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      Connecticut AFL-CIO Presents Award to LAP Chapter

      Last week, on April 28th, working families across the country paused to remember our brothers and sisters who have been killed on the job.
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      LAP Conference Agenda is Now Available

      The official 2016 LAP Conference Flyer/Agenda is now available for on-line download and printing (see the attached file).
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      Download: 2016.lap.conference.flyer_agenda.pdf

      NCC AP NCAC I & NCAC II Grandfather Offer - April 30th Deadline Reminder

      Don't miss out on the opportunity to receive the NCAC I or NCAC II credential. LAP-C's are eligible to apply for the one-time grandfathering offer from the National Certification Commission for Addiction Professionals (NCC AP). Deadline is April 30.
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      2016 LAP Conference Journal Ad Purchase Form

      Placing an ad in the 2016 LAP Conference Journal is a cost-effective way to advertise your organization or business or to show support for the LAP organization.  Journals are distributed to attendees upon registration at the conference.
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      Download: 2016 Conference Book Ad Sheet.pdf

      Connecticut Chapter Hosts SAP Training

      The LAP Connecticut Chapter and IUOE Local 478 invite you to attend a 12-hour Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) training May 12-13, 2016 in Hamden, Connecticut.
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      Download: sap.training.ct.chapter.pdf

      Denver Yellow Cab Recognizes Jim Lehman for 44 Years of Service

      Independent Drivers Association and LAP Rocky Mountain Chapter member Jim Lehman recently celebrated 44 years of service with Denver Yellow Cab.
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      John Terrence "J.T." Marcil (1989-2016)

      Labor Assistance Professionals regrets to inform the membership of the passing of John Terrence “J.T.” Marcil on March 26. Terrence is the son of Jerry Marcil, a member of the LAP Connecticut Chapter and IAM&AW Local 100.
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      Greater Detroit and Tri-State Chapters Host LAP Spring Conference

      The Greater Detroit and Tri-State LAP Spring Conference will be held on Monday, May 2, and Tuesday, May 3, 2016 at the Embassy Suites Dublin, 5100 Upper Metro Place, Dublin, Ohio 43017.
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      Download: 2016greaterdetroit.tristate.springconference.pdf

      Massachusetts Chapter Announces Golf Tournament

      The Massachusetts Chapter of Labor Assistance Professionals will hold their Annual Golf Tournament at 7:15 a.m. on June 13, 2016 at the Crosswinds Golf Club, 424 Long Pond Rd, Plymouth, MA. For more information, see the attached flyer.
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      Download: LAP.2016.Golf.Massachusetts.Chapter.pdf


      Interview with Mickey Diamond

       

      Mickey Diamond was a member of the LAP New York City chapter and an early pioneer in the development of union-based occupational alcohol programs in the workplace. The LAP organization honors him each year with a presentation of the "Mickey Diamond" award to a deserving LAP member at the summer conference.

      "Mickey Diamond was not only a leader, but an innovator in the world of alcohol treatment programs in the workplace. In this interview he gives the viewer a small glimpse of his life story and into what it was like to be in the field in the early years of Employee Assistance Programs. Mickey died less than a month after this interview, he is sorely missed." - ILR School, Cornell University

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