Author to speak in Morganton at Carolina’s Conference

William Cope Moyers, author of the soon-to-be-released book Now What? An Insider’s Guide to Addiction and Recovery, will be a keynote speaker at the Carolinas Conference on Addiction & Recovery on November 8, 2012.   This conference, designed for those in the mental health and substance abuse profession, is being held at First United Methodist Church in Morganton, NC from November 7-9.

William Cope Moyers, the son of PBS’s Bill Moyers, inspired his dad over the years to produce numerous shows regarding his son’s addiction and recovery.  William will be available to sign books at this event.  Tickets for the lunch only are $25 and can be purchased through Burke Council on Alcoholism & Chemical Dependency (BCACD) (828-433-1221).

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About Burke Substance Abuse Network

Burke Substance Abuse Network (BSAN) is a coalition of providers, support groups, related agencies and other stakeholders who come together to: (a) network; (b) identify gaps in service; and (c) strategically plan response to community needs with the goal of establishing a vibrant, recovery-oriented community of care in Burke County. The following have provided financial assistance in support of programming for BSAN: Burke County United Way, Burke Community Foundation, Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, and Appalachian Regional Commission. To learn more or get involved, contact: Jim Van Hecke Executive Director of Burke Council on Alcoholism & Chemical Dependency (current BSAN Network Facilitator) 203 White Street Morganton, NC 28655 828-433-1221 (phone) bcacddirector@gmail.com
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