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Since 2012, a variety of stakeholders across Indiana have been working collaboratively to build the state's capacity for integrated care. Integrated care refers to the management and delivery of behavioral and physical health services so that clients receive a continuum of preventive and curative services. The process involves the breaking down of silos between behavioral and primary care systems to best meet each patient's unique needs. By working together, primary care and behavioral health professionals can treat the whole person and ensure better health outcomes for their patients.
In order to share innovations, concepts, and outcomes of integrated care in Indiana, the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction, the Department of Family Resources, Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana, and the Indiana Primary Care and Behavioral Health Integration Initiative are hosting the first annual Indiana Primary Care and Behavioral Health Integration Conference on December 7, 2018 and invite you to attend. Learn more about what integrated care can mean for you, your organization, and most importantly, your patients.
Registration is $50/person. Tickets include cost of registration, breakfast, lunch, and 5.0 CEU hours.
Mental Health America workshops are approved for LSWs, LCSWs, LMFTs, LMHCs, LACs, LCACs, and Psychologists. The Indiana Professional Licensing Agency through the Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing Board has approved Mental Health America to provide Category One Continuing Education Hours.