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There are a lot of addiction treatment and behavioral health conferences, summits, and other educational events. It's hard to keep track of them all. That's why BHAP keeps an updated calendar of Industry Events. This comprehensive list covers coast to coast, and even some that happen outside of the US. We at BHAP know nothing more than what's listed, but we make sure there's always a link to the main website of the conference for you to go to for more information.

 

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Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit

April 18 - April 21

$725

More than one million too many lives have been lost to the opioid and addiction epidemic. It’s time to reverse the numbers and re-discover hope. Rx Summit is a global community of stakeholders “from federal to family” who come together annually to share best practices and strategies for prevention, treatment, and recovery. We look forward to returning to an in-person format this year, where we can continue to collaborate, cultivate change, and create solutions. This is our most important year yet.

Details

Start:
April 18
End:
April 21
Cost:
$725
Event Category:
https://www.rx-summit.com/

Venue

Atlanta, GA
Atlanta, Georga + Google Map

Organizer

Psychiatry & Behavioral Health Learning Network
View Organizer Website

A reminder that this list is based off of our own research, and to always check with the event in question with any questions or concerns.