Hosted by the Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute, Engage and Excel is a conference for community leaders, mental health professionals, law enforcement and stakeholders from across Texas who are working to improve their local behavioral health systems. Participants come together to share best practices, inspire collaboration, and learn from each other.
September 20-22, 2017
AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
Hurricane Harvey Update
The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute is waiving registration fees for those who serve or reside in counties affected by Hurricane Harvey that have been declared state or federal disaster areas. See details and register here.
Read the entire letter from MMHPI leadership on our response to Hurricane Harvey and the decision to waive registration fees for those who qualify here. Your presence and participation is essential to creating dialogue that is relevant and responsive to the challenges Texans are currently facing.
Contact email@example.com to request a waiver, or to request a refund if you qualify and have already paid the registration fee. As much as we would like to remove all costs, this offer does not extend to lodging or transportation expenses attendees may incur.
Who should attend?
Anyone involved with, or interested in, creating a better local behavioral health system for their community.
What’s on the agenda?
Wherever you are in Texas or in the process of transforming your community’s behavioral health system, Engage and Excel has something for you!
- Explore how your community can put new Texas legislation to work
- Network with other community leaders who are addressing similar challenges
- Energize and inspire your work with fresh and innovative ideas
- Engage with content experts
- Dialogue with behavioral health funders
- Discover best practices for addressing the needs of your community
Engage and Excel was held for the first time in December 2016. View highlights from the 2016 event.
Comments from last year’s attendees:
“Excellent information surrounding collaborative, coordinated systems of behavioral healthcare to improve lives. The opportunity to network with communities provided insight into effective methods, validated challenges and generated insight.”
“Bringing together silos of solutions for all to share was motivating and very beneficial.”
“Enjoyed the networking and seeing what others are doing at different levels.”