We’ve sold out the mezzanine for 200+ mental health advocates at OHSU on August 1 to meet and hear from Pamela Martin, new chief at state Addictions and Mental Health. We’ll open the balcony with 100 more seats with 20 days to go, so if you should be seen as one of our type of folk, better sign up now.
As usual it’s free. AND our pals at ACCBO will sign CEU certificates at the event.
We’re honored to have NARA NW All Nations Drum perform prior to Pam’s talk.
Registration is required for this event – http://pamelamartin.eventbrite.com
Parking at OHSU is always terrible so instructions will be emailed to registered folks on about July 30.
Pam’s talk is titled – Beyond the Safety Net: Behavioral Health in an Integrated Setting
Pam Martin, Ph.D., ABPP, joined the Oregon Health Authority in 2013. As a licensed clinical psychologist for more than 30 years, she has worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings with children, youth, families and adults. Her experience includes serving as the Director of the Behavioral Health Services Division for the New Mexico Department of Health. She has also served as the Director of the Psychiatric Services Unit at the Bernalillo County Metropolitan Detention Center, and Director of Juvenile Justice Behavioral Health for the New Mexico Children Youth and Families Department.
Most recently Dr. Martin worked for Lovelace Health Plan, integrating behavioral and physical health services. In this capacity, she developed quality initiatives and partnered with community providers, advocates, consumers and other stakeholders to identify gaps in mental health and substance abuse systems and enhance the system of care.
She also worked with the University of New Mexico Project ECHO, which received a Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation grant to design statewide “hot spots” to provide team-based care for people with high needs. She holds degrees from the University of California, Berkeley and Rutgers, a doctorate in clinical psychology from the State University of New York and is a diplomate in cognitive and behavioral psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology.
This event is sponsored by Lifeworks NW, Street Roots, NARA Northwest, Clackamas County Behavioral Health, Empowerment Initiatives, African American Health Coalition, Trillium Family Services, OHSU Department of Psychiatry, Multnomah County Mental Health and Addiction Services Division, Volunteers of America, Addiction Counselor Certification Board of Oregon, Health Share Oregon, Central City Concern, The Lund Report, Folktime, Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare, Oregon State Hospital, Disability Rights Oregon, Telecare, Washington County Community Mental Health Program, and the Mental Health Association of Portland.