Friday, June 25 at 1 pm —don’t miss this free
Friday, June 25 at 1 pm —don’t miss this free Lewis County Autism Coalition presentation on Reimagining (Dis)ability within the context of education and beyond.
-- Bill Weismann, Facilitator Lewis County Autism Coalition (503) 422-2502 www.lcautism.org
(Friday) 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Zoom video conference
In-person or Online
10octAll Day11Virtual/ Physical EventWA Co-Occurring Disorders and Treatment Conference - in person in Yakima and virtual Event Organized By: WA Health Care Authority, Department of Corrections, Department of Social and Health Services, Developmental Disabilities Administration Event Type:ConferenceIn-person or Online:Both
2022 COD & TREATMENT CONFERENCE IS HYBRID!COD and Treatment Conference strives to bring together experts from Washington and across the nation to share information
2022 COD & TREATMENT CONFERENCE IS HYBRID!
COD and Treatment Conference strives to bring together experts from Washington and across the nation to share information about innovative Co-occurring Disorder (COD) —diagnosed patients who have substance use disorders as well as mental health disorders—and treatment therapeutic techniques, skills, programs, practices, and policies. The conference offers relevant workshops and several keynote speakers in an enjoyable learning experience.
october 10 (Monday) - 11 (Tuesday)
WA Health Care Authority, Department of Corrections, Department of Social and Health Services, Developmental Disabilities Administration
11oct9:00 am10:30 amVirtual EventInvolving Community Partners in Data and Policy Initiatives to Advance Health Equity Event Organized By: Center for Health Care Strategies Event Type:WebinarIn-person or Online:Online
A panel of experts from Washington State, Arizona and Utah will explore how state agencies, CBOs, and community members in these states are partnering to advance health equity through data
A panel of experts from Washington State, Arizona and Utah will explore how state agencies, CBOs, and community members in these states are partnering to advance health equity through data sharing and policy reform activities. Participants will learn about opportunities to meaningfully partner with community members to promote health equity at the state and local levels.
Communities across the U.S. face an array of complex health equity challenges, including meeting the health care needs of people experiencing homelessness, reducing poverty, and improving care for rural populations. Addressing these issues requires robust collaboration and cross-sector data sharing to better understand how community members access health care. While states and community-based organizations (CBOs) have developed data sharing and policy initiatives across sectors, community members are often not included in these efforts. As part of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-funded Learning and Action in Policy and Partnerships initiative, Data Across Sectors for Health and the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS) are working with states, CBOs, and community members to integrate community voice in data sharing and policy reform activities to better address health equity challenges.
Speaker: Liz Buck, MPA, Senior Program Officer, CHCS
L. Buck will welcome participants and introduce the panelists.
II. Panel Discussion
Panelists: Tammy Gallegos, Director, San Juan County Aging Services, Utah; Tyler Rosensteel, MBA, Senior Director, Solari Inc., Arizona; and Lindsay Morgan Tracy, Innovator-in-Chief, Washington State Department of Social and Health Services; Moderator: Liz Buck
Panelists will discuss their community and state activities to involve people with lived expertise in data and policy efforts related to supporting individuals experiencing homelessness, reducing poverty, and using culturally competent approaches to work with seniors in rural populations, including Native American tribes. Panelists will discuss the role of community members and CBOs in defining the needs and priorities of the communities being served, the role of state government in embedding community perspectives into policymaking, and sustainability of these partnerships.
III. Moderated Audience Q&A
L. Buck will facilitate an audience Q&A session.
IV. Wrap Up
L. Buck will provide closing remarks.
(Tuesday) 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Join us for the 12th annual Southwest Washington Autism Conference on Thursday, October 20, from 9 am to 4 pm virtually via Zoom events! This year’s conference includes over 20 live
Join us for the 12th annual Southwest Washington Autism Conference on Thursday, October 20, from 9 am to 4 pm virtually via Zoom events! This year’s conference includes over 20 live and pre-recorded presentations focused on topics surrounding autism, resources and training, and advocacy. Join us as we grow as people and professionals with topics to educate and empower ourselves and one another.
Our list of speakers will present topics ranging from autism across the lifespan as it intersects with school, the workplace, and community, to autism and sensory-focused presentations and talks on health and nutrition from real-world professionals and licensed providers, all the way to advocacy, empowerment, and other intersectionality areas.
Scholarships and group discounts are available by request via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please email us before you register if you are interested in this option.
(Thursday) 9:00 am - 4:00 pm