Indiana Mental Health and Addiction Conference: The 2024 Series


Every two years, addiction and mental health professionals, recovery organizations, healthcare providers, justice system leaders, state and local officials, researchers, and more convene in Indianapolis for the Indiana Mental Health and Addiction Conference, hosted by the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration’s Division of Mental Health and Addiction.

During this mid-year, DMHA invites providers and partners to participate in a three-part, half-day virtual series intended to promote the Division’s priorities: 1) Build infrastructure; 2) Grow workforce; and 3) Enhance quality, all of which contribute to improved access to services.

The first session, titled “Power of Peers: Recovery Through Connection,” will be streamed virtually on May 21 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at During this event, DMHA and its partners will showcase how peers with lived experience provide a low-barrier access point to support, treatment, connection, and resource navigation. Peers are a bridge to community services that propel Indiana’s behavioral health care system. We will demonstrate how peers can be integrated into the continuum of care by highlighting successful models from various sectors.

A limited number of in-person invitations are being distributed for each event. Invitations are non-transferable. A live stream of the event will be available above for the public. There is no cost or registration required to view the livestream.


May 21 2024


8:30 am - 12:00 pm

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