The 2022 Law & Mental Health Conference will be virtual and online beginning February 1 & 2.
The subject of the 2022 Law & Mental Health Conference is Alternatives to Police.
All members of the Alternative Mobile Services Association are automatically registered for this conference.
A recording of the full two-day conference will be available for registered attendees to review online for 30 days.
Up to fourteen hours of CEU and CLE credits are available for registered attendees.
If you want to register multiple people for the conference, consider letting us register them for you. You'll save the transaction fee. Send full names, phone numbers, email and postal addresses, and CEU/CLE requirements to email@example.com and we'll send you an invoice for payment.
If you don't have access to a credit card we can also make an invoice for you to pay by check.
The conference provides partial scholarships for full-time students and people with lived experience of mental illness, addiction, or alcoholism. Partial scholarships have full access and a continuing education credit option.
On January 25 you will receive login information via email. You will not be able to attend if you do not receive and read these email messages.
A full program for the conference will be available on the conference website by November 1.
The onference welcomes people with disabilities. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact the conference coordinator. Requests must be made at least 14 days prior to the event.