We hear you: Call for Proposals has been extended to November 4th

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We hear you!! Several people have asked for a few more days to get their presentation proposals polished for the 27th Annual Children's Mental Health Research & Policy Conference. Therefore, we are extending the Call for Proposals deadline through Monday, November 4th. But don’t delay! Be sure to get it in today.

Reminder: Special Tracks on Wraparound and Emerging Adults
The National Wraparound Initiative is sponsoring a special track this year on the latest in wraparound research on topics related to all aspects of implementation and practice. You are invited to submit a proposal for a paper, symposium (group of papers), or topical discussion. To submit a proposal, simply go to the conference page, follow the submission link, and in the drop down menu for Topic Areas, select “Facilitating high quality and consistent wraparound implementation.” Download the special track flyer for more information.

For the fourth year in a row, the Transitions RTC, working with Pathways RTC, has developed a special track on research findings to improve the lives of and services, treatments, and supports for emerging adults when they are living with a mental health condition (ages 14-25). To submit a proposal for this special track, simply go to the conference page, follow the submission link, and in the drop down menu for Topic Areas, select Innovative Approaches for Older Youth and Young Adults.

About the Conference
Since 1988, the Department of Child and Family Studies at the University of South Florida has been a leader in promoting the expansion of the research base essential to improved service systems for children with mental health challenges and their families. Visit the conference website for more information about the conference, or to learn more about exhibits and sponsorships.

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