The selection process is highly competitive and National Council members receive special consideration. The National Council is particularly interested in proposals that:
- Stimulate and provoke discussion and audience engagement.
- Provide diverse approaches via real-life case studies.
- Reflect innovative, cutting-edge content and are outcome-focused.
- Showcase human-centered design.
- Are replicable and inspire action.
Tracks include evidence-based treatments for addictions, mental illnesses and co-occurring disorders; financing and alternative payment models including CCBHCs, population health and integrated care; juvenile and criminal justice; suicide prevention and post-suicide attempt intervention; prevention, early intervention and crisis services; transformative collaborations and trauma-informed care; recovery supports and peer leadership; and workforce and technology solutions – just to name some.
Learn more and submit a proposal with the National Council.