Training and Volunteering

Training and Volunteer Opportunities

Tonier Cain
UNC Horizons hosted a special event with author Tonier Cain to read from her book about recovery.
Horizons is a training site for undergraduate and graduate students from area universities who are interested in placements with UNC Horizons.  Students come from the fields of medicine, nursing, women’s studies, psychology, psychiatry, social work, counseling, public health, and education.

We also provide opportunities for volunteers to assist in various facets of our programming and in fundraising and community outreach. Please call 919.966.9803 if you are interested in either internships or volunteer work.

More volunteer opportunities to come in Summer 2017!

UNC Horizons Annual Conference

For 12 years, UNC Horizons has held an annual conference for professionals working with substance abusing women
and their children including psychologists, physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, licensed
professional counselors, substance abuse counselors, social workers, and more.

Speakers cover current relevant research pertaining to trauma-informed treatment and tailor sessions to service providers who work with women and their children affected by substance use disorders, and will help them empower their clients who are healing from both trauma and addiction.

2016 conference