1305 Kalahari Dr.
Registration is now open! You can register at the following LINK.
Building on the work of 10 community coalitions funded by the Endowment, and with the engagement of key strategic partners, this year’s summit will be focused on advancing lasting systems change in behavioral health in communities, regions, and across the state.
The four system change theme areas that will be addressed at the summit are:
- Increasing School Support of Students’ Social & Emotional Learning Needs
- Increasing Early Identification of Behavioral Health Needs & Provision/Coordination of Services in Schools
- Improving Ability of Individuals & Families to Access Services & Resources
- Improving Employer Support for Employee Behavioral Health Needs
Identified through an extensive discovery process to represent key aspects of a multi-sector and multi-disciplinary approach to behavioral health, attendees will work in small groups with a dedicated facilitator around this issue area for each breakout time period, aiming to identify barriers within the issue, identify solutions, and propose actionable steps forward.
This is not a listen-and-learn conference — it will be a working session designed to move from the current state to more coordinated efforts to transform behavioral health systems in ways that will support students, families, schools, providers, community organizations, and employers. Attendees will register for one of the tracks above and will be sent a pre-event survey to inform work and ideas in that track.
We are optimistic about the progress that can be made and the momentum that can be built at this event. Please register today, and we look forward to seeing you on June 10!
A block of hotel rooms has been reserved at the Kalahari and you may make your reservation here. Please note that you have until May 10 to make your hotel reservation and receive the discounted rate.