Upcoming Events

Irving, TX | March 29

The DFW Behavioral Health Symposium is designed to serve a variety of individuals and disciplines. This includes clinicians, case managers, administrators, judicial representatives, advocates, educators, researchers, students, families, planners, and others concerned with improving services, supports, and quality of life for our community. From substance abuse to behavioral health, you are encouraged to attend the DFW Behavioral Health Symposium.

Focusing on the latest practical strategies will help build upon the innovations and strengths of our communities while addressing the behavioral health needs throughout the area. Creation and sustainability of services during these challenging economic times demand that we all work together expressing new ideas, proven methods, evidence based practices, and exploring collaborative efforts on every level.

Arlington, VA | March 30 @ 8:00 am


Learn where thought leaders in treatment, research and training are headed.

Are you new to the field, or just curious?

Learn face-to-face from the experts and meet new friends.

Have you been at this for a while?

Come to meet old and new friends, brush up, and improve your skills.

Are you an expert?

Don’t be selfish! Come and share your knowledge! While you are at it, become a better expert.


Learn new clinical skills and what research is bringing you.


Learn what your colleagues are working on, how the clinicians are applying the new knowledge, and where the clinicians desperately need new knowledge.

San Francisco , CA | April 6

This conference is like no other in scope and depth. You will have unsurpassed access to experts in clinical care and research, opportunities to network with colleagues from around the globe, and take away experiences that will enrich your research and practice. Talk with people who share your interests and passions.

The ADAA 2017 Annual Conference will offer 25 to 30 CE or CME credits to registered professional physicians, psychiatrists, neurologists, psychologists, social workers, counselors and case managers.

Bastrop , TX | April 10

About TASC


The Texas Association of Specialty Courts (TASC) was founded to:

  • Increase local and statewide political, media and community awareness of the existence and success of drug courts;
  • Support legislation authorizing funding for the operation of drug courts;
  • Provide support for jurisdictions wanting to establish drug courts. ​


The Texas Association of Specialty Courts (TASC) is a non-profit organization whose objective is to reduce substance abuse, crime and recidivism by promoting and advocating for the establishment and fu

Salt Lake City, UT | April 24

Dr. David Sack will be one of the speakers on Monday April 24th 

Knowledge & Skills for Professionals Working with Behavioral Health & Addiction in Today’s Adult Generations

This program has been designed to help you:

  • 􀀁 Expand your knowledge and develop strategies to more effectively promote the healthy growth and development of individuals in all adult developmental  stages and various cultural / ethnic backgrounds who are dealing with     behavioral health challenges and/or addiction issues
  • 􀀁 Employ effective working tools to properly intervene in these issues
  • 􀀁 Identify needs and access current resources
  • 􀀁 Use tools to develop and implement prevention and intervention programs


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