There are a lot of addiction treatment and behavioral health conferences, summits, and other educational events. It's hard to keep track of them all. That's why BHAP keeps an updated calendar of Industry Events. This comprehensive list covers coast to coast, and even some that happen outside of the US. We at BHAP know nothing more than what's listed, but we make sure there's always a link to the main website of the conference for you to go to for more information.
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With COVID-19 requiring social distancing, we cannot verify the status of any of the events currently on our industry calendar. We are trying to update as we can, but please reach out to the organization producing the event (in the event description) to verify the current status.
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Kennedy Forum Annual Meeting
October 6, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pmFree
Today’s society is hindered by an unconscious, implicit bias that fuels discrimination against those living with mental health and substance use disorders. Our words often reflect that bias, perpetuating negative stereotypes. Thus, there is an urgent need for more thoughtful, accurate communications about mental health and addiction that will open minds, connect communities, and empower policymakers. Now, more than ever, we must take steps to understand, nurture, and advance the role of communications in the fight for mental health equity. Normalizing a national conversation is key to lasting change. This year please join The Kennedy Forum as we unite leaders in communications, media, advocacy, and activism to explore best practices and define a clear path forward.
A reminder that this list is based off of our own research, and to always check with the event in question with any questions or concerns.