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2017 Conference Hotel and Registration
|Regular (until June 9, 2017)|
|Attendee Type||Affiliates||General Public|
|Partial Conference (1-Day)||$250||$300|
|An Evening With Glennon Doyle Melton (included with Full Conference)||$35||$35|
|A Conversation With Michelle Williams (included with Full Conference)||$25||$25
|Breakfast With Senator Tim Kaine (included with Full Conference)||$50||$50|
Questions about registration? Contact Sachin Doshi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Limited scholarships are available for mental health consumers for this year's conference. In order to apply, you must meet all eligibility requirements and fill out and submit the application in its entirety by COB Monday, May 29th. Please download the application here. Applications will only be recieved via email submissions sent to Laqwanda Roberts-Buckley at email@example.com.
18.75 contact hours are available! Hours are approved by National Association of Social Workers -- Virginia Chapter. Please contact your state's licensing board directly if you are unsure if these hours will count toward your continuing education.
Located in the heart of downtown Washington, D.C., The Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill is offering an exclusive discount of $249 for conference attendees. To take advantage of these special prices, click the hotel link on the conference registration confirmation page, or book your rooms through the room block website. You may also reserve a room by calling the hotel directly at (202) 737-1234.
Hurry, these special rates end May 22!
A Conversation With Michelle Williams
An Evening With Glennon Doyle Melton
#1 New York Times best-selling author, award winning blogger, and public speaker Glennon Doyle Melton will share on her personal struggles with mental health and addiction, her challenges along the road to recovery, and how she is using her public platform to influence the conversation. This evening event is ticketed at $35 and is a part of MHA's 2017 Annual Conference: Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll.
Join Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter, Broadway actress, inspirational speaker, and entrepreneur Michelle Williams as she shares on her personal struggles with depression, her challenges along the road to recovery, and how she is using her public platform and talent to influence the conversation. This afternoon event is ticketed at $25 and is a part of MHA's 2017 Annual Conference: Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll.