We’ve had 19 conferences to date, featuring experts in the field and those with lived experience presenting side by side. We are guided by our conference planning committee and feedback from participants and are dedicated to bringing our community relevant and timely information.
OUR ANNUAL COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CONFERENCE In consultation with public health experts, we have postponed our 2020 conference. When it is safe to gather together again, we look forward to reuniting [...]
We saw great success at the 2016 Community Mental Health Conference. More than 300 people attended and we had several dynamic, knowledgeable speakers, including Cook County Sheriff Thomas J. Dart, [...]
The Naomi Ruth Cohen Institute’s 11th Annual Conference Focuses on Managing Anxiety Participants Share Moving Stories June 4, 2012–The Naomi Ruth Cohen Institute (NRCI) at TCSPP hosted a conference on June [...]
Bipolar Disorder: Progress and Promise In 2002 we held our very first conference entitled “Understanding Manic Depressive (Bipolar) Illness.” At that time the illness was estimated to affect 2.5 million [...]
Discovering Hope: Understanding Addictions An addiction is a dependence on a behavior or substance that a person is powerless to stop. Without the substance or addictive behavior, the addict soon [...]