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Mental Health America 2019 Annual Conference
Each year, MHA's Annual Conference brings together affiliates, consumers, providers, family members and advocates from across the country to talk about important and emerging mental health issues. MHA's 2019 Annual Conference Dueling Diagnoses: Mental Health and Chronic Conditions in Children and Adults will focus on understanding underlying factors that lead to both physical and mental health concerns in children and adults; recognizing and distinguishing the symptoms and characteristics of the mental health conditions that may be present in people with physical, intellectual, and cognitive conditions and limitations; and developing and identifying strategies that can be used by individuals, advocates, and providers across conditions to work on behalf of the whole person and move everyone along pathways to recovery, as we define those.
Premium sponsorship opportunities of our Dueling Diganoses conference are designed with you in mind. We know you are leaders in your field. We know you want to engage with as many attendees as possible and we know you are committed towards a mentally healthier America. That’s why MHA premium sponsorship opportunities come with the ultimate benefits. Score free registrations for you and your guests while getting preferred seats to the most anticipated and highly attended event of the conference and see your organization’s logo on the main stage at the Clifford W. Beers Award Dinner. Have we mentioned that MHA has over half a million social media followers? Sponsorship gives you access to targeted social media promotions.
Whether it’s a premium level sponsorship or a networking session, we’ll work with you to engage with our passionate and creative attendees. There is no shortage of conferences these days. But our goal is simple – to continue to make MHA’s Annual Conference not only the one everyone has to attend, but also the one conference they want to attend.
Questions about the Annual Conference?
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