The Evolution of Addiction Treatment Conference was founded in 2011 by Allen Berger, Ph.D. and Andrew Martin, MBA, LAADC, SAP, CA-CSS and was purchased by C4 Recovery Foundation in 2017. EVOLUTION brings the most forward-thinking and effective therapeutic interventions and approaches directly to those that treat addiction. Since 2011, the conference has grown from 350 to over 600 attendees.
Last year CCSAD hosted 1200 participants from 7 countries and 42 states. This premier behavioral health conference is dedicated to continuing education and networking, combining workshops and seminars on timely industry topics with an unmatched show-case of the industry’s products, services and facilities in our exhibit hall.
Join us for the 7th Annual Clinical Overview of the Recovery Experience (CORE), a C4 Recovery Foundation event. Last year, CORE hosted 496 participants from 36 states from a diverse range of fields.
Join us for this premier behavioral healthcare event and see how we’re creating a unique experience through numerous networking opportunities, a challenging and dynamic agenda, spotlighting programs and services, and much more. Enjoy the company of 1,350 of your fellow colleagues from across the country on the beautiful grounds of the La Quinta Resort.
The National Leadership Conference is the annual gathering for families and stakeholders brought together by the Addiction Policy Forum.
This event highlights innovative solutions to addressing addiction, connects those working on the ground with skills and new tools.
Invitation to Participate: How do we support people with intellectual disability and addictive behaviours?: An exploratory study of addiction counsellors
Reinforcing Behaviour Change in Addiction Treatment' will present findings from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Programme grant which sought to develop an evidence base for contingency management in addiction services in the UK.
As our hyper-globalized world brings people, substances, ideas, and potential sources of addiction closer together than ever, researchers, care providers, academics and professionals need to look at addiction studies in a new, dynamic light.
This two-week Summer Institute seeks to provide an interdisciplinary approach and lens to the study of addiction.
The programme is built around four themes:
This year's MCA Symposium is taking place on the 13th of November 2019 at the BMA in London.