MATCP 23rd Annual Conference
One Team: One Goal
April 21-23, 2021

Conference Welcome

Matt Wilson - President

Please allow me to welcome everyone to the 2021 MATCP Annual Conference.  We missed you all last year and have a great line-up for this year.  Our planning committee along with Stacey and Julie have worked hard to ensure that while we may not be in person, we will still provide you with some of the top speakers and information in the treatment community.
This year we want to help your teams as you all work together to achieve the goal of helping people to find success in recovery.  As a prosecuting attorney I rely heavily on the help and input of law enforcement, community members, counselors, and many others as I strive to make the necessary decisions in my daily work.  The value of teamwork in treatment courts cannot be overstated.  It takes all of us to make the positive change in the lives of our clients as they strive to engage in a life of success and sobriety.
We wish we could all be in Branson together visiting with each other, eating together and enjoying the sights and sounds of the Landing.  While that will have to wait until next year, we know that you will still enjoy this year’s conference and I am confident that each of you will be able to walk away from this conference with new information and ideas that you can use to strengthen your teams’ efforts for the upcoming year.  We are grateful for your attendance and efforts.  Keep it up and have a great 2021!

Matt Wilson
Adair County Prosecuting Attorney
President MATCP Board of Directors

Conference Agenda

Conference Registration Information

No refunds will be given after March 21, 2021.

Nominations are now open for the next class of the Missouri Association of Treatment Courts Board members.  Board members are elected by the MATCP membership and serves for six years and the upcoming term begins Spring 2021. 
Preference will be given to individuals who:

  • Clearly demonstrate a commitment to the treatment court movement (includes adult and juvenile drug court, DWI court, veterans treatment court, family treatment court, mental health court, reentry court, co-occurring disorders court, etc.)

Nominees are required to be an MATCP member and self-nominations are permitted.
Nominees are reviewed by the Nominations Committee, approved by the full board and then confirmed by members during the MATCP Annual Training Conference.
Forms must be received by February 14, 2021 in order to be considered.  If you have any questions, please contact Stacey Langendoerfer at or 573-356-5072. 

All applications are due by February 14, 2021.

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