Help Plan the Future of Behavioral Health in Wake County
The Behavioral Health Summit brings together local leaders and community members to address mental health issues in Wake County. Attendees work together to identify strategies to improve these issues and prioritize next steps for our community.
The goal of the summit? To help map the future of behavioral health in Wake County.
2021 Behavioral Health Summit - March 24-26
The 2021 event will take place virtually over three days. It will kick off each day at noon and run until 2 p.m. Topics will include:
- Crisis management
- Criminal justice
- Access and coordination
- Familiar faces
You will be sent a link to the WebEx event prior to the event.
More information will be added to this page soon. Stay tuned for updates! And in the meantime, let people know you’re excited to attend by using the #WakeBHS hashtag on social media.
The Wake Directors
The Behavioral Health Summit is hosted by the Wake Directors, an interagency collaboration of leaders with representatives from social services, education, the justice system, physical and behavioral health care, and local government who are committed to improving the lives of individuals interacting with the behavioral health system in Wake County.
The Wake Directors includes representatives from:
- Alliance Behavioral Healthcare
- City of Raleigh
- NAMI Wake County
- N.C. Court System District 10
- Raleigh Police Department
- UNC Health Care
- Wake County Board of Commissioners
- Wake County District Attorney’s Office
- Wake County EMS
- Wake County Housing Affordability and Community Development
- Wake County Human Services
- Wake County Manager’s Office
- Wake County Public School System
- Wake County Sheriff’s Office
- WakeMed Health & Hospitals