The Arizona Association of Drug Court Professionals (AADCP) is pleased to announce the Call for Presenters for the 2021 Treatment Court Conference: Transforming Lives in a Virtual World to be held April 14-15, 2021, on a virtual platform. Our goal is to offer quality workshops that provide skill-building opportunities, increase professional competencies, and focus on implementing research into practice, while also encompassing the spirit of this year’s conference theme.
AADCP is seeking proposals for sessions/workshops, 75 minutes in length, that present best practices in service delivery, collaboration and justice programming that enhance outcomes for participants in treatment courts, including adult, juvenile, family and reentry drug treatment courts; DWI courts; tribal healing to wellness courts; and veterans treatment courts. AADCP strongly encourages proposals for sessions that present research findings, feature data analysis and highlight evidence-based practices.
AADCP may publish part or all of the proceedings of this conference. By presenting at the conference, you agree that AADCP has the right to include your presentation in a future publication and/or on its websites if AADCP decides to do so. You are not precluded from publishing your material elsewhere, nor is AADCP obligated to include it in any book, monograph, scholarly journal or other communication that may arise from this conference.
When completing the “Abstract” and “Learning Objectives” portions of this application, please craft language that could be used in the official conference program to describe your session. If your application is accepted, this section of your application may be included in the final program.
We encourage potential presenters to consider workshops that help attendees’ complete hours applicable to their licensure requirements for ethics and cultural competency (for example: CEU’s or counselors, CLE for lawyers, COJET for court and county personnel). When submitting your proposal, please indicate if your workshop will be relevant information regarding cultural competency or ethics, as these will be given first review.
We encourage workshops that help attendees’ complete hours applicable to their licensure requirements for ethics and cultural competency (for example: CEU’s for counselors, social workers, CLE for lawyers, COJET for court and county personnel). When submitting your proposal, please ensure your presentation title, abstract and learning objectives highlights ethics and/or cultural competency, as these will be given first review.
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When submitting your workshop proposals, please include the following:
If your proposal includes more than one presenter, only one presenter will receive a complementary conference registration; up to two additional presenters may attend the conference at a reduced registration fee (upon request)
All presenters must register for the conference. Additionally, all travel and lodging expenses related to presenting at the conference are the responsibility of each presenter.
Presentations will be addressed to judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, probation officers, parole officers, law enforcement, social workers, behavioral health professionals and paraprofessionals, treatment providers, community advocates, alumni/participants, government officials, Veteran Affairs, Native American Tribal communities, educators and students.