Music City Tackles Mental Health

DATE AND TIME

Mon, March 5, 2018

7:30 AM – 4:30 PM CST

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LOCATION

Vanderbilt University Student Life Center

310 25th Avenue South

Nashville, TN 37240

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REFUND POLICY

Refunds up to 1 day before event

DESCRIPTION

Please join law enforcement and mental health leaders from across the country for this one day summit hosted by Nashville's Sheriff Daron Hall and Mental Health America. Keynote speakers include Paul Gionfriddo, Mental Health America CEO, and Sheriff Tom Dart, Cook County (Chicago). Sheriff Dart recently appeared on 60 Minutes to discuss incarceration of the mentally ill. Mr. Gionfriddo is the author ofLosing Tim - How Our Health and Education Systems Failed My Son With Schizophrenia. Breakout sessions will address what is decriminalization and the impact if we do not, programs that work and the AOT debate. Learn valuable lessons and key take aways to enhance your mental health and incarceration programs for your community. Registration opens at 7:30 a.m. with welcoming remarks at 8:30 a.m.

The summit will be held in the Vanderbilt Student Life Center - Ballrooms A & B, located at 310 25th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37240. Parking will be available in the 25th Avenue Garage, located at 2401 Highland Avenue, Nashville 37212.

There are several hotels located near the Vanderbilt campus. We suggest making hotel reservations, NOW because of the NCAA March Madness tournament. Here are some suggestions:

Courtyard Nashville Vanderbilt/West End

Hampton Inn Nashville Vanderbilt

Hampton Inn Vanderbilt-Elliston Place

Homewood Suites by Hilton Nashville Vanderbilt

Marriott Nashville Vanderbilt

This event is sponsored by Correct Care Solutions and Vanderbilt Behavioral Health.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/music-city-tackles-mental-health-tickets-41215128559

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