APNC's semi-annual conference is a well-established meeting of the minds.
Professionals across the behavioral health sector gather to share the best of evidence-based practices and brainstorm thoughtful and innovative approaches to SUD impact. By connecting at conferences and sharing ideas, we become a stronger community pushing for effective change.
- MEMBER | NON MEMBER
- IN PERSON: $275| $350
- VIRTUAL: $110 | $150
- IN PERSON: $89
- VIRTUAL: $50
For Spring Conference
Choose Your Conference Experience
There is limited space at our in-person conference. To ensure you can attend in Asheville, register as soon as possible. The in-person experience will include LIVE pre-conference sessions, networking, a mutual aid meeting, World Congress, exhibitor resources, and the opportunity to speak face-to-face with conference speakers. You will still need to download the WHOVA app for the in-person experience.
Conference will take place at Crowne Plaza. Book your hotel room with APNC’s group rate here.
NOTE: Group rate ends on March 18.
The virtual experience allows you to access content from the comfort of your home or office. Through our conference app, Whova, you will have access to exhibitors’ virtual booths, on-demand sessions, and a virtual lobby, networking, and meetups.
For the best experience, download the Whova app before the conference. We’ll send out updates through Whova to keep you informed.
Everyone gets to be part of the hybrid experience through the WHOVA app! To bridge the gap between the virtual and in-person experiences, the hybrid experience includes virtual networking with attendees and exhibitors, access to continuing education hours, and a variety of fun contests throughout the conference. Content will remain on-demand for all attendees for 30 days after the conference.
*NOTE: In the event of technical difficulties, APNC may choose not to provide any given session virtually or for CE credit post-conference.
We can’t wait for you to hear from all the incredible speakers we have lined up for this event!
TAKING PLACE ON APRIL 19
Opioid Misuse: Overview of Diagnosis, Signs, Symptoms and Interventions
· Wanda Burger LCMHCS CCS ICCS MAC CCMC PhD-theocentric SAP
MAT Training - ADDITIONAL $45
The Spirtuality of the 12 Steps
· William Gibbons, MEd, LCAS
Reclaiming the Brain, Activating Sustained Recovery from Addiction
· Eric Gremminger, CADC
Challenge of Change
· Melissa Enoch, LCMHC, LCAS, CCS, MAC
Cost Preventing you from attending?
Apply For a Scholarship
Support the conference by becoming a sponsor! There are opportunities for organizations of all sizes to get involved.
Take advantage of the networking opportunities at our conference by setting up an exhibit booth.
Access the latest research, trends, and innovations in behavioral health while networking with peers from across the state.
- Information about CE credits