National Recovery Capital Conference

Building on Our Strengths: What Do I Need to Build to Sustain my Recovery?

Not quite sure what recovery capital is? More here.

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About the Conference

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Leading the change in care for mental health and addiction, the National Recovery Capital Conference of America will feature leading international researchers, clinicians, and policymakers who will provide evidence-based clinical knowledge gained through decades of care.

Emerging research supports the concept that recovery-oriented systems of care demonstrate improved mental and physical health, improved quality of life, pro-social behavior, and a dramatic reduction in human and financial cost to the community.

This conference will engage delegates in the collaborative practice of solution-focused care for people and their families, supported by paraprofessionals, peers, and mutual support systems.

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When: October 26, 2022

from 8 am to 5 pm Pacific

Where: Hyatt Regency Mission Bay in San Diego, CA

Price: $200


Included as part of CCAPP’s California Addiction Conference, but can be attended separately:
purchase separately here.

From Prior Conferences

Tom Hill welcomes everyone to the 2021 National Recovery Capital Conference, part of CCAPP’s California Addiction Conference.

Congresswoman Judy Chu talks at CCAPP’s 2021 California Addiction Conference.


You can download the slides from John Kelly’s presentation, Recovery Capital: Rationale and Science.

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Learning Outcomes

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At the conclusion of the conference, participants should be able to identify and describe the benefits of recovery capital. Learning outcomes include comparing presented clinical guidelines/best practices with the delegate’s current practice and identify strengths or gaps. Participants will also connect with other professionals to improve the community.

Continuing Education Units

The Recovery Capital Conference will offer Continuing Education credits. Each conference will offer a different amount of CEUs as the duration varies. In past years, we were able to offer CEUs from the following organizations:

  • Alcohol & Drug Abuse Certification Board of Georgia: Provider Number – 20-09-18-0000
  • CCAPP (California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals): Provider Number – 2N-18-292-0522
  • NAADAC (National Association for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors): Provider Number – 176068 (Tier A)
  • Counselor Magazine
  • Tennessee Certification Board

About the Organizers

The Recovery Capital Conference is organized by BHAP, CCAPP, ARCC, and Counselor Magazine.

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