5/17 - Mental Health & Criminal Justice Summit (Indianapolis)

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Friday  May 17, 2013 

The theme this year is "Re-Entry."

Our annual Mental Health and Criminal Justice Summit creates significant momentum around positive systems and policy changes by bringing together a diverse set of stakeholder groups from across Indiana. The summit provides in-depth education, new tools, and networking opportunities for professionals and providers who work in the criminal justice field.

Summit participants include judges, law enforcement officers, attorneys, corrections policymakers and front-line staff, parole officers, mental health providers, scholars and educators, nonprofit leaders, advocates, and people living with serious mental illness. The summit is a powerful tool for networking, building bridges between systems, and entering into mutually beneficial collaborations and partnerships. It also leads to the desire for substantial training.

Date: Friday, May 17, 2013
Time (local time): 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Credit hours: pending

Cost:
$65 NAMI Members
$95 Non-members

After May 3, cost increases $20 for all persons registering

Location:
Caribbean Cove Hotel & Conference Center, Indianapolis

Provider: NAMI Indiana
National Alliance on Mental Illness Indiana

Contact information:
Marianne Halbert
(317) 925-9399 or 800-677-6442
mhalbert@namiindiana.org
www.namiindiana.org
 

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