The National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) will host RISE22, the world's preeminent conference on addiction, mental health, and justice reform, July 25-28, 2022 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee.
RISE, drawing more than 6,000 attendees each year, brings together leaders from all models of treatment courts, the recovery community, law enforcement, veteran service organizations, legislators, and other key stakeholders to learn the latest evidence-based practices for serving individuals with substance use and mental health disorders in the justice system.
NADCP is seeking proposals for sessions/workshops that present best practices in service delivery, collaboration, and justice programming that enhance outcomes for participants in treatment courts, including adult, juvenile, family, and reentry drug treatment courts, DWI courts, tribal healing to wellness courts, and veterans treatment courts.
NADCP strongly encourages proposals for sessions that present research findings and their impact on practice, feature data analysis, and highlight evidence-based practice implementation. While NADCP will accept and schedule sessions that cover a wide range of topics, we are especially interested in justice reform research-based programming, the unique needs of justice-involved veterans, family-centered practices, law enforcement personnel, pretrial services, equity and inclusion, effective addiction and mental health treatment, long-term recovery management, and community supervision.