National Conference on Addiction Disorders August 16-20 | Baltimore

National Conference on Addiction Disorders
August 16-20 | Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel | Earn up to 26.5 CEs

Join addiction treatment and behavioral healthcare professionals of all types
working together to Navigate Passages to Recovery.

The International Certification & Reciprocity Consortium encourages you to connect and engage with national experts and resources at the 2017 National Conference on Addiction Disorders.

Speaker Spotlight:
P05 – Plenary Presentation – Kimberly A. Johnson, PhD, Director Center for Substance Abuse Treatment to address NCAD, Awards Presentation: Addiction Professional, Behavioral Healthcare, NALGAP Presidents Awards
1.0 CE | Saturday, August 19 | 1:30 PM – 2:45 PM

Kimberly A. Johnson, Ph.D., Director, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, leads the center’s activities to improve access, reduce barriers, and promote high quality, effective substance use disorder treatment and recovery services. Dr. Johnson’s extensive experience in and contributions to the behavioral health field ensure the center’s programs are correctly focused and support SAMHSA’s mission.


All Registration Inquiries including Session Selection, Payment, Receipts and Attendance Policy Inquiries: Please call Ellen Kelley 216.373.1223 or email


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2 Responses to National Conference on Addiction Disorders August 16-20 | Baltimore

  1. Eric Whitaker says:

    Who would i contact directly to get a peer recovery specialist certification. What are the requirements for that certification.

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