Registration Deadline: November 1, 2018

 

 

 

 

 

This conference provides a unique venue for the exchange of ideas and
information across all sectors working with persons with behavioral
health conditions with regard to:

1 . Financing employment services, Foundational Community Supports
(FCS) Medicaid Transformation, managed care, and pilot projects from
SAMHSA.

2 . Educating the workforce on the evidence-based practice Individual
Placement and Support (IPS) and building a learning collaborative with
a focus of continuous quality improvement.

3 . Expanding FCS services for Washington residents who have the
greatest and most immediate needs.

4 . Cross Systems collaboration: Department of Vocational
Rehabilitation, Community Service Organizations (CSO), Manage Care,
Supportive Housing providers, Workforce Development, and Tribal VR.

5 . Culture change to include employment as a recovery-oriented
outcome and social determent of health.

Individuals living with behavioral health conditions constitute a
hidden workforce; one that is often overlooked. Stigma related to
behavioral health conditions, often prevents individuals from
seeking professional help. The unemployment rate for individuals
with a behavioral health conditions is more than 80 percent. The
intent of this conference is to learn ways to decrease stigma and
increase employment for individuals living with behavioral health
conditions.

Click here for more information and to register today!