Transforming Lives and Strengthening Communities through Addiction Prevention

Compass Mark’s mission is to reduce the incidence, prevalence, and consequences of the harmful use of and addiction to alcohol and other drugs.  For over 50 years, our award-winning addiction prevention programs have guided thousands of children, youth, and adults toward a healthy and successful life path.

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  • 1-Day Event
    November 2, 2017
    7:45 am - 4:00 pm

Far too often, individuals hide their addiction and do not ask for help, fearful of others discovering their reality. Families believe they cannot speak out about their loved one’s addiction without being ostracized. The power of stigma is real and it brings feelings of judgment, guilt, and embarrassment. This year’s conference will focus on blaming (more…)

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  • Morning Workshop
    November 10, 2017
    9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Presenter A. Michael Blanche, LCSW, will address: How technology impacts internet addiction symptoms How tech exacerbates and escalates process addictions and affects chemical dependency The internet’s effect on depression and anxiety Clinical interventions to treat clients 3 credits: PCB, NASW, NAADC. Free! Click here to register. 8am-9am- continental breakfast & networking. (more…)

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Event Phone: (717) 466-0788

  • 1-Day Event
    November 10, 2017
    9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Karen Carnabucci, LCSW, TEP, will lead this training, focusing on the use of action methods, including psychodrama, Family Constellations, guided imagery and the creative arts, to address the relationship between mothers and daughters and what gets in the way of the mother’s natural love for her child. The workshop will consist of didactic teaching, questions, (more…)

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