Chemical Addictions

Free Training:

Prescription for Disaster

What You Should Know About
Prescription Drug Abuse

April 29, 2011Oregon State UniversityLaSells Stewart Center

  Eric Martin




Eric Martin, MAC, CADC III, CPS

  Eric is a state & nationally certified addictions counselor with 26 years of clinical experience in inpatient Psychiatric Hospitalization, Residential and Outpatient Addictions Treatment and ATOD Prevention. Eric has served on several Governor's advisory boards, the Governor's Council on Substance Abuse Programs, and the Governor's Advisory Board on Drugs and Violent Crime.  

Benton County Substance Abuse Prevention Program invites you to join presenter Eric Martin on April 29th to get valuable information on the latest trends in prescription drug abuse and suggestions for addressing this problem in our community. The training is free, but pre-registration is required. Registration links will be posted on this website soon.


Benton County Oregon

  • The misuse of prescription drugs is a problem that puts young lives at risk
  • Recent national findings show youth are turning away from street drugs and intentionally using prescription drugs
    to get high
  • In Benton County, 1.7% of 8th graders and 6.5% of 11th graders report having misused prescription drugs within the last 30 days.

Benton County, Oregon

Friday, April 29th, 2011
8AM to 9AM: Registration Check-In and Continental Breakfast
9AM to NOON: Training

Cost: FREE!

**Pre-Registration is Required**

Registration: Go ONLINE to register NOW!

Parking: If you requested a Parking Permit when you registered - a complimentary permit will be sent via email on Monday, April 25, 2011. Questions? Email

Cancellations/Substitutions: If for some reason you will not be able to make it to the 2011 Prescription for Disaster, substitutions will be allowed. Please contact with the substitute information.

  Substance Abuse  

Recognizing that substance abuse is closely linked to multiple high-risk health behaviors, the Benton County Health Department provides substance abuse prevention services in a variety of areas. These include:

  • Merchant education and partnership to reduce underage drinking and issues related to excessive alcohol use
  • Prevention education to adolescents
  • Parent education
  • Implementing substance abuse prevention programming in collaboration with local businesses and community groups
  • Community mobilization
  • Funding for substance abuse prevention
  • Program planning implementation and evaluation – technical assistance for substance abuse prevention programming
  • Grant Writing

For further information, contact the Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist at 541-766-6247. Visit the Benton County Substance Abuse Prevention Program Website, click here.

LaSells Stewart Center

Oregon State University
LaSells Stewart Center
100 LaSells Stewart Center
Corvallis, OR

Google Map


Getting Here: Driving from I-5 

  • From I-5, take Exit 228.
  • Turn west onto Highway 34 towards Corvallis/Newport.
  • Continue on OR-34 for about 10 miles.
  • Take the OR-34 exit, Exit 228, toward Corvallis.
  • Turn right onto OR-34 toward Corvallis/Newport.
  • Continue on OR-34 for about 10 miles.
  • Turn left onto OR-34 Bypass/Corvallis-Newport Hwy. toward
    Philomath/Newport/Reser Stadium
    (At the light right before going over the bridge into Corvallis).
  • Continue on OR-34 for about 2 miles (Hw. 20/34/Philomath Blvd.)
  • Turn right onto 26th Street.
  • Proceed to next intersection. The Hilton Garden Inn will be on your right, across Western Blvd. on the right are the LaSells Stewart
    Center and the CH2M HILL Alumni Center.

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Benton County Oregon State University

Registration Contact:
If you have any questions about registration or the location,
please contact the OSU Conference Services Team:

OSU Conference Services
Oregon State University
Phone: 541-737-9300

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