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4Landmark Recovery of Louisvillewww.landmarkrecovery.com
5Mattress Firmwww.mattressfirm.com/commercialsales
6Addiction Campuseswww.addictioncampuses.com
7Onsite Workshopswww.onsiteworkshops.com
8MAADACmaadac-ma.org
9Orchid/Palm Healthcarehttp://www.orchidrecoverycenter.com/
10English Mountain Recoverywww.emrecovery.org
11Ashley Addiction Treatmentwww.ashleytreatment.org
12Safe Harbor Treatment Centerwww.safeharborhouse.com
13Foundation Housewww.foundationhouse.com
14Alta MiraAltamirarecovery.com
15Capstone Treatment Centerhttp://www.capstonetreatmentcenter.com
16Ammon Analytical Laboratorywww.ammonlabs.com
17Recovery Centers of Americarecoverycentersofamerica.com
18WestBridge Community Serviceswww.westbridge.org
19Newport Academywww.newportacademy.com
20Cirque Lodgewww.cirquelodge.com
21Delphi Behavioral Health GroupDelphihealthgroup.com
22Mountainsidewww.mountainside.com
23The Process Recovery Centerhttps://www.theprocessrecoverycenter.com/
24Gate House Treatmentwww.gatehousetreatment.com
25Gosnoldgosnold.org
26Sierra TusconSierraTucson.com
27Granite Recovery Centerswww.graniterecoverycenters.com
29Prevention Research Institutewww.primeforlife.org
30MedPro Billingwww.medprobill.com
31Kipu Systemswww.KipuEMR.com
32AA
33New England Regional NAnerna.org
34Incredible Marketingwww.incrediblemarketing.com
35American Addiction Centerswww.americanaddictioncenters.org
36AdCare Hospitalwww.adcare.com
37Rosewood Centers for Eating Disordershttps://www.rosewoodranch.com/
38Our Solutions Recovery Centerwww.oursolutionsrecovery.com
39McLean Hospitalwww.mcleanhospital.org
40High Point Treatment Center, Inc.www.hptc.org
41Cottonwood Tucsonwww.cottonwoodtucson.com
42Aspenti Healthwww.aspenti.com
43The Menninger Clinichttp://www.menningerclinic.com/
44Valley Vistawww.vvista.net
45Banyan Treatment Centerwww.banyantreatmentcenter.com
46Alere Toxicologyhttp://aleretoxicology.com/
47Willow Placewww.willowplaceforwomen.com
48Destin Recovery Addiction Treatment Centerdestinrecovery.com
49All Care Wellness Institutewww.AllCareHomecarema.com
50Precision Diagnosticsprecisiondxlab.com
51AlkermesWWW.alkermes.com
52Silver Ridgewww.silverridgerecovery.com
53ALANON
54Spring Lake Ranchwww.springlakeranch.org
55Soberlinkhttps://www.soberlink.com/alcohol-addiction-treatment/
56CeltiCare HealthCeltiCareHealthPlan.com
57Chooper's Guidewww.choopersguide.com
58Burning Treehttp://www.burningtree.com/
59Turnbridgewww.tpaddictiontreatment.com
60Gaudenziawww.Gaudenzia.org
61Crossroadswww.crossroadsme.org
62Bournewood Health Systemshttps://www.bournewood.com/
63Sunspire Healthsunspirehealth.com
64The Joint Commissionwww.jointcommission.org/bhc
65Geisinger Marworthwww.marworth.org
66Indiviorindivior.com
67Allevahttps://www.allevasoft.com/
68Lakeview Healthwww.lakeviewhealth.com
69Right Turn - A Creative Place for RecoveryWWW.RIGHT-TURN.ORG
70PRIDE Institutehttp://pride-institute.com/
71Oregon Trail Recovery LLCwww.oregontrailrecovery.com
72Summit Behavioral Healthsummitbehavioralhealth.com
73Cumberland HeightsCumberlandheights.org
74Phoenix House New EnglandPhoenixHouse.org
75Cambridge Eating Disorder Centerhttp://www.eatingdisordercenter.org/
76Red Oak Recoverywww.redoakrecovery.com
77Spectrum Health Systems, Inc. & New England Recovery Centerwww.spectrumhealthsystems.org
78Enlightened Solutionsenlightenedsolutions.com
79Recovery at Wildwood Farmwww.recoveryatwildwoodfarm.com
80Brattleboro Retreatwww.brattlebororetreat.org
81Recovery Unpluggedwww.recoveryunplugged.com
82Safety Net Recoveryhttps://www.safetynetrecovery.com/
83BlueSky Behavioral Healthhttp://blueskyrecovery.com/
84BRC Recoverywww.BRCRecovery.com
85Recovering Championswww.recoveringchampions.com
86Elements Behavioral Healthhttps://www.elementsbehavioralhealth.com/
87Sovereign Health Groupwww.sovhealth.com
88Haley Housewww.haleyhousewomen.org
89Alina Lodgewww.alinalodge.org
90Foundations Recovery Networkhttps://www.foundationsrecoverynetwork.com/
91Caron Treatment Centerswww.caron.org
92Timberline Knollshttp://www.timberlineknolls.com/
93Seabrook Housewww.seabrook.org
94Northeast Addictions Treatment Centerwww.neaddictions.com
95Infinity Behavioral Health Serviceshttp://infinitybehavioral.com/
96Origins Behavioral HealthCarewww.originsrecovery.com
97Association of Recovery in Higher Education (ARHE)www.collegiaterecovery.org
98Clean Adventurescleanadventures.com
99Retreat Premier Addiction Treatment Centerswww.RetreatAddictionCenters.com
100Clear Brookwww.clearbrookinc.com
101Little Creek Lodgelittlecreekrecovery.org
102BestNoteshttp://www.bestnotes.com/
103Aware Recovery Care In Home Addiction Treatmenthttps://www.awarerecoverycare.com
104American Academy of Addiction Psychiatryhttps://www.aaap.org/
105American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)https://www.asam.org/asam-home-page
106Cape Cod PATH (People Against Trafficking Humans)www.capecodpath.org
107IAFAP International Association of Family Addiction Professionalswww.iafap.net
108New England Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC)http://www.attcnetwork.org/newengland
109Norix Group, Inc.
110BlueCrest Recovery Centerwww.bluecrestrc.com
111The Lake Shore Retreatwww.lakeshorewakefield.com
112Washburn Housewww.washburnhouse.com
113The Refuge A Healing PlaceWww.therefuge-aheakingplace.com
114Tree House Recoveryhttp://treehouserecovery.com/
115C4 Career Connectionshttp://www.c4recoverysolutions.org/careerconnections
116The Ohio Housewww.ohio-house.com
117Smart Approaches to Marijuana (SAM)http://learnaboutsam.org
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  • This event was one of the most informative learning experiences I've ever had in my 28 years of work!


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