The CMHACY conference is the most recognized and longest-standing conference in the state of California focused upon the social, emotional and behavioral health of children, youth and their families. Our annual conference is one of the state’s most powerful events for those interested in advocating and promoting the policies, programs, and practices that enhance the well-being of vulnerable children, youth and families.
CMHACY’s past two virtual conferences called out systemic racism head-on at a moment when America was forced to address how institutional racism is pervasive throughout our healthcare and our mental health systems—we were challenged to make and implement REAL change—challenged to check ourselves to see how we make the table bigger, and how we root racism out of the systems in our daily lives.
In an effort to create a more accessible and inclusive learning experience, we are excited to announce that this year’s annual conference will be a HYBRID format. The conference will be held at Asilomar April 27 – April 29, 2022 for you to attend in person, virtually, or a combination of the two. Both virtual and onsite audiences will have opportunities to interact with each other and our presenters in real-time throughout the conference.