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Adolescent Growth, a Sponsor of Upcoming Addiction Disorders Conference
Date:9/17/2013

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 17, 2013

Adolescent Growth announces its sponsorship of the upcoming National Conference on Addiction Disorders (NCAD). The conference will take place September 21-25, 2013 at the Marriott Anaheim, California, and will feature speakers on a variety of topics related to addiction. The conference is geared toward treatment counselors, therapists, doctors, nurses and interventionists, and provides a chance for these individuals to learn and build relationships with others in the field of addiction treatment.

Adolescent Growth will be an exhibitor at this year's conference and is sponsoring a workshop at its LA County facility. Participants at the workshop will be taken on a tour of Adolescent Growth's facility and be provided with lunch, as well as take part in the CEU workshop. The Workshop is entitled T02: Holistic Treatment of Dual Diagnosis Adolescents, and will be presented by Justin Levin MA, LMFT who will discuss the challenges associated with helping dual diagnosis adolescents and the best therapy approaches for each patient.

Justin Levin, clinical services manager at Adolescent Growth, is pleased to be a sponsor of the conference. "I am looking forward to the workshop that will be held at Adolescent Growth. It will be a wonderful opportunity for others to learn more about programs and methods that are effective for adolescents with addiction disorders."

To learn more about NCAD and its sponsor facilities, visit http://www.addictionpro.com/ncad-conference/2013-exhibitors.

Adolescent Growth is a treatment facility located in southern California that works specifically with individuals aged 12-17 who are suffering from mental and behavioral health disorders. Offering residential rehab, partial rehab, an
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