Key Takeaways

  • According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, the growing number of older adults with mental or substance use disorders could have a tremendous impact on the healthcare needs of our nation.

  • With May being both Older Americans Month and Mental Health Awareness Month, we can turn our attention toward the behavioral health needs of older Americans. 

  • Join us for a free, all-day virtual event where we will discuss the efforts and innovations that are aiming to improve the lives of people with serious mental illness.

Mark your calendars to join us on May 6, 2021 for our 4th Annual Older Adult Mental Health Awareness Day Symposium.

This free, all-day virtual event will feature engaging plenaries, informative sessions, and a diverse array of topics addressing the most pressing needs in older adult mental health.

Who should attend?

Public health practitioners, professionals in the aging network, mental health providers, health care professionals, and anyone interested in ensuring the mental health of older adults.

The symposium is brought to you by NCOA, the U.S. Administration for Community Living, and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Register today to attend


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