Washington State Mental Health Summit 2022

The Northwest MHTTC is excited to exhibit at this years Washington State Mental Health Summit

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Tuesday, May 17th, 2022 | 8AM - 4:30PM

Registration/Refreshments 8AM, Program begins 8:30AM and runs until 4:30PM


Husky Union Building (HUB), University of Washington, Seattle (Virtual Option Available)

This event is free, courtesy of Chad's Legacy Project and the generous support of the underwriters!

About the Summit:

The Washington State Mental Health Summit is an inclusive forum for stakeholders around the state to develop, share, and advance new and promising ideas, opportunities and collaborations that will advance effective education, prevention, and care for Washingtonians living with mental health and addiction problems. The event is open to any mental health stakeholder interested in participating in the improvement of mental health care in Washington State.

New initiatives will be presented at the event with the expectation stakeholder attendees will enlist to be part of the drive to completion. These new innovations will be featured against the backdrop of initiatives that have preceded them at prior events. We're excited to celebrate the many successes of past initiatives and present the latest slate of initiatives chosen by the Summit Advisory Council as promising and transformative innovations in the world of mental health. 


  • Expanding Washington's Behavioral Health Workforce -The Bachelor-level Behavioral Health Support Specialist

  • Mainstreaming the Washington Mental Health Advance Directive

  • The Behavioral Health Parent Toolkit Resource

  • Emergency Response to Suicide Prevention

  • Path of Mental Health Recovery Using Advanced Digital Health Solutions

  • Partnership Access Line for Schools Expansion

  • Partnership Access Line for Moms: Substance Use and Telepsychiatry Expansion


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