2020 Virtual NAMICon Presentation Slides

The Virtual NAMICon 2020 offered outstanding workshops and presentations. We have made most of the presentations available below. 

MONDAY, JULY 13

12:10PM – 1:10PM
Rethinking Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (Download Slides) - Track 2: Getting the Best Possible Care
Crisis Hotlines: The Gateway to Crisis systems (Download Slides) - Track 3: Getting Diverted from Justice System Involvement
CBT for Psychosis: Evidence-Based Training Program for Family and Caregivers (Download Slides) - Track 4: Research Updates

1:30PM – 2:30PM
What is Behind the Increasing Suicide Rate Among Black Youth? (Download Slides) - Track 1: Getting Help Early
Engaging Faith Leaders in Addressing Mental Illness (Download Slides) - Track 2: Getting the Best Possible Care
Hero Help Addiction and Behavioral Health Assistance (Download Slides) - Track 3: Getting Diverted from Justice System Involvement
The Fusion Model: A Peer-Informed Model for Crisis Support (Download Slides) - Track 4: Research Updates

2:50PM – 3:50PM
Who Ya Gonna Call? NAMI HelpLines! (Download Slides) - Track 1: Getting Help Early
Ending Conversion Therapy to Save Young LGBTQ Lives (Download Slides) - Track 2: Getting the Best Possible Care
Engaging Individuals Who Have Mental Illness in the Stepping Up initiative (Download Slides) - Track 3: Getting Diverted from Justice System Involvement
A Novel Approach to Treatment Resistant Depression: Esketamine (Download Slides) - Track 4: Research Updates
Creating Meaningful Connections: Youth Certified Peer Specialists (CPS-Y) (Download Slides) - Track 5: Youth Voices
 

TUESDAY, JULY 14

12:10PM – 1:10PM
Aspiring to Conquer Serious Psychiatric Illness: Research Journey to Heal (Download Slides) - Track 1: Getting Help Early
NAMI Homefront: Effective Education for the Families of Veterans (Download Slides) - Track 2: Getting the Best Possible Care
The View from DC: NAMI’s Federal Legislative and Policy Update (Download Slides) - Track 2: Getting the Best Possible Care
Using CIT Programs to Reduce Stigma and Trauma While Changing Our Communities’ Crisis Response (Download Slides) - Track 3: Getting Diverted from Justice System Involvement
Youth Resilience in Communities of Color, Community Participatory Research (Download Slides) - Track 4: Research Updates