Participation at public events is our primary method of creating prescription drug abuse awareness.

We offer the following event services:

  • Speaking engagements
  • Panel discussion participation
  • Middle and High School classroom presentations
  • Parent education activities

If you are interested in having us participate at one of your events, submit our service request form. Here are past and future events we are associated with.

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Happy New Year! 12:27 am
Happy New Year!
Jan 1 @ 12:27 am – Dec 31 @ 1:27 am
Happy New Year!
NCAPDA’s 2020 Plan Goals:  Prevent prescription drug related substance use disorder (SUD) and overdose deaths through community education, policy change and legislative advocacy. Continue community education through our outreach programs – Teens – Parents – Educators – Seniors – Community Continue reading →
Narcan Training for Businesses 4:17 am
Narcan Training for Businesses
May 6 2020 @ 4:17 am – May 5 2021 @ 5:17 am
Narcan Training for Businesses
Contact NCAPDA to schedule a Narcan training session.  If the training is conducted at your workplace or other venue, FREE Narcan kits can be distributed, as available.
National Medication Abuse Awareness Month 7:21 am
National Medication Abuse Awareness Month
Oct 1 @ 7:21 am – Oct 31 @ 8:21 am
National Medication Abuse Awareness Month
National Medicine Abuse Awareness Month (NMAAM) is an annual campaign, observed throughout the month of October, to raise the public’s awareness of the dangers of prescription and over-the-counter medicine abuse.  Visit this site to access facts, strategies and tools to Continue reading →
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Prescription Drug Safety 6:45 am
Prescription Drug Safety @ Walnut Creek Kiwanis Club Meeting
Oct 6 @ 6:45 am – 7:45 am
Prescription Drug Safety @ Walnut Creek Kiwanis Club Meeting
Join NCAPDA’s Executive Director, April Rovero, and Dr. Dennis Barker, D.C. with Tice Valley Chiropractic to learn what prescription drug safety measures can be taken to avoid negative downstream impacts such as substance use disorder and overdose.  Learn what alternative Continue reading →
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