2021 MENTAL HEALTH SUMMIT
FOR RACIALLY/ETHNICALLY DIVERSE POPULATIONS
This year’s summit aims to advance equitable mental health outcomes for racially and ethnically diverse populations. It is in partnership with the UNC Charlotte School of Social Work, Department of Counseling, Urban Education Collaborative, Race and Social Equity Academy and Center for Counseling and Psychological Services.
The summit will provide intentional space for interaction between UNC Charlotte students, faculty, staff, local organizations, leaders, legislators, and community members. Over 300 attendees will hear from expert speakers in behavioral health, along with researchers, practitioners, clinicians, health system leaders, and civic leaders. They will also engage in critical conversations about moving forward to achieve equitable outcomes in mental health.
- Health Professionals and Administrators
- Community Faith-based and Faith-based organizations
- City, County, and State Personnel
- Public Health Practitioners
- Local Health Organizations
- Educators and Researchers
- Traditional Health Workers
- Faith Leaders
A half-day virtual summit with expert speakers, interactive breakout sessions, moderated panel discussion, audience Q&A, and an exhibitor hall for attendees to meet and connect with local and statewide organizations.
Date: Friday, September 24, 2021
Time: 9:00am – 1:00pm
Register Early! The first 100 registrants will receive a free copy of the keynote speaker’s book.
|Regular Price Tickets:||$40|
|Student Price Tickets:||$25|
Log on early to network at 8:00 am. The Program begins at 9:00 am or Check-in and Exhibitions begin at 8:00 am