New for 2020: A Fun Networking Event for Treatment Professionals: Bowling at The Painted Duck
Join us for an evening of networking and fun at The Painted Duck, located in the Stockyards Atlanta development.
Bowl, play games, and enjoy great food at this fun venue, with the management and staff of Sunrise Detox Alpharetta, the only independent, medical detox center in the Atlanta metro area, along with treatment professionals coming from throughout the Southeast.
We are super excited about this private, invitation-only professional networking event. R.S.V.P. is required to get your ticket, using the Eventbrite button below (click the button, or follow this link to eventbrite).
PLEASE NOTE: The Painted Duck is strictly 21 and over. Anyone under the age of 21 will be turned away.
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Date: Thursday, February 6th, 2020
Time: 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Location: The Painted Duck, 976 Brady Ave. Atlanta, GA 30318
Meet Your Event Hosts
Anthony Quattrocchi and some of his associated plan this networking event as a way for treatment professionals in the Southeast to learn more about each other in a relaxing and fun atmosphere.
About Anthony Quattrocchi : Anthony began his career at Sunrise Detox over four years ago as an Admissions Coordinator before being promoted in early 2017 to Outreach Coordinator. He works directly with treatment providers and EAP’s throughout the Southeast; coordinating placement into detox and rehabilitation facilities.
Anthony's experience working in drug and alcohol treatment admissions, along with his personal years of sobriety, give him the insight needed to help patients and families that are struggling in active addiction and willing to enter their first step in recovery.
About Alec Pagilarulo : Originally from New Jersey, Outreach Coordinator Alec Pagilarulo has been working in substance abuse treatment since 2014. After achieving sobriety in 2012, Alec was inspired to pursue his own career in substance abuse treatment.
Alec goes to great lengths to make sure anyone still suffering from active addiction are given an opportunity to get better. He makes it his goal to be a solid object for people in a time of crisis and walk with them on the path to sobriety.