Events

events & upcoming appearances

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For 2016-2017 events, please follow David on Twitter and Facebook. Events are coming up in Los Angeles, Washington DC, Seattle, Phoenix, Apache Indian Reservation, Fox Cities WI, Ardmore PA, Chicago, Little Rock AK, Columbus OH, NYC, San Rafael CA, New Orleans, and more. 

 

 

PAST EVENTS 

2015 

Jan 14
A New Treatment Paradigm
PRC Speaker’s Series
15th Anniversary Celebration
Pasadena Recovery Center
Pasadena, CA

Jan 23-24
“The Addicted Brain”
Keynote
Alexandria Summit
Neuroscience 2015
New York, NY

March 7, 8
Kickoff of  Recovery High School in Austin
Sponsored by University High School, UT Drug and Alcohol Peer Advisors (DAPAs), UT School of Social Work and Undergraduate Studies, Austin-Travis County Integral Care & New Milestones Foundation, Memorial Hermann, Teen and Family Services, Inc. (TAFS), and Palmer Drug Abuse Program (PDAP).
Free event.
Blanton Museum of Art
University of Texas
Austin, TX
for information: Lori Holleran (512) 232-9330 April 23

March 27
California Mental Health Advocates for Children & Youth
(CMHACY)
Asilomar

Pacific Grove, CA

Mar 28
Peer Assistance Services

Celebrating 30 Years
5:30 to 9 PM
Denver Art Museum
Denver, CO
Reservations: 303-369-0039 x 254

April 23
FACES OF RESILIENCE
S
upporting the continued growth and improvement of clinical services for
patients suffering from the effects of trauma and associated mental illness.
Stress, Trauma and Resilience Program (STAR)
Harding Behavioral Health Center
Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio

April 24
Speaker Series
Temple Israel of Hollywood
7300 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
(323) 876-8330

May 19
West Marin Coalition for Healthy Kids
6:-8:30 PM
Dance Palace
Point Reyes Station, CA

May 20
West Marin Coalition for Healthy Kids
6:-8:30 PM
San Geronimo Valley Community Center
San Geronimo, CA

June 18
“Fulfilling the Promise of Integrated Care”
Washington Behavioral Healthcare Conference
Vancouver, Washington

October 13
University of Akron
First Year Lecture
Common Reading
Akron, Ohio

October 22
Oregon Prevention Education and Recovery Association (OPERA) 
Sunriver Conference
Sunriver, Oregon
Details TBA

November 4
Opiate Task Force
Coalition for a Safe and Healthy Morris County
Morris County, NJ
details tba

November 12
Celebration of 
Hope House Network
Service League of San Mateo County
Hillsborough, CA

December 2
2 G Program
Alexandria Conference 
New York, NY

December 8
Special Tribute Award
Winter Wish Gala

30th Anniversary 
Partnership for Drug-free Kids Winter Wish Gala
New York, NY

2014

January 14
Clinton Foundation
Health Matters Initiative conference
La Quinta, CA

January 30
w William Cope Moyers
sponsored by the Hazelden Foundation
7 PM
Macalester Plymouth Church

1658 Lincoln Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105

February 5
Family Awareness Network
Winnetka, IL

February 14
Yale University, Department of Psychiatry
Co-sponsored by the Abraham Ribicoff Research Facilities at CMHC and
the Poynter Fellowship in Journalism at Yale University
New Haven, CT

February 27
Rakestraw Books
550 Hartz Ave

Danville, California
94526
Free. “Reservations are always nice.”
(925) 837-7337

March 3
Book Soup
8818 Sunset Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA
7 PM

California Association of Independent School
Southern Regional Meeting
Campbell Hall
4533 Laurel Canyon Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91607
11 AM

March 4
Semel Institute for  Neuroscience and Human Behavior
UCLA
with Timothy Fong, MD, Director of the UCLA Addiction Medicine Clinic
Northwest Auditorium
Westwood, CA
RSVP
7 PM

March 12
Books and Greetings
271 Livingston Street
Northvale, NJ
201.784.2665

March 13
Phoenix House Academy
Westchester
with

Drug Crisis in Our Backyard
3151 Stoney Street
Shrub, NY 10588
7 PM 

March 20
with Nic
Jewish Child and Family Service Conference on Addictions
in the Jewish Community
Winnipeg, Canada 

March 29
Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation
with Patrick Kennedy and Christopher Kennedy Lawford
Sarasota Opera House
Sarasota, FL
Free Community Event
Tickets required

March 31
Innovations in Recovery Conference
Hotel Del Coronado

San Diego, CA

April 1
San Clemente Youth Coalition
Wellness and Prevention Center
with Western Youth Services
San Clemente Community Center Auditorium
100 N Calle Seville
San Clemente, CA
7 PM

April 3
The new Copperfield’s Books
in San Rafael
850 Fourth Street
San Rafael, CA
6 PM

April 7, 8
with Nic
Kickoff of  Recovery High School in Austin
Sponsored by University High School, UT Drug and Alcohol Peer Advisors (DAPAs), UT School of Social Work and Undergraduate Studies, Austin-Travis County Integral Care & New Milestones Foundation, Memorial Hermann, Teen and Family Services, Inc. (TAFS), and Palmer Drug Abuse Program (PDAP).
Free event.
7 PM
Blanton Museum of Art
University of Texas
Austin, TX
for information: Lori Holleran (512) 232-9330 April 23

April 23
The Face of Addiction
Hills Valley Coalition for Resilient Youth
Pascack Valley High School

Montvale (Hillsdale), NJ
7 PM
Resource fair at 6 PM
201-358-7020 

May 7
California Mental Health Advocates for Children & Youth (CMHACY)
Asilomar

Pacific Grove, CA

May 22
Peer Assistance Services

Celebrating 30 Years
5:30 to 9 PM
Denver Art Museum
Denver, CO
Reservations: 303-369-0039 x 254

June 9
Stinson Beach Community Center.
Co-presented by the West Marin Coalition for Healthy Kids,
the Bolinas Stinson Youth Group, Point Reyes Books and
the Stinson Beach Community Center
7 PM

June 18
Milwaukee County Department of Disability Services
Understanding Addiction
Milwaukee, WI

September 12
Bridging the Gaps
Bridging the Gaps Consortium
University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA

September 17
Daybreak Youth Services
CLARK COLLEGE

1933 Ft. Vancouver Way
Vancouver, WA
Open to the public
To register and for information, go to
Daybreak Youth Services
310-635-4120

September 29 and 30
Metropolitan Development Council
“MDC is committed to providing innovative programs that help remove people from a life of poverty and prepare them for self-sufficient living.”
Tacoma, WA

October 9
Breaking The Silence: Annual Community Education Series
Addiction Is a Disease: Not a Moral Failing
with Patrick Kennedy and Christopher Kennedy Lawford
Community Alliance
Holland Performing Arts Center
Omaha, Nebraska
more information coming

October 25
Sundance Resort Author Series
11:30 AM
Sundance Resort
Sundance, Utah
866.734.4428