Indian Health Service The Federal Health Program for American Indians and Alaska Natives
2010 National Behavioral Health Conference
The Indian Health Service and Bureau of Indian Affairs have joined together this year to present the first joint 2010 IHS/BIA National Behavioral Health Conference. This event demonstrates the commitment and renewed energy of both agencies to work in partnership to actively address behavioral health disparities in Indian Country.
The 2010 IHS/BIA National Behavioral Health Conference will offer participants capacity-building opportunities by providing:
- Expert knowledge sharing;
- Information on behavioral health models through adult learning; and
- Opportunities for professional collaboration and networking.
Important topics affecting Indian Country will be covered, highlighted in five distinct programmatic tracks.
- Substance Abuse
- Mental Health
- Child, Family, and Community Wellness
- General Interest Topics
Tribal leaders, doctors, nurses, behavioral health providers, substance abuse program providers, psychologists, social workers, therapists, counselors, social workers, traditional service providers, health program administrators, community health representatives, youth, elders, and other concerned community members are highly encouraged to attend.
- No Registration fee
- Self-care Roundtable sessions
- Continuing education units (CEUs) and Continuing medical education (CME)
- Nationally recognized speakers, enriching learning labs, and cutting edge research
- Opportunities for networking, collaboration, and partnership
- Exhibitors and vendors
- Cultural activity and awards ceremony
Join us for an informative and unique conference experience.
Questions for this event may be directed to Deborah Black.