Join the Addictions Studies Alumni Club (ASAC).

• Network
• Share ideas
• Disseminate information concerning the field of addictions and substance abuse
• Plan and attend workshops
• Participate in events such as our annual Recovery Walk

ASAC meets quarterly.

Schedule: 

ASAC quarterly meeting, Thursday, September 8, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. in the Cafeteria at GSU.

5th Annual Recovery Walk, Governors State University, Saturday, September 17, 8 a.m. to noon.

Sign up today or call Alumni Relations at 708.534.4128 for more information.

  • Meetings, Events and Workshops

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    Addictions Studies Alumni Club meets quarterly. They also host events such as the Annual Recovery walk and workshops to earn CEU credits.

    Upcoming Event:

    5th Annual Recovery Awareness Walk
    Saturday, September 17
    8:00 a.m. to Noon
    GSU Hall of Governor
    Free event  

    Master of Ceremonies:  Peter Palanca, Executive Vice President and COO, TASC, Inc.

    Keynote Speaker:  Benneth Lee, Founder and CEO, NAEFI, and Administrator Community Liaison, TASC, Inc.

    Resource Fair

    DJ entertainment, food and prizes

    Sign up today to participate in the walk and be entered for a special prize drawing at the event (must be present to win)

     

    Thank you to our many sponsors for making our 4th Annual Recovery Walk a Huge success!

    Aurelio's Crete
    Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois
    Chicago Dough Company Richton Park
    Handwritten Greeting Cards
    Illinois Certification Board
    South Suburban Council on Alcoholism & Substance Abuse
    Starbucks Homewood
    TASC, Inc.
    Sunrise Greenhouses Grant Park
    Walt's Food Centers 

     

  • ASAC NEWS

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    Stay up to date on what's happening with the Addictions Studies Alumni Club (ASAC), news and industry updates related to the addictions field.

    ASAC - June 2016 newsletter

    ASAC - July 2015 newsletter

  • ASAC Scholarship

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    ASAC raises funds for the Addiction Studies Alumni Club Scholarship, which they give to a GSU student studying addictions. To donate, call 708.534.7892.