Mental Health and the Affordable Care Act - A CPAT Complimentary Luncheon Seminar
Wednesday, May 29, 2013 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Mental health is one of the most important, but often overlooked, aspects of overall health. The issues impact all of us – individuals, families or entire communities. Whether it is depression, anxiety, bipolar, schizophrenia or substance abuse, we must work to improve access to vital mental health care services. Only through education, and partnership with health care systems, community-based organizations and faith-based groups, can we increase the number of people who believe that they can take action to maintain and protect their mental health.
During this informative luncheon, participants will learn:
- The current state of mental health in California.
- The challenges communities face when trying to access mental health care services.
- The implementation of the Affordable Care Act and what parity, mental health and substance abuse treatments will be included.
- How organizations like yours can help enroll people in plans offered through Covered California and ensure high levels of health care utilization.
Scott Suckow, Vice President of Community Partnerships for Mental Health Systems
Norma Forbes, Executive Director for Fresno Healthy Community Access Partners
Kevin Hamilton, Deputy Chief of Programs, Clinica Sierra Vista
Date and Location:
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
University Square Hotel – Waldorf Grand Ballroom
4961 N. Cedar Ave
Fresno, CA 93726
Complimentary parking available on-site.
When & Where
California Partnership for Access to Treatment (CPAT)
The California Partnership for Access to Treatment (CPAT) is a diverse network of advocacy organizations, community groups, health care providers and employers, committed to ensuring a healthy and productive California.
CPAT serves as a communications, education and resource network to keep its partners and the communities they serve informed about critical issues involving access to treatment in California.