CBHC Holds the Largest Behavioral Health Conference in the State of Colorado
Each year, hundreds of behavioral health specialists, members of the state and criminal justice system, physical health providers, and university students attend CHBC’s annual behavioral health conference. The conference focuses on best clinical and business practices in behavioral health.
Specific topics include:
- Mental health
- Substance use disorders
- Social determinants of health
- Colorado and National guidelines
Conference participants earn continuing education credits, and they experience exceptional training in camaraderie with other attendees. We welcome anyone with interest in the behavioral health field to attend CBHC’s annual conference.
- $475 Full Conference (THU, FRI, SAT)
- $350 Two Day Only (FRI & SAT)
- $125 #1 Pre-Con: Managing Time (WED)
- $50 #2 Pre-Con: Boosting Wellbeing (WED)
Meet our Keynotes
Lost Connections "Uncovering the Real Causes of Depression—and the Unexpected Solutions"
Drawing on international research and diverse studies, Johann Hari’s latest book Lost Connections proposes a simple but radical premise: as depression and anxiety rates rise around the world, maybe we need to look at the causes of mental illness beyond our own brains. His previous book, Chasing the Scream, similarly penetrated our beliefs surrounding addiction. As he persuasively shows audiences, the cure is in solving systemic problems of isolation and poverty—and working towards making people feel they belong, are valued, skilled, and with a secure future. Hari’s is a campaign of human connection.
Lesley Brooks, M.D.
Community Mental Health: 'The Future of the Movement’
Dr. Brooks is a family medicine physician who recently began work in a Community Mental Health Center overseeing a program expansion and more deeply developing their MAT program for substance abuse services. Dr. Brooks was immediately struck by the different rules, policies, and processes a CMHC must operate under as compared to her experience as a family practice physician working in a physical health care setting. It led her to examine how these differences contribute to stigma as well as create barriers for minority and marginalized populations to engage in behavioral health care. Dr. Brooks offers some recommendations for consideration to improve the behavioral health care system and expand its reach to marginalized and minority populations.
*The Group Rate cut-off date is August 27th.
Beaver Run Resort Policies
DEPOSIT: A 25% deposit is required to secure this reservation.
CANCEL/CHANGE: You can receive a refund less a $49 cancellation fee up until 3 days prior to your arrival. Any cancellations or changes less than 3 days prior to your arrival will result in a forfeit of the deposit.
Please note: The hotel room block is nearly filled. You may need to contact Beaver Run directly if you have any difficulties. If it is full, we have also secured rooms at the Double Tree.
We do know that some of the rooms are temporarily held by different organizations, so if you know that you won't be needing a room, we ask that you cancel your reservation as soon as possible.
See more information below.
CBHC Conference Hotel: Call 1-800-525-2253 for the Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center in Breckenridge, Colorado, and ask for the CBHC group rate.
If there is no availability, contact the DoubleTree Hotel. The DoubleTree is right across the street from Beaver Run.
DoubleTree Hotel: Click HERE for the DoubleTree's 20% discount, provided to CBHC off their regular rate. At the top of the page, type in "DoubleTree Breckenridge", choose your dates, and under special rates, type in BP2 under Group Code. It will bring you to another page where you will see the DoubleTree priced at $120.
OR... Call the DoubleTree at (866)-486-4162), and reference the Special Group Code: BP2.
550 Village Road, Breckenridge, Colorado 80424
If you have any issues booking at either Beaver Run or the DoubleTree, please contact Tracy O'Shaughnessy at firstname.lastname@example.org.