West Virginia Association of Addiction and Prevention Professionals (WVAAPP)

Mission Statement

The mission of WVAADC mission is to lead, unify and empower addiction-focused professionals to achieve excellence through education, advocacy, knowledge, standards of practice, ethics, professional development and research.

Contact Information

President

Melissa Richmond, BS, CCJP
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Immediate Past-President

Heather N. Sharp-Spinks
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President Elect

Jon Dower
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Secretary

Peter J. Callahan
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Treasurer

Susie Mullens, Licensed Psychologist, LPC, AADC
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Board Members

Joseph Deegan
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Frankie Tack 
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Rachel Lambert
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Nidia Henderson
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Wendy Lewis
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Brandon Whitehouse
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Jamie Styons, PhD
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NAADAC Regional Vice President

Susie Mullens, Licensed Psychologist, LPC, AADC
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affiliate website

www.wvaadc.com

Upcoming West Virginia Events

NAADAC in the Field in West Virginia

NAADAC Approved Education Providers

Education Programs

The Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) maintains the Directory of Addiction Study Programs (DASP), a comprehensive list of institutions offering certificate, associate, bachelor, master and/or doctoral programs in substance use disorders.

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