We are pleased to invite your company to participate as a sponsor and/or exhibitor at the 18th Annual Behavioral Health Informatics Management Conference and Exposition: Meeting the Information Management Needs of Mental Health and Substance Use Programs. The conference will take place May 2nd – May 3rd, 2018, at the Sheraton Carlsbad in Carlsbad, California. We will continue to offer nearly 10 hours of open exhibit hall time during the conference.
The theme of the 2018 CIBHS Evidence-Based Practices Symposium
is “Building Lives Beyond Trauma”. This is a theme that inspires hope that despite significant and complex traumas, living a happy, healthy, meaningful life is possible. This year’s 8th Annual Evidence-Based Practices Symposium focuses on the reality that, with the implementation of practices designed to support the journey beyond trauma and the label of mental illness, there is a full life.
The California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions (CIBHS) is pleased to invite you to submit a proposal for an oral presentation or an E-Poster Session at this year’s Evidence-Based Practices Symposium 2018: Building Lives Beyond Trauma. This year’s symposium will be held at the Holiday Inn Sacramento Downtown Arena, in Sacramento, California on Thursday, April 5th – Friday, April 6th, 2018.
Public behavioral health financing has become increasingly complex in recent years and is constantly evolving, especially in this era of health care reform. The fiscal viability of county behavioral health agencies depends upon the capacity of their fiscal departments to understand and learn how to braid the many funding streams they have to work with in order to achieve the best outcomes. The Fiscal Leadership Institute (FLI) incorporates information about current and emerging federal and state fiscal policy topics that are geared specifically to the training needs of county behavioral health finance managers and staff. The FLI is offered in a conference-style format that includes presentations by Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), interactive dialogue and opportunities for peer learning.
A TRAINING PROGRAM FOR LEADERS OF PUBLIC MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER SYSTEMS “Insuring Excellence While Leading Through Change”
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The Leadership Institute is a leadership development program designed to help good behavioral health leaders become great leaders in the field of public behavioral health care. Over the past 16 years, the Institute has trained close to 500 California leaders. Faculty staff includes national and local experts from a range of leadership disciplines. All have been selected for their knowledge of, and experience in, multiple aspects of leadership, both within and outside of public behavioral health systems. Faculty selection is informed by rigorous evaluations, completed by staff and participants, that rate presenter on content relevance, depth of knowledge, and learning experience.