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About the Conference:
December 6-7, 2012 with pre-conference activities on December 5
Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill 400 New Jersey Ave NW Washington, DC 20001
The Conference is a gathering of housing and community development organizations that serve rural areas, national housing and rural related associations and groups, federal agency and hill staff, and stakeholders interested in affordable housing in rural America.
To have an event posted on our calendar*, please e-mail Dan Stern. Or send event description or brochure to:
Housing Assistance Council Attn: Dan Stern 1025 Vermont Avenue, NW Suite 606 Washington, DC 20005
Or fax to (202) 347-3441 Attn: Dan Stern
*Calendar Posting Guidelines:
HAC’s calendar posts announcements about periodic conferences, training sessions, audioconferences, and the like. Topics must be relevant to professionals in the rural housing and community development arena. HAC reserves the right to accept or decline any request to post an item. We do not include sessions provided by entities (for-profit or nonprofit) that offer numerous regularly scheduled training events; links to such entities are provided below.
The 2012 National Zarrow Mental Health Symposium and Mental Health America Annual Conference will be held at the Tulsa Convention Center on September 19-21, 2012.
The combined National Zarrow Mental Health Symposium and Mental Health America Annual Conference will offer a wide array of 50 breakout sessions across 10 tracks ranging from housing development and retention, to recovery-focused sessions including current research, special populations, social inclusion and clinical practice. SAMHSA has sponsored and assembled the conference track, “Community Supports and Recovery Services.”
Conference participants can receive 18 continuing education credit hours, including 3 credit hours of ethics.