Please join Kelly Reed and the Huther Doyle team and more than 300 Health and Human Service Providers for a cost-effective professional development event.
8th Annual Health & Human Service Conference & Recovery Institute
March 27 & 28, 2018
Rochester Riverside Hotel, Rochester, NY
“Developing Competence – Facilitating Change"
The conference is designed as a two-day experience. The first day has been developed with a focus on accelerating clinical skills and understandings. The three focus tracks include The Opiate Emergency, Personal Trauma and Systems Transformation. An array of speakers will facilitate interesting discussions around the various presentations. The second day will provide a broader array of workshops concerned with human service practice and conditions and will promote discussions about key issues such as poverty, wellness, housing and Self-Sufficiency. Tracks in day two include Best Practice Models, Care Management and Service Coordination, Strong and Healthy Communities, Youth and Young Adult Issues, and Poverty and Self-Sufficiency. We encourage everyone to participate both days; however, you may choose one or the other if you wish. Continuing education credits for Licensed Mental Health Counselors and CASAC credit hours. Special Lunch Recognition on March 28th Celebrating Retiring Champions of Poverty -James Norman, Jean Carroll and Donna Ecker.
Registration Link:Click here to register for the 2018 HHSC & Recovery Institute
Important Items and dates to rememember We encourage you to register today as the Early Bird Registration Rate deadline is Saturday, March 10, 2018.
The Regular Registration Rate deadline is Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Large organizations should assign a designated person to coordinate the registrations for your organization to ensure that proper discounts are applied.
Questions and Information please contact: Sara Taylor at (585) 654-9083 / firstname.lastname@example.org Craig Johnson at (585) 325-5100 / email@example.com