Join us for this outstanding community event
on Thursday, Feb. 16 and Friday, Feb. 17, 2012 at the Hilton Austin Hotel
(500 E. 4th St.), featuring two nationally recognized keynotes - Lucille O'Neal and Dr. Umar Abdullah-Johnson (see conference highlights below). Attendees will have access to a long list of presenters and topics on mental health, developmental disabilities, chemical dependency and physical health issues. We'll also be hosting the annual awards presentation for community members who have shown outstanding leadership, encouragement and advocacy.
Consumers and Families
Registration is free for consumers and family members. Peer Support Specialists can apply for Certified Peer Support Specialist CEU's.
If you are attending as a professional representative of your organization, a $99 early bird registration fee is being offered before January 15. Regular registration fee for the conference is $125, and will be applied to those who register after the January 15 deadline. Groups of 10 or more receive a discounted rate of $15 per registrant.
Click here to register.
- Thursday keynotes Joyce James, Associate Deputy Executive Commissioner with the Center for Elimination of Disproportionality and Disparities and Dr. Abdullah-Johnson a national expert on learning disabilities;
- Friday keynote Lucille O'Neal, renowned motivational author and speaker and mother of NBA basketball star Shaquille O'Neal;
- Two days of workshops, seminars and panels including a specialized track for members of the clergy and workshop on human trafficking;
- Continuing Education Units (CEU's) for LMSW, LCDC, LPC, LMFT and Certified Peer Support Specialist have been applied for;
- Easily accessible by several Capital Metro downtown bus routes.
Questions or Comments?
For more information or questions about accommodations, exhibitor and volunteer opportunities, please visit ctaafsc.org
or email Integral Care's Diversity & Community Outreach Manager Erika Canales at email@example.com
.The Conference mission is to strengthen family and individual awareness of available health care services through culturally sensitive education, supports and partnerships.