2019 Fees

The National Conference on Alcohol & Addiction Disorders offers a unique conference experience. Educational sessions from top experts in the field provide a foundation for the event, and throughout the venue you’ll find special reminders about the power of recovery. Between sessions our exhibit hall offers opportunities to network, participate in recovery-oriented activities, and hear about services for helping those needing treatment or for growing your organization. Make sure to register early to take advantage of the lowest rates.


Registration Inquiries

All Registration Inquiries including Session Selection, Payment, Receipts and Attendance Policy Inquiries: Please call Ellen Kelley at 216-373-1223 or email ekelley@iabhc.com.

Conference fees includes access to all receptions and meals, including lunch and break service.

Registration Type
Number of Passes Available
Clinical Professional - Super Saver
Clinical Professional - Early Bird
Clinical Professional - Standard Registration
Clinical Professional - Onsite Registration

*Individuals in non-profit, government, or academic roles can register using the clinical professional rate.

Non-clinical Professional - Super Saver
Non-clinical Professional - Early Bird
Non-clinical Professional - Standard Registration
Non-clinical Professional - Onsite Registration

*Individuals in corporate or clinicians in marketing, outreach, admissions, or business development roles must register using the non-clinical professional rate.

Clinical Professional - Single Day Pass
This rate does not expire.  Cost is per day and provides access to everything for that day only.
Non-clinical Professional - Single Day Pass
This rate does not expire.  Cost is per day and provides access to everything for that day only.
Team Pricing
Team pricing applies to groups of 5 or more.  Must book together to get discounted rate.  Please call Ellen Kelley at 216-373-1223 or email ekelley@iabhc.com to book a group of 5 or more.
Marketing Program
The National Conference on Alcohol & Addiction Disorders has partnered with the Behavioral Health Association of Providers (BHAP) to offer sessions related to marketing. Sessions in the marketing program fulfill some--but not all--of the requirements for earning the BHAP Certificate in Addiction Treatment Marketing (C-ATM). For details about C-ATM, visit http://www.aata.io/?page=atm_certification. Continuing education credit hours will be available from the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP). Only registrants who sign up specifically for the marketing program may participate.