Positive Change Virtual Conference

Event Partners

LCDAC
Millersville University

Details & Registration

The Positive Change Virtual Conference is an annual event designed to offer practical tools, as well as inspiration and encouragement, to those working in helping professions where addiction & mental health disorders are present.

This year’s theme is Bridging the Gaps: Building Integrated Systems of Care. Our communities continue to both recover from the pandemic and to face increases in resulting addiction and mental health issues. Professionals are rising to the occasion but do experience barriers to helping their students and clients. Conference sessions will help bridge the gaps between the need for services & capacity, and between the mental health & addiction fields.

Who should attend?

This community conference welcomes professionals and students from the fields of education; criminal justice; behavioral health; substance use prevention, treatment, or recovery; or healthcare. Other members of the public are also welcome to attend.

Our three Tracks include:

  • Mental Health
  • Prevention
  • Addiction Treatment & Recovery

Snack Box

Each registrant will have a Snack Box of tasty treats mailed to them. Register by March 12th to get your box before the event.

Speakers

Agenda

Cost & CEUs

This year’s event is three hours per day over two days, for a total of six (6) possible credit hours. Credits* offered:

  • Act 48 for Educators
  • Social Work

The cost for the full conference is $40, and is $25 for a single day. No additional cost for credits.

*The PA Certification Board (PCB) no longer pre-approves education for addiction professionals.

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Event Sponsors

Platinum Sponsor

Retreat Behavioral Health

Gold Sponsor

WellSpan Health

Silver Sponsors

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PerformCare logo

Bronze Sponsors

Logo for Caron Treatment Centers
Logo for Mental Health America of Lancaster County
Logo for the Naaman Center

Friends of Positive Change

Blueprints for Addiction Recovery
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