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Now is your time for professional development – – –
Connect with experts in the fields of addiction
Reconnect with colleagues you haven’t seen in past months
Build new relationships to enhance your practice in addiction prevention to tertiary intervention

JOIN US SEPT. 13-15, 2023

Join the Utah Office of Substance Use & Mental Health and many public and private partners for a phenomenal event at the Dixie Convention Center in beautiful St. George, Utah. We will explore the latest in substance use prevention, recovery, wellness, treatment, complimentary approaches, research, organizational and community management, and much more!

(Optional Pre-Conference Workshops, September 12th)

While each person requires a different level of human interaction, the need for connection is inherent.

- Charlotte Walker, Pepperdine University


Whether you a seasoned professional, new in your field, or a student working with individuals facing behavioral health and substance use disorder issues running through today’s diverse society, this program is for you! It will deliver traditional and up-and-coming clinical content encasing today’s changing generation for those in:

Join us as we delve into the intricacies of behavioral health and substance use disorders, providing invaluable tools and knowledge to navigate today's rapidly changing landscape. Our program caters to individuals across various sectors, ensuring that participants emerge equipped to make meaningful contributions to the well-being of individuals and communities alike. Whether you're seeking trenbolone for sale or seeking to deepen your understanding of behavioral health, our program offers a transformative learning experience tailored to meet the demands of a dynamic and evolving healthcare landscape.

  • Addiction Treatment
  • Administration
  • Case Management
  • Clergy
  • Corrections / Courts
  • Counseling
  • Crisis Response
  • Education
  • Employee Assistance
  • Forensics
  • Geriatrics
  • Gerontology
  • Health Education
  • Higher Education
  • Home Health
  • Hospice
  • Law Enforcement
  • Long-Term Care
  • Marriage / Family Therapy
  • Military Specialties
  • Nursing
  • Paramedicine
  • Peer Support Specialists
  • Prevention
  • Psychology
  • Recovery & Wellness
  • Social Work
  • Other Behavioral Health & Addiction Professions


The purpose of this program is to join individuals who work with those who are at-risk for, or have substance use disorders with or without co-occurring issues to reduce stigma, increase knowledge and improve access to and practices around substance use disorder issues facing today’s diverse society. By doing this and developing new and improved current best practices in prevention to intervention throughout public and private settings, there will ultimately be an improvement in systems and client care.

More specifically, this program sets out to help you

To provide education, collaboration building, resource enhancements, and stigma reduction to create improvements in services and practices from prevention to intervention and recovery around substance use disorders.

To provide a safe haven / forum to identify system and service gaps and develop collaboratives from prevention to tertiary interventions and recovery to fill those gaps in all cultural and ethnic populations dealing with substance use issues.

To develop strategies to promote the healthy growth and development of individuals more effectively in all developmental stages and various cultural / ethnic backgrounds who are dealing with issues of substance use, misuse, and abuse.

To provide and strengthen effective working tools to properly intervene in said issues on individual and system levels.

To familiarize participants with current policies, resources, and resource needs in an environ-ment that facilitates interdisciplinary, collaborative networking.

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