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NADCP RISE Conference

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NIC is excited to attend the RISE conference, which brings together esteemed public health and public safety leaders dedicated to enhancing access to treatment for individuals with substance use and mental health disorders who find themselves entangled in the justice system. Our will be able to share what we learn with state and local partners, which will help them to improve the quality of care they provide to people with substance use and mental health disorders.

In addition, NIC is also looking forward to networking with other leaders. These relationships will be essential to NIC's efforts to improve the safety and effectiveness of the nation's correctional systems.

Hours and Availability:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
2pm-7pm 7am-6pm 7am-6pm 7am-12pm
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