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Georgia’s Potential to Lead on Substance Use Prevention

This brief video features Dr. Paul Seale, an expert and practitioner, providing an overview of how Georgia can lead on substance use prevention. It also describes the SBIRT training activities and programs that are underway around the state.

This brief video features Dr. Paul Seale, an expert and practitioner, providing an overview of how Georgia can lead on substance use prevention. It also describes the SBIRT training activities and programs that are underway around the state.

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