Prevention Track at NCFADS Summer School

The North Carolina Foundation for Alcohol and Drug Studies (NCFADS) is excited to announce a PREVENTION TRACK (15 Hours, Wed-Fri) at this year’s NCFADS Summer School at UNCW in Wilmington, NC. This track is designed to focus on Domain VI of the Certified Substance Abuse Prevention Consultant (CSAPC) credential, and is sponsored by the NC Prevention Providers Association.

The movement towards professional standards for prevention specialists includes a focus on “professional growth and responsibility.”

Participants will take an in-depth look at the following tasks associated with Domain VI:

  • Adherence to all legal, professional and ethical principles
  • Demonstration of cultural responsiveness 
  • Demonstration of self-care consistent with prevention messages, and 
  • A commitment to public health advocacy


NCFADS-Speaker-Nicole Augustine

Beyond Services — Why Professional Growth and Responsibility Matters

Featured Presenter: Nicole Augustine, MPH, MCHES, CSAPC

Nicole Augustine has been working in the field of prevention since 2001.  She has a Master of Public Health degree from The George Washington University School of Public Health.  As a prevention consultant, she has several years experience facilitating prevention education curriculums and providing technical assistance to coalitions in the development of environmental strategies.  

Nicole is a passionate prevention provider, committed to supporting initiatives designed to address the complex substance use issues affecting our society.  Additionally, Nicole is committed to seeing an increase in the number of credential prevention professionals, as a means of ensuring the delivery of evidence informed practices.

NCFADS Prevention Track at Summer School 2018