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We're excited that you've selected to join us for the 14th Annual Peer Support Conference and iNAPS first Virtual Conference. We Count! Uniting the Peer Support Workforce is the theme of this year's conference, which promises to be an exciting and inspiring event. This theme refers to the push to have those working in Peer Support identify themselves on the 2020 Census to show that we do count! Another aspect about We Count is a statement of empowerment. For many of us being heard has been an integral part of our recovery, moving from a recipient of merely receiving services to directing our own care and supporting others.
 
 
Conference Week will be October 13-17, 2020. Plenary and workshop sessions will be on Tuesday, October 13 and Saturday, October 17. Live sessions will be from 9:00am-5:30pm (Pacific Daylight Time). All sessions will be recorded and available to registrants for a time period based on their registration selection. Other activities planned during the week include the Annual Membership Meeting, Affinity Group Networking Times, and a Global Peer Support Day Celebration (October 15).
 
 
Early Bird Registration is Now Open!
(through Tuesday, September 1)

Please read the following instructions carefully before proceeding with registration.

To register for the conference at the discounted Member rate, you must be a current member who has paid membership dues in the last 12 months (or you are a Lifetime member.) If you have any question about standing as a member, please email to membership@inaops.org.

Choose from...

Full Conference

$160 - Click HERE

Tuesday* 

$120 - Click HERE

Saturday*

$120 - Click HERE

     

*Note that Tuesday and Saturday also include access to Wed-Friday

The conference official runs from Tuesday, October 13 - Saturday, October 17. Live plenaries and workshops will be on Tuesday and Saturday. You can register for the full conference above or choose Tuesday or Saturday only.
 

We are actively and intentionally working on making iNAPS a more inclusive and safe space for individuals who have historically been marginalized. All are welcome! As such accessibility is important to us and we will do our very best to meet any accommodation needs. If along the way you feel that we are not honoring these commitments, please let us know ASAP so that we may work on being as accessible as we can. For any concerns or to request an accommodation please email Martha, mbarbone@inaops.org.