Join us for this one night event to discuss vaping and trends in teen substance abuse. In partnership with the Caron Foundation and JumpSpark Atlanta. Vaping is a reality in the lives of our teens today. In fact, about 13% of 8th graders, 24% of 10th graders, and nearly 28% of 12th graders at U.S. schools reported using a vaping device in the past year, according to data from the 2017 Monitoring the Future survey. There is a huge disconnect between the level of use among teen in our community and the information and resources parents have on the subject. Help us change that for the parents of Jewish teens in Atlanta.

Special guest Dean Monteleone will speak from his deep well of experience about vaping, teen trends with drugs and alcohol and give participants tools and strategies for taking this information home.

Dean Monteleone

Dean Monteleone, MS, LPC, CAADC, CCDP, NCC, is the Clinical Director for Caron Atlanta outpatient program – the Atlanta regions’ longest freestanding Intensive Outpatient program for Teens and Young Adults.

Before joining the Caron team in April of 2012, Dean served as the Clinical Director for the DDT team, a program designed to support dually diagnosed patients & families and prior to that as the Clinical Director for the Admissions, Evaluation, Intervention and UR departments that served the Greater Pittsburgh and Eastern Ohio areas. Over the course of his career, Dean has worked directly with adults, teens and families affected by addiction, cancer, mental health issues and intellectual developmental disabilities as well as the unique challenges faced by healthcare professionals struggling with their own self-care. He has had multiple roles within the addictions field for the last 18 years serving as Clinical Director, Clinical Supervisor, Primary Therapist, Interventionist as well as Adjunct Faculty at local universities.

There is no charge to attend, but registration is required.

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The Reality of Vaping: How It Began & Where We Are Headed

07.00 PM

- 09:00 PM

Caron Foundation