Upcoming Conferences

44th Annual Conference Goes Virtual

Aug 31 - Sept 1 |  System of Care Coordination virtual Keynote and Workshop Sessions

Oct 6 - Oct 8 | 44th Annual Conference virtual Keynotes and Workshop Sessions

Featuring National and State Keynote Speakers Dr. Michael Ungar, virtual Exhibitor/Vendor Hall, networking opportunities, morning coffee/yoga, and more than 30 Breakout Sessions!

FULL Draft AGENDA now available!  Download it HERE.


Virtual Conference Sponsor and Exhibitor Opportunities available!

Thank you Platinum Sponsors!

Check out all Sponsorship - Exhibitor - Advertiser Options HERE

(Sponsors and Exhibitors will have opportunity for virtual booths @ all 5 Conference Session days) 


  

May 19-20 | VIRTUAL | Seventh Annual Trauma-Informed Care Summit 

Access SUMMIT Session Materials / Resources HereSession Recordings will be published soon!

Resilience is that quality that allows some people to be knocked down by life and come back at least as strong as before.  Through a partnership with Northeast Ohio Medical University and the Ohio Children’s Alliance, OhioMHAS is pleased to this year’s VIRTUAL TIC Summit May 19 and 20, 2020. The VIRTUAL Summit has been designed to equip participants with the knowledge and tools they need to develop resiliency in all children, youth, adults and older adults with whom they interact. 

  • May 19th Keynote session will be given by Raul Almazar, NASMHPD's Center for Innovation in Behavioral Health Policy and Practice.
  • May 20th Keynote session will be given by Dr. Laurel Kiser, Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Family Informed Trauma Treatment Center. 
  • DAY ONE (May 19th) featured best or promising practices in assessment, treatment, support and collaboration to respond to trauma across systems and, presentations about programs and projects that demonstrate collaboration across systems and that can be replicated in any area of the state are desired.
  • DAY TWO (May 20th) featured promising practices in responding to family and intergenerational trauma, incorporating cultural values and characteristics, and are intentional about practices that embrace shared learning and uplift cultural wellness. 
  • Participants may register for the entire two days or any parts they may be interested in. 

2nd Annual Hope 4 the Wounded Conference ~ POSTPONED for 2020

Please visit Hope 4 the Wounded for individual training and organizational updates.