2021 Minnesota Prevention Program
The Annual Minnesota Prevention Program Sharing conference provides learning, networking and skill-building opportunities to enhance alcohol, tobacco, and other drug misuse (ATOD) prevention efforts. By sharing effective prevention strategies and programs, presenters and participants learn from one another in this exemplary, two-day learning community.
Past proposal topics include substance use research & data, coalition building, community organizing, prevention strategies, needs assessment & evaluation, culturally-specific & responsive practices, leadership development, youth & school engagement, interpersonal & mass communication, general wellness for prevention professionals, and more!
This year's conference will take place entirely online. Registration opens in June.
Conference dates: October 21st & 22nd, 2021
Conference location: Virtual Conference
Details including breakout sessions, keynote speakers and more will be released Summer 2021.
Conference Audience: Community Coalition Leaders • Prevention Specialists • Substance Abuse & Mental Health Professionals • Parents & Youth • College Students • Educators • Public Health Professionals • Law Enforcement • Researchers • Faith Leaders • And More!
Presenter Application Now Open!
Proposals due: May 23rd, 11:59 PM CST
You do not have to be an expert writer or researcher to submit a proposal. We encourage anybody who has new and exciting ideas to apply.
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