BISMARCK — Two key priorities for the North Dakota Health and Human Services agency are behavioral health and strong, stable families. These topics are the cornerstone of an upcoming conference hosted by the agency’s Behavioral Health Services and Child and Family Services divisions Oct. 11-13. Individuals can attend in person at the Holiday Inn Fargo or virtually via an online live stream.
The conference will also include various workshops on topics such as understanding adolescent substance use from a brain and behavioral perspective, evidence-based trauma therapy versus telehealth, managing post-trauma pandemics, the convergence of esports, gaming and betting.
Registration is $175 for the three-day conference and $25 for college students and adoptive parents.
To register online or learn more about the conference, visit inspire2022.vfairs.com. People who register for the event will receive an email with information, including a link to the live stream.
The conference offers the opportunity for professionals to receive 14 continuing education units and three additional ethics-specific CEUs.