National Rural Institute on Alcohol, Drugs and Addictions

The annual Conference and Meeting of NRADAN, Inc

Institute Registration $575

The 2022 annual Institute "The Rural" is being planned as a hybrid event. We plan to get back to our regular location at the University of Wisconsin-Stout in Menomonie, Wisconsin. There will also be real-time and on-demand virtual options to accommodate those who may still be impacted by COVID-19 during summer 2022.

2022 Registration Coming Soon!

2022 Planned Keynotes

Sunday Opening Keynote Performance:

Pat Wiley, CSAC

Oshkosh, Wisconsin

Monday Keynote:

John F. Kelly, Ph.D., ABPP

Elizabeth R. Spallin Professor of Psychiatry in Addiction Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Cambridge, Massachusetts

Tuesday Keynote:

Kristina Padilla M.A., IMF, LAADC, ICAADC, CGS

Director of Business Development & Education
California Consortium of Addiction Programs & Professionals (CCAPP)
Sacramento, California

Wednesday Keynote:

Mackenzie Phillips, RADT-I

Program Director & Referral Relations
Breathe Life Healing
Centers Los Angeles, California

Thursday Closing Keynote:

James Nihan

Client Care Specialist
Onsite Workshops
Cumberland Furnace, Tennessee

Become a Presenter

Information and details for those interested in becoming a presenter.

Submit a Presentation Proposal

Become an Exhibitor

Information about registering to Exhibit at the 2021 Institute.

Apply to Exhibit

Harold E. Hughes Awards of Excellence

Nominations Form Due: April 1, 2021

Nominate for an Award

Scholarship Information

Scholarship Application Due: April 1, 2022 

Scholarship Information

2021 Session Information

Descriptions and Details for Tracks and Special Topic Sessions.

Session Information

Become a Donor or Sponsor

Information about how to donate to NRADAN or to sponsor the annual Institute.

Donate or Sponsor

2021 Faculty and Keynotes

Learn more about our presenters and Institute faculty

2021 Faculty and Keynotes

2022 Institute Co-Sponsors and Donors:

Frequently Asked Questions

Will the 2022 Conference be virtual or in-person?

The 2022 Institute will be a hybrid event. There will be both in-person and virtual/online opportunities. It is anticipated that On-Demand viewing will also be available after the close of the event. Details are still being developed.

Do you have scholarship assistance in order to attend?

Yes! We understand the financial constraints for so many rural service providers. We currently work with multiple sponsors and donors to provide financial relief from registration fees. A scholarship application, including a letter of support from your employer are required. More details can be found on the scholarship application page.

How many CEU's can I earn during the Institute? Are there any other types of credits available?

2022 Information is underdevelopment. This response applies to the 2021 event:

If an attendee participates in all standard Institute sessions and keynotes in real-time only, the 2021 Virtual Institute will provide 2.0 CEU/20 hours. Additional hours may be earned for On-Demand viewing of recorded sessions. There will be over 80 instructional hours. While it may vary by agency, 1 CEU = 10 instructional hours.

CRC's (Certified Rehabilitation Counselor CEUS) can also be earned and will be provided by the UW-Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute.

Can I submit a presentation proposal?

Proposals are both solicited and invited on an annual basis. If an open call is used, information will be posted here about how to submit materials for consideration.

What is your cancellation and substitution policy?

A $30 cancellation fee will be assessed for any cancelled orders through May 31. No refunds are available after May 31. Substitutions can occur at anytime up until the start of the event at no charge. Note than scholarship awards are not transferrable and do not apply for substitutions.

When does registration close? Can I register after the live event?

2022 Information is underdevelopment. This response applies to the 2021 event:

Online registration is open until July 18, 2021. Access to recorded sessions is only available to those who are fully registered.