• The Maryland Association of Chemical Dependency Nurses Welcomes You

    We are a professional association with members dedicated to providing superior care to the chemically-dependent patient and their families. Membership benefits include:

    • 1 Statewide networking within the field of
      Chemical Dependency Nursing
    • 2 Opportunity for quality educational Seminars
    • 3 Opportunities for Certification as Chemical Dependency Nurse - “CDNC”
    Become A Member Learn More
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MACDN Membership Drive (MAY 11th)

Join us for the MACDN Membership Drive on May 11, 2017, and learn why MACDN membership has its privileges:

  • Up-to-date info on the latest trends and best practices in addiction treatment
  • Share your specialty and commitment to the field of addiction with other like-minded nurses
  • … and much more!

It’s FREE to attend with some special event surprises, including the chance to win an Amazon Kindle.

WHEN: MAY 11th 6pm – 8pm
WHERE: BERGAND GROUP, 1300 YORK ROAD BUILDING C, SUITE 300 LUTHERVILLE, MD 21093

RSVP(choose just 1 method)

  1. Facebook Event Page: MACDN Membership Drive
  2. Email: mhawk@recoverycoa.com
  3. OR — directly to Margaret at 443.613.1170

Download or View the event flyer for these and other important details

MACDN At A Glance

Upcoming Calendar Events:
  • Membership Drive – May 11 (6-8pm)
  • 12th Annual Conference – Oct 26 (7:30am-4pm)

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Our mission is to provide and maintain quality nursing care for chemically dependent patients and their families, through education, training, and research. Also, provide an environment that promotes a superior level of knowledge in the field of Chemical Dependency Nursing.

MACDN Board Members

Benoit Janvier
President – Email
Primrose Janvier
Secretary – Email
Margaret Kuta
Board Member – Email
Corinne Borel
Board Member
Elizabeth Crovo
Board Member
Marian Currans
Vice-President – Email
Margaret Hawk
Board Member
Gloria Olivares
Board Member
Bob Sears
Board Member – Email