Details about the Prescription for Prevention Summit on September 23rd
Thank you for registering for the Prescription for Prevention Summit taking place on Tuesday, September 23rd at Condell Medical Center in Libertyville, IL. Below, please find important information about the event.
Location and Directions
Advocate Condell Conference Center
The event will be held in the Advocate Condell Conference Center on the grounds of Advocate Condell Medical Center.
When you arrive at the main entrance, please look for the directional signs at ground level that will lead you back to the conference center.
Registration 10:00 – 10:30 a.m.
Registration will begin at 10:00 a.m. When you arrive at the conference center, simply proceed inside to our registration table. As long as you pre-registered, all you will need for check-in is your first and last name.
4.5 CEU’s Awarded
CEU’s are being awarded by College of Lake County. If you would like CEU’s, CLC staff will be on hand with your certificate. Please know there will be an extra $15 charge at the door.
Snacks and Full Lunch Provided
We will provide a light breakfast snack, and a substantial and healthy lunch, during the summit.
10:00 – 10:40
10:40 – 11:00
INTRODUCTION AND WELCOME – Joy Markee, LEAD
11:00 – 12:00
MAIN SESSION / KEYNOTE – Andy Duran, LEAD
12:00 – 1:15
WORKING LUNCH AND PANEL
1:15 – 2:15
SAMPLE STRATEGIES AND IMPACT PLANNING GROUPS
2:15 – 2:30
EVALUATIONS AND CONCLUSION
Mike Nerheim, Lake County State’s Attorney
Dr. Adam Rubenstein, Advocate Condell Medical Center
Neeva Sandhu, Addictions Counselor, Advocate Condell Medical Center
Demetra Ashley, Program Manager Diversion Unit, DEA
Laura Crain, Drug Free Program Coordinator, McHenry County
Chelsea Laliberte, Founder and Executive Director, Live4Lali
Upon arrival and check-in, you will be given a more detailed content agenda as well as instructions for accessing program materials online.
Also, don’t forget to check out our new exhibits, that will be on display during the Summit: The Hidden in Plain Sight teenage bedroom and the Medication Safety Sleuths medicine cabinet. Please don’t leave until you’ve had a chance to interact with these new educational exhibits.
Additional Training Opportunity with Live4Lali
Chelsea Laliberte, one of our panelists, and Founder and Executive Director of Live4Lali is offering an optional and free Naloxone training immediately following the summit. Training will take place from 3-4 p.m. in the same location.
In order to receive Naloxone in the state of Illinois, laypeople must be trained to administer the non-toxic serum. According to Illinois’ Overdose Prevention Act, any layperson 18 years of age or older can get trained to possess and administer Naloxone to a person having an overdose. Physicians may also train individuals who can then go on to train other individuals. Consider taking advantage of this unique training opportunity. Click here to learn more about this training.