National Association of Drug Court Professionals Annual Conference

The National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) is renowned for its annual conference. This year, they are excited to announce that it will be held in the picturesque city of Anaheim, CA from June 10-14, 2009. The grand finale on Sunday, June 14, will be dedicated to Problem Solving Court Training, which is an essential part of the justice and rehabilitation system.

Drawing a diverse crowd, the conference anticipates the participation of roughly 3,000 individuals, both from the national and international arenas. The attendees span a range of professions, from judges, attorneys, and treatment professionals to community corrections officers, child welfare workers, coordinators, social workers, and many others. It’s not just a conference; it’s a convergence of minds dedicated to addressing pertinent issues related to substance abuse, mental health challenges, child neglect and abuse, and broader criminality aspects.

As an enhancement to this year’s conference, a workshop will be introduced. If you’re interested in conducting a workshop, ensure your proposal reaches the NADCP team by noon on Friday, August 29, 2008.

For more details, visit the NADCP’s contact page at and request a copy of the specifications.


Who attends the NADCP Annual Conference?

The conference welcomes a variety of professionals such as judges, attorneys, treatment professionals, law enforcement, community corrections, child welfare workers, and social workers, among others.

What is the main theme of the conference?

The conference primarily addresses issues related to substance abuse, mental health, child neglect and abuse, and criminality.

How can I submit a proposal for a workshop?

Proposals must be submitted by noon on Friday, August 29, 2008. You can get more details and specifications by contacting NADCP.

Is there a special day dedicated to training?

Yes, Sunday, June 14, is designated as the Problem Solving Court Training Day.

Where can I get more information about the conference?

You can visit the official contact page of NADCP at for more details and to request specific information.