MHA’s 2021 Annual Conference will be a hybrid event, consisting of a small in-person gathering and a digital conference experience.
COVID-19 Safety Guidelines for the In-Person Event
What we’re doing for attendees:
- Will provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- Taking social distancing precautions
- Sanitation stations available throughout event space
- Mask mandate for event
- Make requests of other attendees and have them sign waivers/declarations
- In the event of restricted safety guidelines, event will be fully virtual
- Generous refund policies
What we ask from attendees:
- Be vaccinated if eligible
- Get a COVID test before you travel if possible; if unable to get tested, please isolate for 10+ days
- Upon arrival, you will be asked to sign a COVID-19 safety acknowledgment
- If you have any COVID-like symptoms, have been exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19, or have traveled internationally within 14 days of the event, you will not be permitted to attend in-person
- Masks will be REQUIRED for all in-person functions. Violators will be asked to leave the event.
- Please understand there is risk involved when attending any in-person event
- Please note plans are subject to change and MHA will keep you updated
Join us for our virtual 2021 National Policy Institute: Addressing Youth Mental Health Needs In Schools on June 8th, 2021. MHA has partnered with Kaiser Permanente to host discussions with the nation’s leading education and health experts to highlight key principles to inform policies and practices of reopening schools that will help youth early and through equitable means.
Registration has closed early! We are SOLD OUT. We've filled up all our spaces for our 2021 Annual Conference both virtually and in-person and will no longer be able to accept additional registrants. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and hope you'll join us next year for our 2022 Annual Conference!