The 2013 Unspoken Wounds: Breaking the Silence Conference is a first-of-its kind comprehensive, educational, networking event designed to create synergy among those who defend, advocate, and care for justice-involved Veterans, active duty service members, and their families.
*To promote a comprehensive System of Care that addresses the treatment, case management, and reintegration needs of veterans and their families.
*To further develop a workforce within the state that has the skills and knowledge needed to provide trauma-informed care and to work collaboratively with local Veterans Courts or other accountability courts to divert veterans away from incarceration and toward the treatment options they need and deserve.
*To help stakeholders across the state understand the correlation between PTSD/trauma and criminal justice involvement and the need to develop programs and resource collaboratives to address this growing public health and safety issue.
Who should attend:
*Counselors, social workers, marriage & family therapists, addiction professionals, community mental health workers, peer specialists, students, physicians, nurses, psychologists, and other healthcare providers
*Behavioral healthcare organization executive leadership and administrators
*Judges & Accountability Court personnel
*Law enforcement & Probation/Parole
*Elected officials & policymakers
*Veterans Affairs personnel & other government agencies
*Non-profits and universities that serve the needs of veterans and their families
*Mental health advocates
*Veterans and their families
presented by Peter McCall
presented by The Honorable Edna Jackson, Jill D. Mays, MS, LPC and Frank Berry
presented by Roy J. Harris and Judge Brenda Weaver
presented by BriGette McCoy and Qwynn Salazar
presented by Mandy Mercer and Qwynn Salazar
2 W Bay St, 31401 - Book your room at conference rate of $119/night + $17/day parking at https://resweb.passkey.com/Resweb.do?mode=welcome_ei_new&eventID=10715652
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Secretary/Volunteer Coordinator, JDTR State Advisory Council
Case Manager, JDTR, Gateway Behavioral Health
Vice-Chair, JDTR State Advisory Council
Program Director, JDTR, Gateway Behavioral Health
State Project Director, JDTR
Chair, JDTR State Advisory Council