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"The Addict with a Thousand Faces" + Opioids, Controlled Substances & Veterinary Medicine 3-25-20
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When: Wednesday, March 25, 2020
From 5:30 until 9:00 pm
Where: Midwestern University
19555 N 59th Ave
Bldg: Sahuaro Hall
Glendale, Arizona  85308
United States
Contact: Carole Williams

Online registration is available until: 3/24/2020
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Session Details

AzVMA & VHCTAz present "The Addict with a Thousand Faces" + Opioids, Controlled Substances & Veterinary Medicine held at Midwestern University in Glendale on Wednesday, March 25, 2020. Approved for 3 CE hours by Arizona Academy of Veterinary Practice.




Estil Wallace from Scottsdale Cornerstone Healing Center has worked in the recovery field for 12 years. He has served as the organization’s’ Executive Director, Board Member and President. Estil has also worked directly with alcoholics and drug addicts inside of the Maricopa County jail system including Tent City, Lower Buckeye, Durango and Towers Jail. Additionally, Estil has over 14 years of experience with inside/outside sales, management, networking and digital marketing. He believes that anyone can heal that has the willingness to change.

Marcus Clark from Scottsdale Cornerstone Healing Center has worked in the Mental Health / Substance Abuse field for over 5 years. Marcus specializes in developing and managing substance abuse and mental health programs. He has worked with Phoenix Fire and Police Departments developing processes for training, managing, community involvement and coordination between various mental health organizations. He has also worked with Pinnacle Peak Recovery, Scottsdale Providence Recovery Center, as well as three different mental health disorder programs for Community Bridges and Empact SPC.

Michael Grafton, Diversion Program Manager, Drug Enforcement Administration, Mike Grafton oversees DEA Diversion staff in the State of Arizo-na. He worked in the DEA’s Chicago Field Division for fourteen years before being transferred to DEA-Headquarters. There, he worked as a Staff Coordinator in the Liaison and Policy Section. Since 2008, he has served in the Phoenix Field Division as a Supervisor and Program Manager.

Laura Esquer, MS, Diversion Outreach Coordinator, Drug Enforcement Administration



Cancellation Policy: Cancellations before 3-18-20 will receive refunds in full. No-shows or cancellations received after 3-18-20 will be charged the full amount.
Late Registration Policy: Registrations received on the week of the event will be charged a $20 late registration processing fee.