2018 NAMI Utah Conference
Building a Solid Foundation for Life
The 2018 NAMI Utah State Conference is scheduled for Wednesday, October 24, 2018, at the Salt Lake Community College Miller Campus in Sandy, Utah. More than 300 individuals attended last year to learn more about the latest research, advocacy and suicide prevention. Dr. Brian C. Miller will be the keynote speaker.
Instructions for registration:
The registration form and the scholarship application form are in pdf format. Either print the applicable form(s) and fill it/them out by hand or you can fill it/them out using Adobe Acrobat® and then print the completed form(s). Please send the form(s) to NAMI Utah, Attn: Sue Weaver, 1600 W 2200 S STE 202, West Valley City, UT 84119, or you scan and email the completed form(s) to email@example.com.
The Registration Form can be found here.
If you would benefit from this educational and exciting conference and cannot meet the full expense of the registration fee, please complete this scholarship application and submit by October 1, 2018.
The Scholarship Application Form can be found here.
CALL FOR BREAK-OUT SESSION SPEAKERS (apply here)
2018 TRACKS (4)
Lived Experiences Panel Discussions (looking for panel participants and facilitators)
- Peer Panel
- Working with a Mental Illness Panel
- Family Members Panel
- Fighting Stigma Panel
- Making the most of being a senior (Pat Wilson)
- Nurtured Heart (Wendy Mair)
- Expressive Therapies
- University of Utah Research, Jon-Kar Zubieta, MD PhD
- Integrated Care
- Update on NIMH/NIH Research
- Access to Treatments (tentative)
- Community in Recovery (Teresa Molina, LBHS)
- Medicaid Expansion/ Healthcare
2018 Conference Sponsored By:
Higlights from the 2017 Conference:
- Critical Concepts of Mental Health and Tobacco Use
- The 2017 Utah SHARP Survey
- Client Voice in the Therapeutic Relationship
- Stories for Emotion Regulation Work for All Ages
Presentation Slides for the NAMI Track:
Presentation Slides for the Active Interventions and Advocacy Track:
- Reasonable Accommodations - Everything You Need to Know Supporting Document: Requesting a Reasonable Accommodations Fact Sheet
- Where Do We Go From Here: Understanding the Current Shifting Policy Environment and Advocating for Better Health Care
- Micronutrients Save Lives, Sugar Kills
Thank you to our Past Sponsors!
For more information contact Sue Weaver, Development and Marketing Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801.869.2883.
The information available through the NAMI Utah Conference and on NAMIUT.org website is presented in summary form as a supplement to, and NOT a substitute for, the knowledge, skill, and judgment of qualified psychiatrists, psychologists, physicians and health care professionals. This information has been obtained from sources believed to be accurate and reliable. However, NAMI Utah makes no warranty as to the accuracy, reliability or completeness of this information. Should you have any health, medical or disability questions or concerns, please consult a physician or other health care professional. This information is neither complete nor exhaustive and does not cover all disabilities, diseases, illnesses and physical conditions or their management or treatment.