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Wednesday, September 10 - 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Everyone is welcome! If you are a resident of King County and are interested in behavioral health, you are invited to this conference! You are eligible to attend if you are a person who participates in mental health and/or substance use disorders treatment, if you are a family member of someone in treatment (including children,) and/or if you work in the behavioral health treatment system.
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Thursday, September 11 - 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Everyone is welcome! If you are a resident of King County and are interested in behavioral health, you are invited to this conference! You are eligible to attend if you are a person who participates in mental health and/or substance use disorders treatment, if you are a family member of someone in treatment (including children,) and/or if you work in the behavioral health treatment system.
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King County is pleased to present this conference on recovery and resiliency. The keynote addresses are by international experts in behavioral health recovery. We will be screening the film, The Anonymous People, as part of the keynote address on Thursday, September 11.  There are 42 workshops and many organizations will have Exhibitor’s tables.  Be sure to check them out to learn more about the amazing resources here in King County. 

Our goal is to present each attendee with information that will enhance their own strengths and resiliencies and to create a wellness culture within the King County behavioral health system. The themes of this conference are wellness, skill building, and employment.

Who should attend:

Consumers: people who experience mental health and/or substance use challenges. This includes adults and youth who participate in services as well as parents of children who receive services in King County.

Behavioral Health Workers: people who work in the behavioral health system.

Visit the King County conference website here.

This event is part of National Recovery Month, sponsored by SAMHSA (the Substance Abuse, Mental Health Services Administration, a federal agency.) Click here for lots more information.

Prevention Works! Treatment is Effective! People Recover!

 

Have questions about 2014 King County Behavioral Health Conference? Contact KCMHCADSD and Seattle Central Community College Human Services Program

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Seattle Central Community College
1701 Broadway
Seattle, WA 98122


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KCMHCADSD and Seattle Central Community College Human Services Program

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Department of Community and Human Services

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