NJAMHAA Opens Registration for
2021 Fall Conference,
No Going Back: Moving Forward in a New Paradigm

July 20, 2021

NJAMHAA is pleased to announce that registration for its 2021 Fall Conference, No Going Back: Moving Forward in a New Paradigm, is now open. The event will feature keynote speaker Susan Dreyfus, BA, of Susan Dreyfus Consulting. She will reflect on pre-pandemic and post-pandemic national trends and issues, and present on the eight accelerants she has seen across the country in highly differentiated and influential social sector behavioral health and social services organizations. Dreyfus will also share a future strategy as the field and NJAMHAA embark on the next chapter to ensure excellence, influence, growth and sustainability.
The conference will also feature a plenary from Valerie Mielke, MSW, Assistant Commissioner of the Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services. She will discuss the direction mental health and substance use treatment will take in New Jersey, including what may be expected of the 1115 waiver and how the state will be implementing a 9-8-8 Crisis Response System that is required by federal law by July 2022.

Click here to view registration details and here to register.

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