Learn, share, network, and help drive systemic change in mental health

Dive in and be part of the solution to the many, often unseen barriers to care in mental health. Sessions address topics like climate change, rural and indigenous communities, structural racism, systemic trauma, and much more.

Dr. Miriam Dephin-Rittmon

Thursday Plenary Session -- Miriam E. Delphin-Rittmon, PhD โ€“ Dr. Delphin-Rittmon is Assistant Secretary for Mental Health and Substance Use for the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services and Administrator of SAMHSA. Her session focuses on how we can increase access to care and how federal funds can support innovative, sustainable services that help vulnerable populations get evidence-based care



Rural and Indigenous Issues in Mental Health

Rural and Indigenous Issues in Mental Health โ€“ Hear contemporary, evidence-based strategies on how to provide culturally informed, high-quality care to rural and indigenous populations



Helping Your Patients Deal With Adverse Effects of Climate Change as a Sociopolitical Determinant

Helping Your Patients Deal With Adverse Effects of Climate Change as a Sociopolitical Determinant โ€“ Learn how to address the impacts of climate change -- which disproportionately impacts minority communities across race and sociopolitical status -- as part of high-quality, person-centered care..

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2021 Meeting Theme

Learn more about this year's theme, Sociopolitical Determinants: Practice, Policy and Implementation

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