Addiction, Treatment and Recovery
Jerry Moe Presented With Community Service Award
Jerry Moe, National Director of the Betty Ford Children’s Program, received the California Society of Addiction Medicine (CSAM) 2010 Community Service Award during the organization’s recent Addiction Medicine Review Course in Newport Beach.
An internationally known author, lecturer and trainer, Jerry’s passionate advocacy for, and work with, children of alcoholics and addicts has significantly improved thousands of lives. Jerry has been developing programs and facilitating groups for children from addicted families since 1978.
His books include: Understanding Addiction and Recovery Through a Child’s Eyes, Kids’ Power: Healing Games for Children of Alcoholics; Conducting Support Groups for Elementary Children; Discovery … Finding the Buried Treasure; Kids’ Power Too: Words to Grow By; The Children’s Place … At the Heart of Recovery and the Beamer series.
During his career, Jerry has received a number of acknowledgments for his work with children, including the 1993 Marty Mann Award and the 2005 American Honors Recovery Award.
The Community Service Award was established by CSAM’s Executive Council in August 1985 as the Achievement Award or Merit Award to honor “someone outside the health professions.” Over time it came to be called the Community Service Award. Past recipients include Betty Ford, Stephanie Brown and Joan Kroc.
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