The Washington State Mental Health Summit (WSMH) brings together clinicians, educators, researchers, policy makers, individuals with lived experience, family members and community partners to present and collaborate on new ideas for improving access to effective behavioral health care. We will celebrate recent accomplishments and present 15 exciting new proposals submitted to the WSMH Summit Advisory Council for discussion, engagement, and partnership. The event is open to any stakeholder interested in working together to improve behavioral health care in Washington State.

Last year, the scope of work presented was truly impressive and we had fantastic community engagement. This year promises to be even more exciting, energizing and hopeful.

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED FOR THE 2019 SUMMIT. JOIN OUR MAILING LIST TO LEARN ABOUT FUTURE EVENTS.

Date: Tuesday, October 29

Time: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Place: Husky Union Building (HUB), UW Seattle campus

Cost: Free, courtesy of Chad's Legacy Project and the generous support of our underwriters*

Agenda: View the current agenda

Speakers: See our current list of presenters and panelists

Highlights:

  • Updates from 2018 initiatives

  • Recognition of our legislative mental health advocates and recent accomplishments

  • Presentation of new ideas and proposals

  • Reflections and feedback from expert panels

  • Opportunities to get involved

  • Exhibitor Hall

  • Q&A from attendees

  • And much more!


Questions? Email mhsummit@uw.edu

*We are looking for additional individuals and organizations to play an important role in changing the landscape of mental health care in Washington State by underwriting the 2019 Summit. As an underwriter, you will help us lead the charge in transforming the way mental health care is provided in our community and beyond. Please contact Todd Crooks at chadslegacyproject@gmail.com to learn more.