Community-based organizations

NADCP Conference: Rise 24

Since 1995, NADCP has convened the only national conference for treatment court professionals. Over the past 27 years, our numbers have grown to include a wide array of public health and public safety leaders working to expand treatment for people with substance use and mental health disorders who become involved in the legal system.

What remains constant is the unparalleled education, networking, and fellowship enjoyed by every attendee!

NADCP Conference: Rise 23

Since 1995, NADCP has convened the only national conference for treatment court professionals. Over the past 27 years, our numbers have grown to include a wide array of public health and public safety leaders working to expand treatment for people with substance use and mental health disorders who become involved in the legal system.

What remains constant is the unparalleled education, networking, and fellowship enjoyed by every attendee!

NADCP Conference: Rise 22

Now in its 27th year, RISE annually convenes leaders in public health and public safety for four energizing days of education, innovation, and collaboration.

At RISE22, you will learn from the brightest minds in treatment, law, and recovery while interacting with justice innovators from across the globe. From cutting-edge resources to unparalleled networking, RISE22 is the premier conference event of the year for anyone working at the intersection of addiction, mental health, and justice reform. 

Virtual Roundtable Discussion: Drug Endangered Children and Challenges in Tribal Communities

This roundtable/listening session will be a discussion around how substance misuse is impacting our tribal communities, the importance of collaboration, the challenges communities are facing with available services, as well as the challenges of collaboration between professional disciplines and community members. Discussion outcomes will inform future training and technical assistance and resource development focused on supporting drug endangered children in tribal communities.  This session is held in partnership with the National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children. 

Webinar: Peer Recovery Support Services in Tribal Communities

Discuss an overview of peer recovery support services (PRSS) as part of a comprehensive program to address substance abuse within tribal communities. Explore specific models of PRSS implementation within tribal communities. Identify benefits of PRSS as well as common challenges and barriers. Examine important considerations related to building comprehensive intervention strategies to respond to alcohol and substance abuse issues in tribal communities including PRSS.

Webinar: Ask the Expert: Co-Occurring Disorders Simplified

Previous webinars have laid the foundation regarding the impact of addiction on the brain, understanding mental health symptoms, and what tribal service providers and criminal justice professionals can do to support tribal members’ journeys out of addiction. Join this session for a facilitated discussion and open forum with subject matter experts who will answer your practical questions regarding working with individuals presenting with co-occurring disorder diagnoses (comorbidity).

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