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8:30 AM to 9:30 AM
Arrival/continental breakfast/exhibits
Christina Ballroom

9:30 AM
Welcome
Riverfront Ballroom

10:00 AM to 10:45 AM
Keynote Address
Moving From Theory to Practice
Joan Gillece, Ph.D., Director, National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors, Center for Innovation in Trauma Informed Approaches

Facilitated Q&A with Dr. Joan Gillece, Kate Leone, Chief Government Relations Officer, Feeding America

Three Topics and One Repeating Sessions Available for Attendees
(Attendees can choose which breakout they would like to attend in each session)
Topic One: Behavioral Health and Food Insecurity
Topic Two: Topics Related to Youth
Topic Three: Underrepresented Populations

Please click individual workshop names to view workshop description and presenters/panelists.

11:00 AM to 11:45 AM
1st Breakout Session
Various Rooms around the Chase Center
1. Behavioral Health and Food Insecurity Track – Rooted in Hunger: How Eating Disorders Stem from Food Insecurity
2. Underrepresented Populations – Challenges that Women Face as Returning Citizens
3. Topics Related to Youth – Transitioning to Adulthood: College Students and Children Aging out of Foster Care
4. “A Trauma Informed System of Care Model that Works” – Becky Haas, Trauma Informed Administrator for Ballad Health

12:00 PM to 1:15 PM
Lunch (Kids and Adults Together)
Lunchtime speaker: Jason Brown, Former NFL player turned North Carolina farmer presented by the American Dairy Association, North East
Riverfront Ballroom

1:30 PM to 3:15 PM
Option to participate in the Brain Architecture Game
or attend a break-out session

1:30 PM to 2:15 PM
2nd Breakout Session
Various Rooms around the Chase Center
1. Behavioral Health and Food Insecurity Track – Food Insecurity and Substance Use Disorders
2. Topics Related to Youth – Food Insecurity and Students (Pre-K through 12th grade) – The Importance of Year-Round Access to Nutritious Food to Combat Food Insecurity
3. Underrepresented Populations – Aging Adults
4.  “A Trauma Informed System of Care Model that Works” – Becky Haas, Trauma Informed Administrator for Ballad Health

2:30 PM to 3:15 PM
3rd Breakout Session
Various Rooms around the Chase Center
1. Behavioral Health and Food Insecurity Track – Treatment from a Trauma-Informed Approach
2. Youth Track – Interventions with Kids and Violent Acts
3. Underrepresented Populations – A Window to the Delaware Latino Community
4. “A Trauma Informed System of Care Model that Works” – Becky Haas, Trauma Informed Administrator for Ballad Health

3:15 PM
Adjourn to JPMorgan Chase food packing event