Welcome to the 2019 MHA and VOA Baton Rouge Conference Registration Page.
All conference registrations include CEU certificates for 13 CEU hours for the 2-day conference and 3 CEU hours for the Saturday conference. Lunch is included on Monday and Tuesday as well as breakfast on Tuesday morning. On-line registration will close on April 5, 2019 but on-site registration will be available Monday, April 8, 2019.
Saturday is not included in the conference registration. If you would like to attend both, you must register for both earning 16 CEU hours.
Please direct any questions or issues to the MHA office or email email@example.com
Cancelling registration will result in $50 penalty until March 30, 2019. No cancellations will be accepted after March 30, 2019
Conference is being held at the Tracy Center on 1800 South Acadian Thruway in Baton Rouge.
The Mental Health Association for Greater Baton Rouge (MHA) has been in operation since 1954 when it began as an organization promoting advocacy and education on mental illness and related issues. MHA has grown to include programs for adults with severe and persistent mental illness and individuals suffering from substance addictions in the Greater Baton Rouge area and statewide. www.mhagbr.com
Established in Baton Rouge in 1921, Volunteers of America Greater Baton Rouge now serves a nineteen (19) parish area. Our vision is to engage the energy and spirit of the people of South Louisiana, to care for our neighbors who need help today, and to build healthier, more compassionate communities for tomorrow. www.voagbr.org