Sponsors

Thank you for considering a sponsorship for the 2021 Law & Mental Health Conference! We very much appreciate your support. The conference will be in July 2021.

The Law & Mental Health Conference brings forward leading voices on the impact of the law on people with mental illness, addiction, and alcoholism, and sponsorships get the conversation going. To make your sponsorship successful we offer a variety of opportunities for networking and outreach. Please review the options below to find the sponsorship level that fits your needs.

Each attendee receives a 24+ page full color program, with promotional advertisements from sponsors, demographic information about case study municipalities, presenter bios, a schedule of all live and recorded sessions, inserted materials from sponsors, and comments from conference planners.

NEW FOR 2021 – Show your promotional video to all 500 expected attendees of the Law & Mental Health Conference. For PREMIUM, GOLD and SILVER sponsors only.

We expect about 500 attendees to participate with the recorded and live sessions. Attendees can get up to ten credits of continuing education through the National Association of Social Workers or the Oregon State Bar.

PREMIUM CONFERENCE SPONSOR – $4000 – only two made available!
Everything in the Gold Sponsor package, plus, promotional video up to 15 minutes played during lunch break, collateral material inserted into conference program, company logo FIRST in title credits of each session recording, four additional complimentary conference registrations – twelve total.

GOLD SPONSOR – $2500
Full-page color advertisement in the conference program, company logo in title credits of each session recording, company logo printed in conference program sponsor map, promotional video up to four minutes in length to be played 5-8 times to conference attendees, company name listed on website, eight complimentary conference registrations, recognition in social media and promotional messages.

SILVER SPONSOR – $1500
Half-page color advertisement in the conference program, company logo in title credits of each session recording, company logo printed in conference program sponsor map, promotional video up to four minutes in length to be played 5-8 times to conference attendees, company name listed on website, six complimentary conference registrations.

BRONZE SPONSOR – $1000
Quarter-page color advertisement in the conference program, company logo printed in conference program sponsor map, company name listed on website, four complimentary conference registrations.

To receive a sponsorship invoice and IRS W2 form, contact the conference coordinator prior to deadlines. All sponsor instructions are included in the invoice.

Sponsorships can be purchased by check to the Mental Health Association of Portland, PO Box 3641, Portland, Oregon 97208. Request an invoice or send any question to the conference coordinator, Liv Lopes at liv@lawconferences.org.

LAW & MENTAL HEALTH CONFERENCE TIMELINE

February 1 Sponsor sales start
March 1 Early Bird attendee registration – 30% off
April 1 General attendee registration sales start
Full conference program online
June 1 Late attendee registration sales start
July – TBD Law & Mental Health Conference is live and online!
August – TBD Law & Mental Health Conference is online and continuing education tests are open.

Conference Sponsors for 2020

Multnomah County and their Mental Health & Addictions Division, Oregon Health Authority – Oregon State Hospital, Psychiatric Security Review Board, Kaiser Permanente, Oregon Health Science University – Department of Psychiatry, Providence Health & Services, Association of Community Mental Health Providers, Bridgeway Recovery, Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare, Central City Concern, Clackamas County Behavioral Health Division, Health Share of Oregon, Oregon Council for Behavioral Health, Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training, Oregon Public Health Division, Washington County & Washington County District Attorney

Conference Sponsors for 2019
Association of Oregon Community Mental Health Programs, Bridgeway Recovery Services, CareOregon, Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare, Cedar Hills Hospital, Central City Concern, Clackamas County Behavioral Health Division, Clackamas County District Attorney’s Office, Multnomah County Public Health Department & Mental Health & Addictions Service Division, Native American Rehabilitation Association NW, the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training, the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon State Hospital, the Oregon Public Health Department, Oregon State Sheriff’s Association, Oregon Aging & People with Disabilities, Northwest Forensic Institute LLC, Psychiatric Security Review Board, Telecare, Washington County District Attorney’s Office.

Conference Sponsors for 2018
Cedar Hills Hospital, Psychiatric Security Review Board, Association of Oregon Community Mental Health Programs, Multnomah County Mental Health and Addiction Services Division (MHASD), Northwest Health Foundation, Columbia Community Mental Health, Mental Health Association of Portland, Central City Concern, Bridgeway Recovery Services, Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare, Clackamas County Behavioral Health Division, Kaiser Permanente Behavioral Health Services, Oregon Public Health Division, Northwest Forensic Institute, LLC, Multnomah County District Attorney, Oregon Department of Human Services Aging and People with Disabilities, The Oregon Center on Behavioral Health and Justice Integration, Serenity Lane, Ainsworth United Church of Christ, Teras Intervention and Counseling, Sequoia Mental Health Services, Disability Rights Oregon, Mental Health Association of Oregon, Northwest Housing Alternatives, Unity Center and Legacy Health, Harris Matarazzo, JD, Philip Shapiro, MD, Clackamas County District Attorney, Columbia County Sheriff’s Office, Oregon State Sheriff’s Association, Washington Count District Attorney

Conference Sponsors for 2017
American Psychiatric Nurses Association – Oregon Chapter, Association of Community Mental Health Programs, Cedar Hills Hospital, Central City Concern, Mental Health Association of Portland, Mid-Valley Behavioral Care Network, Multnomah County District Attorney, Multnomah County Mental Health & Addiction Services Division, NW Forensic Institute, LLC, Oregon DHS – Seniors and People with Disabilities, OHSU Department of Psychiatry, Providence Health, Psychiatric Security Review Board, Unity Center for Behavioral Health

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