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The 2023 Virtual North Carolina Prevention Conference is an opportunity for community members, from a multitude of backgrounds, to collaborate, engage, and advocate for change in relation to substance misuse prevention.

Why Get Involved?
To network with colleagues, researchers, and professionals in the prevention field.

To build on prior knowledge and gain valuable information, research and tools to increase your effectiveness in the field of substance use prevention.

To collaborate together on ways to positively impact communities through discussion board, resource sharing, incredible exhibitor content, and more.

To add more skills and tools to your toolbelt so you can further impact the communities that you serve or in which you live.

Who Should Be Involved?
Prevention & Treatment Professionals Substance Misuse Coalition Members School Counselors & Educators Social Workers Parents Community Members

What Topics Will be offered?

The full agenda is coming, but here is just a taste of what we have this year:

  • ACES
  • FASD
  • Engaging and Collaborating with communtiy supports
  • Cannabis 101
  • Evaluation and New Data
  • Excessive Drinking
  • Cultural Competence
  • Engaging Youth
  • T21 and Tobacco Updates
  • Roots, Restoration and Resilience, and more!

Check back for the updated agenda and conference details!

How will we view?

The 2023 Virtual Conference will be held through Whova. The platform will open closer to the conference. All attendees must create a Whova account they don't have one already. Content will be streamed and embedded into the platform.

The platform gives access to speed networking opportunities, community discussion, gaming and prizes, networking, exhibitor booths, and virtual meet-ups!

*Note the platform will work best on google chrome and with zoom installed. Recordings will also be housed within the platform.

The conference is FREE, but space is LIMITED. Get your tickets NOW! 
Sessions will be recorded and available to attendees for 30 additional days.
NCASPPB hours will be applied for and those credits will be available for all attendees viewing content. The Prevention Conference Committee has the right to remove or not post any content that becomes unavilable due to unforeseen circumstances.

The North Carolina Prevention Conference is supported by the NC Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services, with funding from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Substance Abuse Block Grant.

Supported by NC Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services