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Featured General Speakers

Workshops and Presentations

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For Exhibitors and Sponsors


The California Council of Community Behavioral Health Agencies (CBHA) is pleased to invite you to our inaugural Behavioral Health Conference (BHCalCon™)! BHCalCon™ is CBHA’s new statewide behavioral health conference open to the general public.

Historically, CBHA has held policy forums open only to our members. Our forums have always featured top California behavioral health leaders that engage with the attendees and share policy-rich information that is critical to the success of behavioral health agencies. We are excited to expand the audience, increase collaboration in the community, and widen our network of support which is why BHCalCon™ will open registration to nonmembers. 

BHCalCon™ is CBHA’s first statewide behavioral health conference in California that will cover all aspects of behavioral health within our healthcare system and designed for staff members, practitioners, administrators and management who work in the behavioral health arena. Specifically, individuals who work in the areas of child welfare, probation, education, health care, clinicians in private practice, and insurance. Our goal is to provide a wide range of learning opportunities that cover the continuum of best practices in children’s mental health; adults/older adults mental health; substance use disorders; finance and billing; quality improvement/quality assurance; intercultural effectiveness; and business practices that support sustainability. 

We encourage you to take this opportunity to engage with behavioral health agencies, counties, treatment providers and peers. Join us!  

BHCalCon™
CBHA Behavioral Health Conference
Crowne Plaza Redondo Beach & Marina
October 2-3, 2019

Group Registration Discount
Register three attendees from the same organization for the full conference and receive a discount for any registrants after the third registration. (
After you register three attendees at full price, any attendee after the third registrant will get $50 off their registration fee). Registrations will be verified before discount code will be released. Please email [email protected] with subject line “Member Group Discount” for the code. Discount codes have restrictions.

REGISTER TODAY!

 

Thank you to our following Sponsors who help make this conference possible!


Presenting Level
 

Platinum Level

Welcome Reception
 
Sponsor

Tote Co-Sponsor



 


Thank you to our following Exhibitors who help make this conference possible!

Business Associate Exhibitors

 
 
 
 
   
General Exhibitors  

 


BHCalCon Policies

Cancellations
Requests for refunds due to cancellation must be received in writing. Cancellation request can be emailed to [email protected]. A service fee of $100 will be deducted from all refunds of cancellation requests received prior to September 16, 2019. Registrants who do not cancel prior to September 16, 2019 and do not attend will be responsible for the full registration fee.

Substitution
Paid registrants unable to attend the meeting may send an alternate. Substitution requests must be received in writing. A completed request can be emailed to [email protected]. A service fee of $50 will be charged for each substitution. Substitutions can be made prior to September 20, 2019. Participant or organization will be responsible for the fee.

Need assistance with registration? Contact us at [email protected].


About CBHA

California Council of Community Behavioral Health Agencies (CBHA) is a statewide association of county funded non-profit community agencies dedicated to the proposition that the people of California deserve a rational, comprehensive, community-based behavioral health system that is adequately funded to serve all those in need of services. We are their voice at the Capitol and with state agencies, and work to ensure that state and county programs support integrated services for children, youth, adults and the elderly which includes physical health, behavioral health, housing, social services, education, substance abuse services and vocational rehabilitation.