A: The Awareness Expo Center will be the largest facility on the Awareness Complex and include the Awareness Convention Center, Learning Center and Museum.
A: The National Awareness Convention Center will not only has convention rooms, it will offer a business center and business store, breakout rooms, classrooms, storage area and a loading dock.
A: The Awareness Learning Center will house a beautiful lobby, Addiction Attorney Offices, Classrooms, an Awareness Gift Shop, Bus Driver Lounge, Recording Studio, Auditorium, Banquet Hall, First Aid Station Treatment Center, Referral Evaluation Offices and much more.
A: The Awareness Museum will be the most comprehensive and educational exhibition on addiction in the nation. A wonderful attraction to enlighten and inform young minds and teach them about the facts and effects of addiction, as well as adults and those in recovery and their loved ones. Exhibits will explore the History, Science and Culture of Addiction, Addiction & the Law, Economics of Addiction, Effects of Addiction in the Workplace to name a few. There will also be a smartphone app to help you on your educational journey.
A: With attractions to enlighten and inform young minds and teach them about the facts and effects of addiction, the exhibits will reach approximately 594,000 students each year who come to the Awareness Museum on school field trips. Adults and those in recovery can also learn from and enjoy the exhibits.
A: The Awareness Museum Buddy will be an app available for download. Features of the app include being able to measure your knowledge of addiction and the abiliity to store and compare information. This information will be kept confidential or you can share it with an on-site counselor, clergy or treatment center professional. Information you choose to share about your tour of the Awareness Museum will be analyzed by the museum research department to provide updated information on effective displays, as well as general knowledge of addictions. It will also provide future guidance to steer professionals in the thought process involved with addictions and the direction of treatment.