PRESENTATION TITLE: Early Intervention Through Human Connection
Lynne Pedersen, CADC-II, ICADC, is the founder of ONE-On-CAMPUS, the multi-dimensional peer-led support program of the nonprofit ONE Recovery. ONE is dedicated to the inspiration of young people, their loved ones, and conscious members of the community.
Lynne is known for her unbridled passion and commitment to anyone in need of care. She recently was awarded the prestigious PTA Service Award for the ONE-On-Campus group at Corona Del Mar High School, in Newport Beach, California. She possesses an innate ability to create spaces where healing and integrity are paramount. Her expertise in program development has her sought after by new and emerging programs, but Lynne has chosen to focus on the students and families of ONE.
Lynne received the Honorary Service Award from Newport Mesa Unified School District’s Corona Del Mar High School PTA. Trained under some of the most esteemed pioneers in the recovery field; John Bradshaw, John James, Kip Flock, Dr. Dave Lewis as well as the Masters of UCLA’s Chemical Dependency Studies, Counseling and Management Programs. She holds a CADC-II, ICADC and received her Intervention Training from the prestigious Johnson Institute. Lynne has been recognized by the National Basketball Association for her role in intervention training; the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office for her work with Paramount Studios on the D.A.R.E. program; MTV’s for the Rock Against Drugs commercial campaign; and her volunteer work with incarcerated youth at Camp Kilpatrick.