The Law & Mental Health Conference will be virtual and online March 6 & 7, 2023.
Our subject is FIREARMS.
EARLY BIRD LINK – https://buy.stripe.com/7sI5n01q5fIldVufZ3 (available December 15-January 1)
Payment for Group Rate registrations can be made online or by check. For the Group Rate, the purchaser is entirely responsible for informing their staff of the date and time of the conference, links to access both days of the conference and the after conference survey. If you plan to pay by check and need an invoice, send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A receipt for your purchase is sent automatically when you register.
Attendees MUST complete a post-conference survey by March 31, 2023 to receive a certificate of attendance for the conference. We estimate ten hours of CEU and CLE credits will available for registered attendees. The conference will be accredited by the National Association of Social Workers, the Oregon Bar Association, the Mental Health & Addiction Certification Board of Oregon, and the Oregon Department of Public Safety and Standards Training. When you submit the certificate to your licensing body you are stipulating to them your full attendance at the conference, either on March 6 & 7, or reviewing the recording during March 2023.
An online full recording of the full two-day conference will be available for registered attendees to review through the month of March.
You will receive a digital conference program with schedules for both days of the conference and access information on March 1 to the email address you provided. We cannot be held responsible for missed messages if attendees do not check their email or our messages are blocked by your IT department or service provider. Ask your IT department to whitelist the email address – email@example.com.
Cancellations by email can be refunded less admin fee until February 1. Conference registrations are transferable by email to the Conference Coordinator until March 1.
SCHOLARSHIPS: The Law & Mental Health Conference provides partial scholarships for full-time students and people with lived experience of mental illness, addiction, or alcoholism. Partial scholarships have full access and a continuing education credit option.
ACCESSIBILITY: The Law & Mental Health Conference welcomes people with disabilities. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact the conference coordinator. Requests must be made by February 1. The conference is closed-captioned.