Planning is well underway for the 4th Annual National Rx Drug Abuse Summit, to be held April 6-9, 2015, at The Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia. Make your reservations early for the biggest savings.
The National Rx Drug Abuse Summit is the largest national collaboration of professionals from local, state and federal agencies, business, academia, clinicians, treatment providers, counselors, educators, state and national leaders, and advocates impacted by Rx drug abuse. Through this type of collaboration, your work can be more impactful in bringing solutions to this issue that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) declared a public health crisis in 2012.
Become a Sponsor or Exhibitor
Click here to download a 2015 Sponsorship/Exhibitor Guide.
Learn how to be a Summit Sponsor, click here.
Reserve one of the limited number of Exhibit Hall spaces, click here.
Marijuana Education Summit added to final day
The 2nd annual Smart Approaches to Marijuana (SAM) summit will be held in conjunction with the Rx Summit on Thursday, April 9, 2015. A separate registration is required with discounts available to Rx Summit attendees through February 28. Learn more about the SAM Summit, click here.
Stay Informed Through eNewsletter
Keep up-to-date on the latest news about the National Rx Drug Abuse Summit through our eNewsletter alerts. Be among the first to learn about workshop topics, general session plans and presenters as they are announced.
In order to reduce the volume of paper products used at the conference, the 2015 National Rx Drug Abuse Summit will NOT be printing handouts for breakout sessions. Instead, presentations will available for download and printing from this site.
National Advisory Board
Members of the Summit’s National Advisory Board guide program development and conference offerings. Once again, the Summit has partnered with Inquisit, to identify, design and deliver cutting-edge Continuing Education programs for conference attendees.
Operation UNITE (Unlawful Narcotics Investigations, Treatment and Education, Inc.) was created in 2003 by Congressman Harold “Hal” Rogers to rid communities of illegal drug use through a comprehensive approach that includes educating youth and the public, coordinating substance abuse treatment, and providing support for families and friends of substance abusers. UNITE serves a 32-county region in southern and eastern Kentucky.