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Registration Available for Indian Health Services National Behavioral Health Conference

May 30, 2012

On June 25–28, 2012, the Indian Health Service will sponsor the 2012 National Behavioral Health Conference in Bloomington, MN. This year's theme—"Mobilizing Partnerships to Promote Wellness"—emphasizes the importance of collaboration in working to improve the behavioral health status of American Indian and Alaska Native children and adults.

The conference will feature nationally recognized speakers and workshops on youth, sexual assault, domestic violence, protective factors and resilience, trauma-informed care, promising practices in preventing methamphetamine abuse and suicide, and more.

Registration is free and available online.

Resources:

For more information, visit www.ihs.gov/bhconference/index.cfm.

To register, visit www.cvent.com/events/2012-ihs-behavioral-health-conference/registration-ec0cd115791c4b41908978488b07eafa.aspx.

 

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