Notice Regarding Workshop Certificates

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A Virtual Conference for All Professionals
Supporting Those Impacted by Addiction

Thursday

April 29

9AM–4:30PM

Friday

April 30

8AM–2PM

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The live events have ended, but the virtual conference continues!

On-demand recordings are available through Dec 2021! Login below or register for access.

Two Inspiring Days

Our 21st Annual Addiction Conference educates prevention, treatment, and recovery support professionals about critical issues surrounding substance use disorders, while providing a unique forum for networking, collaboration and workforce development.

Recorded live on April 29 & 30, Renew • Recover • Resilience brought two immersive days of inspiring speakers, conversations, and and more delivered in a unique online environment!

Thank you to all who joined us!

Don't forgetAll workshop sessions were recorded and are available on demand until December 31. Earn and claim your renewal credits!

Missed the Live Conference?

It's not too late to join in—Registration for on-demand replay remains open! Join us today and earn continuing education credits!

2-Day Live Stream

From your desk or sofa, experience the conference wherever you are.

On-Demand Replay

All live events and sessions are open to registered attendees and can be watched and replayed anytime.

Virtual Exhibit Hall

Connect with exhibitors and sponsors for unique networking opportunities, services, and resources.

Scholarships Available

HTS scholarships are currently available for the live conference and for on-demand viewing.

Earn Renewal Credits

Earn credit in Addiction (Social Work pending) by participating in conference workshops on-demand through 12/31/2021.

Expert Insight From
Our Speakers

See the national and local experts who presented at Renew • Recover • Resilience.

Prizes

14 Prize winners were randomly selected and are being contacted. Will be posted here so check back soon  to see who won!

Conference Program Book

Access, flip through, and download the conference program book that accompanied the live conference. 

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The Virtual
Experience

NJPN is excited to once again offer our virtual conference in a fun and interactive digital setting from the safety of your home or workplace!

 

No matter where you are, this live two-day conference experience will simulate an in-person conference venue, complete with recorded workshops and resource areas you can enter at any point until the end of the year.

  • Enjoy watching recorded presentations in the Theater

  • View Sponsors and Exhibitors in virtual booths, Zoom and chat with service providers and download unlimited resources

  • Access the Resource area to collect and save documents in your virtual conference bag

  • Network with other attendees in the Lounge

  • See who earned Badges for prizes

  • Get assistance anytime in the Help Center

Helpful Links

Be sure your system is prepared! Below are a few helpful links to connectivity to the conference.

On-Demand Streaming

All Events and Sessions Are Open to Registered Attendees and Can Be Watched and Replayed From April 30 – December 31, 2021

Earn Renewal Credits

Earn  CEUs/professional credit in Addiction (Social Work pending) by participating in conference workshops on-demand through December 31, 2021

Need Assistance?

If you need conference information or assistance, please contact NJPN—

 

info@NJPN.org

 
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"First of all I want to say that the NJPN Annual Addiction Conference was fantastic. I have never attended before and now with the virtual platform I was able to attend this year. I cannot say how impressed I was by the speakers. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of it."

—2020 VIRTUAL CONFERENCE ATTENDEE

Our Speakers

The NJPN Annual Addiction Conference brings together national and state addiction experts addressing the latest research and strategies related to the addiction field.

 
Featured
Speakers
Gurbir S. Grewal
Gurbir S. Grewal

WELCOME

Gurbir S. Grewal

Attorney General, The State of New Jersey

Susan Gibson
Susan Gibson

DAY 2 WELCOME & DAY 1 AM WORKSHOP

Susan Gibson

Special Agent in Charge, Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)

Linda Graham, MFT
Linda Graham, MFT

DAY 1 KEYNOTE

Linda Graham, MFT

Psychotherapist, Author, Consultant, Trainer

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Priya Vulchi & Winona Guo
Priya Vulchi & Winona Guo

DAY 2 KEYNOTE

Priya Vulchi & Winona Guo

Social Entrepreneurs & Student Activists, Founders of CHOOSE

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David Kessler
David Kessler

DAY 1 PLENARY

David Kessler

Author, Founder, grief.com

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Darryl S. Inaba, PharmD.
Darryl S. Inaba, PharmD.

DAY 2 PLENARY

Darryl S. Inaba, PharmD.

Director of Clinical and Behavioral Health Services, Addictions Recovery Center

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Christopher M. Jones

DAY 1 AM WORKSHOP

Christopher M. Jones

Deputy Director, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Elizabeth Burden

DAY 1 PM WORKSHOP

Elizabeth Burden

Senior Advisor, Practice Improvement & Consulting, National Council for Behavioral Health

Kevin A. Sabet, PhD.

DAY 2 AM WORKSHOP

Kevin A. Sabet, PhD.

President & CEO, Smart Approaches to Marijuana (SAM, Inc.)

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WORKSHOP SPEAKERS INCLUDE

Lt. Jason Piotrowski

DAY 1 AM WORKSHOP

Lt. Jason Piotrowski

Unit Head of Regional Operations, NJ-ROIC, NJ State Police

Dale Quigley

DAY 1 AM WORKSHOP

Dale Quigley

Deputy Coordinator, HIDTA—National Marijuana Initiative (NMI)

Douglas Rice

DAY 1 PM WORKSHOP

Douglas Rice

Senior Manager, Training & Sales Operations, CADCA

Jamie Sierfeld

DAY 1 PM WORKSHOP

Jamie Sierfeld

Training Director, Partners in Prevention, The Lindsey Meyer Teen Institute (LMTI)

Sandy Gibson

DAY 2 AM WORKSHOP

Sandy Gibson

Clinical Coordinator & Professor, The College of New Jersey

Christopher Spallina

DAY 2 AM WORKSHOP

Christopher Spallina

Program Manager, The Phoenix NJ

Brandon Brown

DAY 2 AM WORKSHOP

Brandon Brown

Trauma Specialist, Temple University

Steven D. Kniffley Jr., PsyD.

DAY 1 AM WORKSHOP

Steven D. Kniffley Jr., PsyD.

Assistant Professor & Coordinator of Collective Care Center (Racial Trauma Clinic), Spalding University

Liz Pandya