Join us for the 40th Annual Wellness and Recovery Summit at the Hyatt Regency in Downtown Atlanta for an amazing event a that you won't want to miss! This years Summit will open on Saturday, June 24 with a welcome luncheon and keynote speaker. Pre-conference activities begin on Friday, June 23rd. The Summit opens with a special Welcome Luncheon and general session. PRA has secured a discounted room rate of $185/night, plus applicable taxes and fees. The discounted room rate is available until June 1, 2017 or until the room block is filled and it is filling fast! Please call 888-421-1442 and request the PRA Summit room block. View the full Summit Schedule on the Summit webpage. REGISTER TODAY! See you in Atlanta!
We are excited to offer you a sponsorship opportunity at our 40th Annual Wellness and Recovery Summit! The 40th Annual Wellness and Recovery Summit, presented by PRA and the Academy of Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Recovery in partnership with Georgia-PRA, a chapter of PRA is heading to Atlanta Georgia in June. This Summit will provide education and training to the recovery workforce as to the goals, mission and strengths of psychiatric rehabilitation. The Summit provides high-level education sessions for the entire psychiatric rehabilitation workforce including but not limited to: Practitioners, Peer support providers, employees from the Veterans Administration (VA) and Office of Mental Health (OMH), Primary Care Providers, Executives, Case managers, Educators, Occupational Therapists, Social Workers, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Counselors, Teachers, School Psychologists, Guidance Counselors, Residential Service and Managed Care employees, Administrators, Policy makers and Clinicians.
Show your support for and raise your profile with this high-impact, wide-ranging community of professionals.MEET YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE in a location focused around training, learning and network building.
EXPAND RELATIONSHIPS with the psychiatric rehabilitation community at all levels, in a conference framework designed to attract not just practitioners, but organizational and business management and executives.
BENEFIT FROM tailored opportunities, at an array of investment levels that will help ensure maximum visibility and ongoing benefit.
Don't miss your chance to sponsor the 40th Annual Wellness and Recovery Summit. View the PRA sponsorship prospectus to learn more about these opportunities and email LaTrese Wallace to customize your sponsorship today.
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