NEW ORLEANS - Judge Cantrell has been selected by the CADA Staff and Board of Directors as the 2016 recipient of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Bronze Key Award.
||Magistrate Judge Harry E. Cantrell, Jr.
The Bronze Key award is the highest and most prestigious honor that CADA can bestow. This award recognizes an organization or individual that has made an outstanding contribution to substance abuse prevention and/or treatment, and has been an exceptionally valuable partner, helping us to fulfill our mission of substance abuse prevention. The Bronze Key will be presented at the 19th Annual CADA Awards Luncheon on April 13.
In the courtroom and in neighborhoods across New Orleans, Magistrate Judge Harry Cantrell has worked to address the root causes of crime. For 14 years, he has honorably served the people of New Orleans as Magistrate Commissioner.
In 2014, he was elected to serve as Magistrate Judge of the Orleans Criminal District court. Magistrate Judge Cantrell has been an advocate for crime prevention programs, including adult education, affordable housing and gun buyback programs.
Throughout his time as Commissioner and as Magistrate Judge he continues to work for offenders that need substance abuse treatment.
He has received numerous awards for community involvement, including a prestigious award from Victims Against Crime.
Judge Cantrell has earned a reputation for integrity and commitment, and is respected for his ability to balance community safety with citizens' rights.
Event: 19th Annual CADA Awards Luncheon
Date: Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Time: 11:30am - 1:30pm
Place: Harrah's New Orleans Hotel, Vieux Carré Ballroom
228 Poydras Street, New Orleans LA 70130
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Dana Hunter Awards: Excellence in Prevention, Excellence in Treatment, Community Leadership, NCADD Bronze Key, Media Award
RSVP: Contact Joyce Bracey - 504.821.2232 ext. 101