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    Addressing a Public Health Crisis: Opioid Dependence

    March 28 – April 1, 2015
    Hyatt Regency Atlanta
    Atlanta, Georgia

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Mark Parrino’s (AATOD’s President) letter to the field regarding MAT for Opioid Addiction in the Criminal Justice System has just been posted to the policy section of the AATOD website.  Please click HERE to view. The letter includes many useful links to the following resources:

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May 23 – 25, 2014

EUROPAD presents the 11th Congress on Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems Glasglow, Scotland, UK
Please click HERE for more details.

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AATOD’s Special Offer – Expiration May 15, 2014

AATOD’s Special Offer – Expiration May 15, 2014

AATOD is pleased to offer its members (through state chapters and individual membership) an opportunity to subscribe to Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Weekly at a 60% discount off the regular individual rate. Offering significant news and analysis of federal and state public policy developments, private sector business developments, and provider [...]

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Dr. Luis Patricio’s Video Presentation

Dr. Luis Patricio’s Video Presentation

Some of you may have seen this video which was prepared by Dr. Luis Patricio in preparation for our recent conference in Philadelphia. This is the presentation that he attempted to show during the International Luncheon. It is available on YouTube, please click HERE to view. Dr. Patricio has captured [...]

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Message from AATOD Regarding the Death of Philip Seymour Hoffman

Message from AATOD Regarding the Death of Philip Seymour Hoffman

Philip Seymour Hoffman’s death has attracted national media attention as most celebrity deaths do, especially when they relate to a drug overdose. We have seen this phenomenon shortly after the deaths of Anna Nicole Smith and Michael Jackson. There was an immediate flurry of media attention, and then other stories [...]

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Welcome to AATOD’s Expanded Website!

I am pleased to welcome you to AATOD’s expanded website, which incorporates a number of new sections. Our staff has been working on this expanded website for the past several months and it reflects changing trends in our field in addition to responding to increasing queries from a number of [...]

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Dr. Luis Patricio’s Video Presentation

Some of you may have seen this video which was prepared by Dr. Luis Patricio in preparation for our recent conference in Philadelphia. This is the presentation that he attempted to show during the International Luncheon. It is available on YouTube, please click HERE to view. Dr. Patricio [...]

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Toll-Free Hotline

Risk Management Strategies in OTPs
Toll-Free Hotline: 1-866-220-0946

As many AATOD conference participants know, we have offered a special pre-conference training session focusing on workplace law risk management strategies for Opioid Treatment Programs throughout the United States. As many OTP administrators and managers know, employers share exposure to growing [...]

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New Features at the AATOD Conference

New Technological Feature
This year, we are providing our attendees an App for their smartphones and tablets that will allow them
to have up-to-the-minute information and resources for the conference. Conference attendees will be able to download the final program, access handouts and communicate with other participants.

 

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Written by Mark W. Parrino, MPA – AATOD President

We are in the final stages of conference planning and many of AATOD’s leading initiatives will be discussed during the course of this five day conference. Most of our associates have been following the announcements of this conference over the course [...]

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Conference Volunteer Information

Dear Colleagues:

The American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence (AATOD), Inc. is dedicated to its mission to enhance the quality of patient care in opioid treatment programs throughout the United States, Mexico and in cooperation with the European Opiate Addiction Treatment Association (EUROPAD) and other nations as well. [...]

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