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20th Annual Bexar County Behavioral Health and Wellness Conference 

Friday, September 30, 2022 from 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Free one-day conference for families, consumers, caregivers, and professionals featuring educational workshops about mental health topics/resources and a health /wellness resource fair.

In-person and virtual sessions available!

2022 Wood Group Scholarship

We are pleased to announce The Wood Group is offering a $500 educational scholarship for Academic Year 2022! Scholarship winners will be announced at the Awards Luncheon on Friday, September 9, 2022. Applications will open soon!

2022 Call for Presentations

We are seeking presenters for the 20th annual conference on topics related to mental health, substance use, wellness, caregivers, or consumer/peer!

Your presentation may be the catalyst that sparks change in someone’s life. It may plant a seed that helps someone grow and prosper and positively change the trajectory of their life as they know it.

To submit an application, click here.

2022 Conference Sponsorship

Is your organization interested in a sponsorship opportunity? Click here to view the Sponsorship Packet for more information. To complete your sponsorship online, click here. This conference is not possible without the support from caring individuals and organizations like yours. 

The Norris Conference Center (Park North)

618 NW Loop 410 (Loop 410/San Pedro)

The Norris Conference Center is located in the Park North Shopping Center across the street from North Star Transit Center (Bus #2, 3, 4, 5, 502, 534, 552, 602, 647, 648). Parking is FREE. 

Meet the 2022 Keynote Speaker!

Roy Juarez, Jr. is a successful international motivational speaker and author who has shared his message of hope, perseverance, and the power of education with over one million globally.

Today, Roy is the CEO of two companies, IMPACTtruth, Inc. and IMPACT Publishing, Inc. However, his journey started on the streets of San Antonio, TX as a homeless teenager due to domestic violence. He uses the lessons he learned from the streets, his mentors, and his education to inspire his audiences to dream bigger, forgive, and never give up.

Regardless of circumstances, it’s never too late for that moment of change, and we are hopeful Roy’s story will encourage and inspire others in the Bexar County community to do just that. 

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