Date: January 13, 2022
Stemming the tide of overdose in rural communities requires innovative approaches to address the role of stigma and limited access to substance use disorder (SUD) resources. The National Rural Substance Use Disorder Health Equity and Stigma Summit brings together addiction treatment and prevention experts, authors, speakers with lived experience, artists, and representatives from diverse communities around the nation to offer presentations, workshops, and other sessions on these issues.
Date: May 18 – May 20, 2022
- Reflect on the impact of SUD-related stigma and barriers to treatment and recovery in rural communities.
- Share and discuss innovative strategies to address stigma around SUD and improve access to care.
- Explore key elements of programs that successfully address stigma and overcome barriers to equitable care.
- Establish enduring connections with others working to address barriers in communities around the nation.
*Registration to this hybrid virtual/in-person summit is free of cost and is open to the public. In-person attendance is limited. Continuing education credits will be offered.
Register to reserve your seat today.