For the safety of our guests, volunteers, and our speakers, the conference committee will limit attendance to 50% of capacity and require all onsite attendees to wear masks. We will also adhere to Dallas County and CDC guidelines for Social Distancing, and observe all sanitation recommendations per CDC guidelines. Reminder for ALL attendees: as we are on a FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE basis for in-person sessions, you will need to register on the TPN. Virtual network to be able to access the sessions online when you get the notification.
The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is comprised of 239 individual cities spanning across 12 counties and home to over 7 million individuals. Our weather, entertainment, and business climate are second to none. This symposium attracts attendees, presenters and sponsors from all over; the vast majority of whom come from the southwestern region of U.S.
The DFW Behavioral Health Symposium is designed to serve a variety of advocates and practitioners focusing on Mental Health and Substance use disorder treatment. This includes clinicians, case managers, administrators, judicial representatives, advocates, educators, researchers, students, families, planners, and others concerned with improving services, supports, and quality of life for our community.
Focusing on the latest practical strategies will help build upon the innovations and strengths of our communities while addressing behavioral health needs throughout the area. Creation and sustainability of services demand that we provide innovative strategies, proven methods, evidence based practices, and collaborative efforts to best meet the needs of our communities.
Join us in 2020 for an unforgettable event. We believe that once you attend the DFW Behavioral Health Symposium it will become an annual tradition. Remember the conference becomes more effective when you participate, consider sponsoring, exhibiting, or submitting a proposal to present on a topic you are passionate about