Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history.
We encourage you to join us in celebrating the Black community and the recovery community this month by attending our special virtual event, Engagement in the Black Community: A Virtual NAADAC Summit, on Thursday, February 25 – Friday, February 26, 2021.
This two-day free event will feature prominent industry professionals speaking on critical issues in the Black community relevant to treatment and recovery.
Open to all professionals, this summit seeks to foster diversity, openness, and inclusion within the recovery community, and highlight some of the unique needs and traits of this identified group.
Register now! Earn up to 8 CEs!
The summit is free for all to attend, but non-members must pay to receive CEs. NAADAC members can earn these CEs for free. (Join NAADAC now!)Register NowTheEngagement in the Black Community: A Virtual NAADAC Summit is one piece of a dedicated initiative to increase cultural humility, cultural responsiveness, and inclusivity within our profession and for those we serve.
Grady Anthony Austin Founder/Coach, Grady Austin Coaching
Raven E. Freeborn (née Dickerson), LCSW, CNP Founder, Legacy Healing and Therapy Services, LLCFounder, Third Way Solutions, Inc.
Angele Moss-Baker, LPC, LMFT, MAC, EAS-C, DCMHS-COD Behavioral Health Training Specialist, DC Department of Behavioral Health
O.T. Porter, PhD, LCDC Counselor, Memorial Hermann Prevention and Recovery Center