Addiction education has the potential to change people’s lives for the better. At the Addiction Alliance of Georgia, we’re preparing a workforce of medical doctors, psychologists, nurses, public health professionals, and other personnel to build a health equity approach to substance use education in Georgia. Our goal is to give all those whose life’s work is touched by the implications of substance use disorders training that cultivates hope and healing.
The more we help people learn about addiction, the more significant our impact can be. With the expertise of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation and Emory Healthcare’s world-renowned leadership in public health, medical education, and professional training, we are helping more communities throughout Georgia overcome the problems of substance use.