As COVID-19 remains a national health concern, and in an effort to ensure the health, safety and comfort of all attendees, the Co-Occurring Disorders and Treatment Conference scheduled for October 2021 will be offered in a virtual format again this year.
With each conference we continue to strive to bring together experts from Washington and across the nation to share information about innovative therapeutic techniques, skills, programs, practices and policies that offer a relevant and enjoyable learning experience.
Our goal is to promote integration of services across the public mental health, substance use disorder, developmental disabilities, and medical systems; promote knowledge about co-occurring disorders and the value of integration, to support the development of a co-occurring capable system of care, and to advocate and partner with others to promote integrated treatment and recovery for all people. Finally, we strive to present each participant with current information that will bring value back to the agency and the patients they serve, and to provide a great opportunity to network with friends and colleagues. The conference will take place in Yakima, Washington at the Yakima Convention Center.
Chemical Dependency Professionals, Mental Health Professionals, Direct Care Staff, Case Managers, Advocates, Administrators, Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors, Consumers, Regional Administrators, Supervisors
Our 2021 virtual COD Conference will offer three pre-conference trainings on October 3, 2021.
These sessions will run concurrently, so please only register for one training. Live attendance is mandatory for credit to be earned.
To register for a pre-conference training and the general conference, please select General Registration on the registration page. You will have the opportunity to add your pre-conference selection to your cart.
Already registered? You can add a pre-conference meeting to your registration.
To register for a pre-conference training ONLY, select the Pre-conference training Only option on the registration page and select your training.
Should you need more than one of these trainings for certification or re-certification, you may contact DBHR or the NWATTC regarding other opportunities in the Washington State area.
This training could be applied to multiple areas of the Alaska Qualified Addictions Professional (QAP) certification. Contact the Alaska Commission for Behavioral Health Certification (Ask for Dabney Van Liere, Executive Director) at 907-332-4333 or email email@example.com specific information.