National Rural Institute on Alcohol, Drugs and Addictions: June 9-13, 2024

The annual Conference and Meeting of NRADAN, Inc
Training for Addiction Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery Professionals

Institute Registration

The 2024 annual Institute "The Rural" is being planned as a hybrid event. We will be hosted at our regular location at the University of Wisconsin-Stout in Menomonie, Wisconsin. Real-time and on-demand virtual options will be available to accommodate those who may still be impacted by COVID-19 during summer 2023. Attendees at The Rural can earn 2.4 CEUs by attending the in-person event and will be able to earn up to 120 CEUs by watching recorded content on demand. 

2024 registration information will be available soon!

Coming soon!

2023 Institute Sponsorships and Donors:

Become an Exhibitor

Information about registering to Exhibit at the Institute.

Apply to Exhibit

Become a Donor or Sponsor

Information about how to donate to NRADAN or to sponsor the annual Institute.

Donate or Sponsor

Harold E. Hughes Awards of Excellence

Nominations Form Due: March 1, 2023

Nominate for an Award

2023 Schedule Information

Overall event schedule layout.

Schedule Information

2023 Session Details

Find expanded details about the sessions available at the Institute


Scholarship Information

Scholarships are now being awarded on a rolling basis

Scholarship Information

Travel and Lodging 

Information for those traveling to Menomonie and details about where to stay while you are here.

Travel Details

Registration and Policies

More detailed information about registration and policies for the 2023 Institute.

Registration Details

Become a Presenter

Information and details for those interested in becoming a presenter.

Submit a Presentation Proposal

NRADAN, Inc. is now a NAADAC Approved Education Provider

What does this mean for you and attending the National Rural Institute?

Institute participants, regardless of whether in-person, virtual, or watching on-demand, are assured that CE Credits will be accepted by toward national credentialing by the NAADAC Certification Committee for Addiction Professionals (NCC AP).