The Granite House Announces Sponsorship at the CCSAD Event Being Held this Week

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The Granite House, a men's extended care program located in New Hampshire, is providing Sponsorship at the Cape Cod Symposium on Addictive Disorders this week in Hyannis, Massachusetts.

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I'm honored to mingle and network with such a fantastic group of professionals attending this conference

The Granite House, an extended care men's program in New Hampshire, is delighted to announce their silver sponsorship at CCSAD this year, a C4 conferencing event being held September 12th - September 15th at the Resort and Conference Center at Hyannis. Cape Cod Symposium on Addictive Disorders (CCSAD), a four day event which last year hosted more than 1,000 attendees, is dedicated to continuing education and networking in the field of addictions and draws hundreds of regional, national, and international participants, lecturers and faculty.

The conference provides an opportunity for forging new bonds, creating new referral networks and generating exposure for exhibitors and supporters. At CCSAD, expect to reach Employee Assistance Professionals, Social Workers, Psychologists, Professional Counselors, Chemical Dependency Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, Rehabilitation Counselors & Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors and more. The event combines workshops and seminars on timely industry topics with an unmatched showcase of the industry's products and services. Participating will help maintain and increase a competitive edge in the addictions industry.

CCSAD is one of several C4 conferences that The Granite House provides sponsorship for. Director of Admissions at The Granite House states "The CCSAD conference has become one of the more significant events we attend each year. I'm honored to mingle and network with such a fantastic group of professionals attending this conference". Here's to another great event!

For more information about The Granite House and its services, including a detailed description of the program's three phases, visit Men seeking recovery and their family members are encouraged to call 877-308-8338.

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