2010 Annual Conference: Get Connected—Social Inclusion in Wellness and Recovery
We encourage you to Get Connected to leaders in the mental health movement at Mental Health America's 2010 Annual Conference, June 9-12, in Washington, D.C. This year's theme, Get Connected: Social Inclusion in Wellness and Recovery, will explore the importance of meaningful social roles and connections in maintaining health and achieving recovery.
Learn from distinguished speakers who have forged the way for building inclusive communities through their research, innovative community programs and personal commitment. The agenda for this year's meeting-of-the-minds features some of most captivating speakers in the field including: Kay Redfield Jamison, Ph.D., Larry Fricks, William Anthony, Ph.D., Thomas Nerney, J. David Hawkins, Ph.D., Margarita Alegria, Ph.D., Pete Early and many more.
Each year, the conference draws hundreds of advocates, consumers, educators, researchers, business and community leaders, health professionals and representatives from our network of 300 affiliates from all across the country. This four day event offers a unique opportunity for people in the mental health field to connect with others who are committed to promoting an agenda that will improve health outcomes and drive down the tragically high rates of mental health and substance use conditions in the United States.
To register and find more information about this can't-miss event, visit www.mentalhealthamerica.net/go/conference.