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VA Behavioral Health Summit
VA Behavioral Health Summit
Fri, September 18, 2020
 
THIS EVENT IS 100% FREE!

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Join us for this annual event where VA, DoD and Community Providers in Puget Sound share information on topics related to Veterans and transitioning service members.


On the left you will find buttons for Speakers, Sponsors, Vendors and of course your Attendee Registration.


On this Overview page you will find more details about the summit including the outline of sessions from 8:00 am to 4:14 pm.


Upon registration you will be asked to select which sessions you will be attending. Each session has a maximum of 300 attendees.



For more information contact:

Carl.Duman@va.gov


Registration: Closed
Event Date
SEP
18
FRIDAY
Registration Closes
SEPTEMBER 17, 2020 @ 5:30 PM
Location

Via Zoom webinar
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intro session | 8:00 am - 10:15 am
Introductions, Welcome and Veteran Panel
Introductions, Welcome and Veteran Panel
3/300 LEFT  

 
 
breakout session 1 | 10:15 am to 11:30 am
County Veteran/Tribal Veteran Programs
County Veteran/Tribal Veteran Programs
253/300 LEFT  
Friday Sep 18, 2020 @  08:00:AM  —  04:00:PM MDT

Local County Veteran Service Officers and Tribal Veteran Service Officers describe

how they can Assist Veterans and how to access

their

Services


      

 
Behavioral Health Service for Tribal Veterans
Behavioral Health Service for Tribal Veterans
245/300 LEFT  

Local Tribal Communities provide Behavioral Health Services in a Culturally Sensitive setting for Tribal Veterans. This session affords you a better understanding of Tribal efforts and resources in assisting Tribal Members (Tribal Veterans). Tribal perspectives and practices in Behavioral Health Care will be showcased.







 
VA|DoD|Community Access to Behavioral Health Care
VA|DoD|Community Access to Behavioral Health Care
106/300 LEFT  


In this Panel Presentation Panelists will provide information and guidance regarding VA/DoD/Community Partner Behavioral Health Services and will educate you regarding access points for Community and Behavioral Health services. Critical Information when it comes to assisting Veterans.


         



 
 
breakout sessions 2 | 12:30 pm-1:30 pm
Addiction Treatment Services
Addiction Treatment Services
204/300 LEFT  

VA Puget Sound is the home of the Substance Abuse Disorder Center for Excellence. VA Puget Sound has a number of treatment modalities.  You will learn about services offered in the Addiction Treatment Program and how to best access


 
Veterans Housing Services
Veterans Housing Services
214/300 LEFT  

The VA and Community Partners offer a wide array of housing options addressing Veteran homelessness. This session will provide an overview of housing options and how these agencies collaborate and coordinate to meet Veterans’ housing needs. Wealth of information presented!







 
Women’s Behavioral Health|Wellness
Women’s Behavioral Health|Wellness
186/300 LEFT  

 

The VA and community partners provide services/clinics designed to meet the unique challenges/issues encountered by Women Veterans. You will be educated regarding these specific services/clinics and how to access them. Vital information in your efforts to support/assist Women Veterans!


   


 
 
breakout sessions 3 | 1:45 pm to 2:45 pm
Non-Profit Veteran Organizations
Non-Profit Veteran Organizations
203/300 LEFT  


Non-Profit Veteran Organizations are unsung heroes when it comes to providing an incredible variety of support/assistance to Service Members, Veterans and their families. In this Panel Presentation you will gain a greater awareness of the efforts of these organizations and how to best access them in your efforts to serve Service Members, Veterans and their families.


     

 
Specialty Care
Specialty Care
242/300 LEFT  

In this Panel Presentation VA staff will provide information regarding specialty Behavioral Health/Wellness Services provided by VA Puget Sound and WDVA. Representatives will provide their contact information and the various methods of accessing their services.


    


 
Suicide Prevention/Wellness
Suicide Prevention/Wellness
160/300 LEFT  

Community, State and Federal Partners discuss Suicide Prevention Resources and how to respond to Suicide Crisis developing effective Suicide Prevention Intervention Strategies and a network of resources that share the goal of suicide prevention.

    






 
 
closing narratives | 2:45 pm - 4:15 pm
Closing Narratives
Closing Narratives
3/300 LEFT  

 
Evaluations & CEUs
Evaluations & CEUs
3/300 LEFT  



 
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