Methamphetamine Conference Abstract and Scholarship Deadlines Approaching

2nd National Conference on Methamphetamine, HIV and Hepatitis: Science & Response 2007 February 1-3, 2007, Salt Lake Hilton City Center visit Our call for abstracts ends on September 15th Our request for scholarship applications ends on October 1st Our Growing List of Speakers Mayor Rocky Anderson - Salt Lake City County Commissioner Jenny Wilson - Salt Lake County Dr. Patricia Case, Sc.D - Fenway Steven Shoptaw, PhD - Matrix Institute Kathy Reback, PhD - Matrix Institute Jean Obert - Matrix Institute Steven Jennison, MD - New Mexico Department of Health Honorable Judge Janet Berry - Reno, NV Rick Curtis - Chair of Anthropology Department, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, NYC Kristen Reis, MD - Univ. Of Utah School of Medicine Mark Hammer, MPH - Coordinator of Special Populations, NYC Dept. of Health Caitlin Padgett - Crystal Clear Peer Support, Vancouver, CA Alex H. Kral, PhD - University of San Francisco, Dept. of Family and Community Medicine Ryan S. King - The Sentencing Project (Author of The Next Big Thing? Meth in the U.S.) Ethan Nadelmann, JD, PhD - Drug Policy Alliance Steve Tiereny ­ San Francisco AIDS Foundation Susan Sherman, PhD - Johns-Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore Alan Clear - Harm Reduction Coalition Rick Curtis - Chair of Anthropology Department, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, NYC Vicki Sickels, LMSW, CADC, Office of Research, Iowa Health, Des Moines Peter Morse, PhD ­ The DOPE Project Neil Flynn, MD - University of California, Davis Michael Seiver, PhD - The Stonewall Project Jennifer Vornbrock - Manager, Vancouver Coastal Health Yves-Michel Fontaine, M. A., Ed .M. - The Addiction Institute of New York Deborah Small, JD - Break The Chains Lynn Paltrow, JD - National Advocates for Pregnant Women Prosecutor Sim Gill - Salt Lake City Corrine Carrey, JD - Break The Chains Pamela Lichty, President, Drug Policy Forum of Hawaii Heather Lusk - Hepatitis C Coordinator, Hawaii Department of Health Bill Piper - Drug Policy Alliance Don McVinney, MSSW, M.Phil., ACSW, LMSW, CASAC, HRTI Director, New York Melanie Wallentine - Utah Department of Health Jason Farrell - Positive Health Project, New York City Our Growing List of Conference Sponsors amFar Physicians Research Network National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors The American Academy of HIV Medicine Association of Nurses in AIDS Care The National Latina Health Network The National Latino Council on Alcohol and Tobacco National Hepatitis C Network The New York City Department of Public Health and Mental Hygiene The City of Madison, WI The City of Fayetteville, NC The City of Salt Lake City, UT The City of Boise, ID The County of Hawaii Family Justice Housing Works California Hepatitis C Network Hepatitis C Connection Mountain Plains AIDS Education and Training Center The Crystal Meth Working Group Utah AIDS Foundation Utah Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Continuing Education Credits Will Be Available For Physicians Nurses Social Workers Psychologists Substance Abuse Counselors 2nd National Conference on Methamphetamine, HIV and Hepatitis ~ 801.355.0234 Denver ~ Salt Lake City ~ Washington, DC
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looking for monies to continue education

I am a reformed individual that had a 11 year addiction to Methamphetamine. I have been clean for about 7 years and have been successful at remaining sober because I surround my self with successful people and also by being honest about my situation.

I am now 31 years young and have a interest in Business. I was just wondering if you new of any scholarships out there that can help individuals like my self. I really want to get a degree in business admin, and then move on and getting my bachelors.

Please can anyone help me on this matter. My name is Eleanor Haunga and my email is [email protected]. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

Mahalo and Aloha

Eleanor Haunga

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