The 2020 Douglas County Behavioral Health Prevention Summit is going virtual!
July 27th – August 7th
Join us virtually each weekday from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm for the Douglas County Behavioral Health Prevention Summit to increase your knowledge of behavioral health prevention and engage in the process of improving your community.
This summit is a virtual interactive event that will include presentations on a variety of relevant behavioral health topics. The Douglas County Behavioral Health Prevention Summit is designed to guide participants through practical strategies while pursuing a plan for behavioral health prevention in their communities. Specific topics of focus will include opioid, marijuana, suicide, and vaping prevention, as well as mental health promotion and supporting youth and families, post COVID-19 pandemic.
Who should attend:
- Healthcare providers
- Social workers
- Public health advocates
- Prevention professionals
- Behavioral Health professionals
- School staff, teachers, and professors
- First responders
- Community members and parents
- Anyone with an interest in learning more about behavioral health prevention
Continuing education credits may be available for the following: physicians, nurses, social workers, EMS, educators, and law enforcement. A general continuing education certificate of attendance will be provided to all participants.
Click here to view information from the 2019 Douglas County Behavioral Health Prevention Summit.
This event is funded by Douglas County, Kansas