April 14-16, 2020

Our Mission Continues

For 9 years, the Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit has been bringing communities together to foster connections, solutions, and hope. This is why we must meet and engage virtually. Now more than ever, our mission must continue.

In lieu of an in-person event this year, we are excited to announce that the Rx Summit will take place as a virtual experience – full of video content, live streaming with Q&A sessions – during the originally scheduled dates of April 14-16. Your registration will be automatically transferred to the Virtual Conference.

What to expect:

  • 3 days of LIVE education.
  • 70+ live accredited breakout sessions with Q&A across 12 tracks.
  • 150+ Speakers.
  • Featured sessions from New York Times best-selling authors, Beth Macy and John Temple, to name a few.
  • Earn 15 CME/CE.
  • 12 months of complimentary access to all live sessions and additional recorded sessions after the event.
  • Interact with product and service providers addressing the opioid crisis.

While we won’t be able to see you in person, we’re still committed to this work and delivering the very best education possible. We’ll be active on social media every day, bringing the Rx Summit community together to foster connections, solutions, and hope.


In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic that is currently compounding the opioid epidemic, we remain committed to fulfilling the Rx Summit’s mission and vision to disseminate timely, relevant information. Stakeholders, now more than ever, need to discuss best practices in prevention, treatment and law enforcement. Your participation in the Rx Summit is appreciated.

Nancy Hale

CEO, Operation UNITE

The Rx Summit presents actionable, relevant information for addressing the country’s opioid crisis—an epidemic that will undoubtedly be complicated by Coronavirus. Although I can’t ‘elbow bump’ you this year, join me online for the fellowship and educational experience that makes the Rx Summit so very special.

Doug Edwards

Director, Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Learning Network