It’s a wonderful time to talk to teens about the truth when it comes to drugs and alcohol. The goal is to connect with young people by giving them science-based facts to SHATTER THE MYTHS ® about drugs and alcohol. Want to host an event in your area? Register today for all sorts of ideas and free resources!  
Learn Best Practices for Prevention Media Campaigns
Are you ready for our next webinar? We’ll be joined by Jennifer Ross, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the Department of Social Sciences and Health Policy at the Wake Forest School of Medicine. She’ll discuss what prevention specialists need to know about communication campaigns and the strategies they need to make their message effective. Sign up to save your spot on February 5!