May 22-25 | Anaheim, California

RISE brings together public health and public safety leaders working to expand treatment for people with substance use and mental health disorders involved in the justice system. Join 7,000 of your colleagues for RISE24: four days of learning, growth, collaboration, and rejuvenation in beautiful Anaheim, California, May 22-25.

The full program grid is now available to view and download from the RISE website. Scope out more than 270 sessions, 36 tracks, and start to plan around some very special features highlighted below! The grid will be updated regularly with any changes, so check back in a few weeks to see the latest and greatest.

Here are just a few highlights:

Can’t-Miss General Sessions

We’re bringing your favorite speakers and the foremost experts to the mainstage each day to cover some of the most popular topics and pressing challenges in the treatment court field. You won’t want to miss All Rise Senior Scientific Consultant Dr. Doug Marlowe, treatment expert Dr. David Mee-Lee, All Rise Chief of Training and Research Carolyn Hardin, Treatment Court Institute Director Vanessa Matthews, and toxicology expert Paul Cary. Plus, special treatment court alumni guests!

One Performance Only: A.R. Gurney’s “Love Letters” starring Martin Sheen and Melissa Fitzgerald

Last fall, in honor of Recovery Month, Martin Sheen and All Rise Director of Strategic Engagement Melissa Fitzgerald performed A.R. Gurney’s “Love Letters” to sold-out audiences at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Now, the pair reunites for a not-to-be-missed, one performance only at RISE24 on Wednesday, May 22 at 2:00 p.m.

What’s Next? A “West Wing” Conversation With Mary McCormack and Melissa Fitzgerald

Join “West Wing” actors and co-authors Mary McCormack and Melissa Fitzgerald for a conversation about their upcoming book, What’s Next: A Backstage Pass to The West Wing, Its Cast and Crew, and Its Enduring Legacy of Service. The authors will share behind-the-scenes stories of their time on “The West Wing” and the process of conducting over 100 interviews with the show’s cast, crew, writers, and fans. They’ll explore the deep connection between “The West Wing” and how it inspired many to lives and careers of service, including strong support for treatment courts and All Rise. The authors will also highlight sections of the book about treatment courts, featuring testimonials from alumni.

Registration + Housing

Registration is open! Don’t forget to join or renew your membership to secure your registration discount. Housing also remains open, and more hotels have been added to the All Rise block. Check out your options now!

Exhibitor Booth Sales

Want to show off your program or product at RISE? You still have time to purchase an exhibitor booth, but space is limited, so don’t wait! View the exhibitor prospectus and secure your exhibitor booth space today. In addition, check out the remaining sponsorship opportunities to showcase your brand in front of 7,000 attendees at the world’s premier networking event for the legal and treatment fields.