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San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Northern Arizona VA Health Care System, Northern Arizona Regional Behavioral Health Authority (NARBHA) and the Arizona Coalition for Military Families are pleased to invite key stakeholders from tribal, military, government and community organizations to participate in a Community Mental Health Summit focused on strengthening cross-sector collaboration and care for service member, veterans, and their families.
Who should attend?
Representation should be individuals who have an organizational role focused on outreach, community engagement and collaboration and who work to strengthen services provided to the military, veteran and family population internally and externally.
Parking is $10 per day in the San Francisco Street garage (building P96B on the map), just south of the training location. Parking in a government vehicle is free. Please reference this map: http://nau.edu/parking/parkingmap/
From Milton road ..take.. University Drive (next to Target). Left on to San Francisco Street, look for the large parking garage on the left. The entrance is on the north side. The Mental Health Summit is located one block north from the garage in the Hotel and Restaurant Management building.
1:00pm - Registration
1:30pm - Opening Blessing and Posting of Colors
1:45pm - Welcoming Remarks
2:15pm - Veteran Mental Health First Aide Overview
3:10pm - Break
3:20pm - Round Table Discussions
Health & Wellness Resources for Native Veterans in Indian Country
Barriers/Challenges to accessing Veteran Services
Mental Health services in Indian Country: Traditional Healing
Veteran & Family Supports in Indian Country: Employment
4:45pm - Closing Remarks
5:00pm - Retirement of Colors
For Questions Please Contact: Holly Figueroa at email@example.com or (928) 214-2169
NARBHA is the Regional Behavioral Health Authority for Apache, Coconino, Mohave, Navajo, and Yavapai counties. Funds for services are provided through a contract with the Arizona Department of Health Services/Division of Behavioral Health Services and AHCCCS.
When & Where
Training Coordinator at NARBHA