The DDN Conference 2022

The Drink and Drugs News National Conference will be held on 23 June 2022 in Birmingham. 

The event will bring people with lived experience, patient groups, treatment providers, members of the recovery community and policy makers together to strive to provide better, fairer treatment for all. 

The conference regularly attracts in excess of 500 delegates from across the UK. Like the magazine, the conference creates an open forum for debate. 

The large exhibition area gives scope for a vibrant networking forum that comprises a wide variety of stalls and information booths, surveys and academic research opportunities, meetings, therapies, sports taster events and a film festival.

See reports from previous events here

If you have booked a place, exhibition stand or group of delegates venue details,  information for exhibition stands and the form for adding delegate names is here.

The programme

23 June 10am – 4pm

Policy presentations

Interactive sessions

Practical workshops

Learning opportunities

and much more….

Full details coming soon.

BOOKING INFO

This is the must attend event of the year for services, local groups and individuals. 

Individual delegate places are £75 for volunteers and people with lived experience or £135 for professionals. Price includes refreshments and the famous DDN Birmingham curry! Individual tickets can be booked here.

The DDN event is best experienced as part of a group and we can offer reduced rates for group bookings from local peer-led organisations. Please contact ian@cjwellings.com 07711 950 300 for details.

If you have booked a place, exhibition stand or group of delegates venue details,  information for exhibition stands and the form for adding delegate names is here.

Please use the button below to book individual tickets for the event. For group booking please contact ian@cjwellings.com 07711 950 300

Volunteers/people with lived experience £75

Professional places £135

all prices are plus vat

The DDN Exhibition

Be part of the vibrant exhibition area, showcase the services you provide, network with treatment providers, policy makers and people who use services and support this unique event.

Contact ian@cjwellings.com 07711 950 300 to find out how

DDN Conference exhibition area

At a glance

  • Where? New Bingley Hall, Birmingham, B18 5PP. There is ample free parking and the venue is a short cab or bus ride away from Birmingham train stations.
  • When? 23 June, 2022 10am – 4pm (registration from 9am)
  • Who should come? People with lived experience, recovery groups, treatment providers, policymakers, commissioners, activists, suppliers. Everyone who is passionate about providing better, fairer treatment for all.
  • What’s on? This is a chance to meet services, and community groups and share innovation and best practice. There will be a full programme of presentations, interactive sessions and learning activities as well as a large exhibition and networking area. Full programme coming soon.
  • How much? DDN is a free magazine and self-funds both the publication and the event. We make the ticket price as affordable as possible, and also offer free stands for groups attending. Individual delegate tickets are priced at £75 – £135 and are on sale here. Please contact ian@cjwellings.com to find out more about exhibitor and group bookings.
  • Funding Most delegates are funded by their local service or attend as part of a group. In the first instance please contact your service provider to see if they will fund your place or if you can be part of their group. Dependent on sponsorship DDN might have some bursary places available, please get in touch if you are struggling to pay to attend.
  • Exhibitor information The event is the perfect place to showcase your product, services, or demonstrate what is happening in your area. Please get in touch to find out more.

Contact ian@cjwellings.com 07711 950 300 for more details. 

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