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The Washington State Mental Health Summit is an inclusive forum for stakeholders around the state to develop, share, and advance new and promising ideas, opportunities and collaborations that will advance effective education, prevention, and care for Washingtonians living with mental health and addiction problems. The event is open to any mental health stakeholder interested in participating in the improvement of mental health care in Washington State.
Planning has begun on the next Washington State Mental Health Summit event. The date for the next event is Thursday, October 28th, 2021 to he hosted, once again at the University of Washington HUB Grand Ballroom, in cooperation with the Harborview Behavioral Health Institute. This year, it is planned as a hybrid in-person/virtual event. Registration for both options will begin sometime in early August. Be sure to be on the Summit mailing list so you can receive updates on registration and other event info.
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The most recent Washington State Mental Health Summit
was held on October 29, 2019 in the Husky Union Building (HUB), UW Seattle campus
where 600+ stakeholders converged to enlist in the participation of presented initiatives. As a result, work is happening all over the state of Washington on the initiatives presented on that day. A robust report-out will be provided at the next summit with exciting updates on that work.
VIEW A RECORDING OF THE NOVEMBER 2020 REPORT-OUT OF CURRENT INITIATIVES:
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