Register today for the 2024 Peer Recovery Summit!

Registration is now open for the 2024 Peer Recovery Summit! This year’s theme is Peer Faces: Celebrating Resiliency.  

Peer recovery supporters embody resiliency not only in their personal recovery journeys but also in their work to help others. That resiliency deserves to be celebrated, and OhioPRO is excited to recognize the many faces of peers who make impactful changes every day. 

This year’s keynote speakers are Ariel Britt, Patricia Deegan, Ph.Dand Ryan Hampton!

OhioPRO is privileged to have these voices share their expertise with this year’s attendees. Other national and local speakers will lead transformative educational sessions that will provide recovery leaders and peer supporters with new ideas and invigoration to continue to do meaningful work in their communities.

This year’s summit will be on July 29th and 30th at the Hilton Columbus Polaris at 8700 Lyra Dr., Columbus, OH 43240.

Registration for the summit is limited to 550 attendees with a registration fee of $75 per attendee. Attendees will receive participation credits that can be used towards recertification.

Stay tuned for more information on the agenda and check out the summit’s promotional video below!

Sponsor the 2024 Peer Recovery Summit!

OhioPRO is looking for sponsors for the 2024 Peer Recovery Summit!

There are five (5) levels of sponsorship and each level has associated benefits. Visit our 2024 Sponsor Registration Portal to access information about the event, registration levels, and easy payment options. 

If you have any questions or if you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact Michael J. Krause, Executive Director of OhioPRO, at mkrause@ohio-pro.com.

Inheritance Documentary Screening

OhioPRO is excited to announce a free screening of the documentary Inheritance at the 2024 Peer Recovery Summit!

Inheritance explores the underlying causes of the opioid epidemic in America through the life of one boy and five generations of his extended family over 11 years. Curtis, a bright and hopeful 12-year-old, grows up surrounded by love and struggle while every adult in his family – parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins – battle addiction. Curtis’s America is a country where people and communities are struggling with an epidemic of substance use disorder, joblessness, poverty, and a deteriorating sense of belonging.

Following the screening there will be a Q&A and discussion with Producer, Director, and Cinematographer Matt Moyer and film participant Curtis.

You can view the trailer and learn more about the film on their website.