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Brazil Chapter of IntNSA
President: Divane de Vargas
Canadian Chapter of IntNSA
President: Sue Newton, BA, BScN, MN, RN
Southern California Chapter of IntNSA
President: EM Garcia
  Connecticut Chapter of IntNSA
President: Karen Ragaisis
Delaware Chapter of IntNSA
President: Heather Frye

  IntNSA Florida Chapter
President: Lisa Domenico, PhD, RN
Holland Chapter of IntNSA
Dutch Chapter of IntNSA
President: Yvonne Slee
Ireland Chapter of IntNSA
President: Peter Kelly
Nevada Chapter of IntNSA
President: Virginia Singer
Massachusetts Chapter of IntNSA
Executive Director: Colleen Labelle
Minnesota & Western Wisconsin
Chapter of IntNSA
President: Katie Pylkas-Blue
  North Carolina
President: Frank Campbell
Southeastern Pennsylvania Chapter of IntNSA
President: Diana Martin

(Includes: Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster,
Lebanon, Lehigh, Northampton, Philadelphia, Schuylkill counties)
  Tri-State Chapter of IntNSA
(Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky)

President: Dana Siewertsen  

Start an IntNSA Chapter

If you are interested in furthering the profession of Addictions Nursing, have a good energy level and high resistance to naysayers - have we got a job for you! How about starting a State or Bistate or Tristate IntNSA Chapter? What a wonderful way to bring fellow Addictions Nurses together to not only educate each other but to network with one another and most important, to support one another. In this day and time of Behavioral Healthcare, it is essential that we have opportunities to meet with one another and discuss the future of our specialty as well as our jobs.

IntNSA will support your endeavor by sending you a list of all IntNSA members in your state and a Chapter Formation Handbook, (which has everything you need to know about starting a chapter - see below). Who could ask for more? For more information, consult the Guide for Development of Chapters, the IntNSA Chapter Handbook or contact IntNSA.

IntNSA's Mission: To advance excellence in nursing care for the prevention and treatment of addictions for diverse populations across all practice setting
through advocacy, collaboration, education, research and policy development.
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