The 13th Annual Indiana Conference on Cultural Competency for Behavioral Healthcare will take place on Monday, June 2nd 2014 at the Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) Campus Center. The Campus Center is located at 420 University Boulevard, Indianapolis, IN.
This year’s conference theme is Eliminating Disparities in Mental Health and is sponsored by the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction, the IU School of Medicine, the Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis, Inc., and the Indiana Minority Mental Health Professional Association. The keynote speaker will be D.J. Ida, Ph.D.. The day will consist of a keynote speaker, a variety of different breakout sessions, and a lunch buffet. Specific breakout sessions will include information on serving Latino populations, Veterans of color, Asian refugees, and formerly incarcerated youth of color. Register today!
Who should attend?
The conference targets healthcare professionals who interact with clients at a primary or secondary level, including, mental health providers, substance abuse providers, nurses, physicians, public health officials, researchers, behavioral health specialists, social workers, health educators, healthcare administrators, and other healthcare staff and professionals. In addition, students, legislators, policy-makers, policy advocates, and others involved in cross-cultural interactions within institutions and communities are also targeted.
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*Attendees may receive six continuing education credits for full-day conference attendance.