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2023 Annual Conference Sponsors & Exhibitors

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2023 Conference Sponsors

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Inseparable

Inseparable is the only mental health advocacy organization focused on building a social movement with the power to win major federal and state reforms that will save lives and improve care for millions of Americans.

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bhworks - Medical Decision Logix (mdlogix)

Medical Decision Logic (mdlogix) is home to bhworks, the student mental health software system and a proud conference sponsor. bhworks is a must have tool for K-12 schools and is already being used in states across the country including Michigan, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Maryland, Nevada, Vermont, and more. With it, you can follow best practices, improve student outcomes, and operate more efficiently. The system enables you to secure electronic consent; conduct screenings for suicide ideation, anxiety, body image, etc.; choose plans of care and referrals; support tracking; use telehealth; collect real-time data and visualization outcomes reporting; serve as your Medicaid expansion infrastructure; and integrate with a wide-range of billing systems. Our company, led by psychiatrist Allen Tien, MD, MHS, also partners with clients for writing and submitting federal and state grants to support much-needed youth behavioral health services, including Project AWARE (Nevada, Arizona, Michigan, Pennsylvania) and GLS (Minnesota, Pennsylvania). Go to our website to schedule a demo and view client testimonials. Stop by our exhibit table. Let's talk about how we can work together to bring more joy to students' lives. 

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Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) Network

The purpose of the Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) Network is technology transfer - disseminating and implementing evidence-based practices for mental disorders into the field. Their collaborative network supports resource development and dissemination, training and technical assistance, and workforce development for the mental health field. They work with systems, organizations, and treatment practitioners involved in the delivery of mental health services to strengthen their capacity to deliver effective evidence-based practices to individuals.

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Mountain Plains MHTTC

The primary focus of the Mountain Plains MHTTC is to provide training, resources, and technical assistance to individuals serving persons with mental health disorders. Particular attention is given to serving providers with limited access to service delivery systems with attention paid to rural and agricultural communities. By providing free, innovative, and accessible learning opportunities on research-based practices in mental health services, they seek to help you better serve your communities, staff, and patients.

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Sisu

Teen mental health care - the collective way. Traditional mental health care options make teenagers feel like the problem. Their support options are isolated and far-removed from their families and communities. That’s why we’re changing the game — with sisu, mental wellbeing is a collective act. Welcome to sisu, where we empower teenagers and their families with essential mental health skills. Our 12-week therapist approved, TikTok style programs are designed to equip teens with the tools they need to navigate adolescence successfully.


2023 Conference Exhibitors

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321 Insight

321 Insight was created by Dr. Will Henson and Dr. Skip Greenwood based on their desire to fill a critical hole in the education system. Both had been consulting with school districts for many years and were often called on to help with especially challenging student situations that needed special care. Time and again, Dr. Henson and Dr. Greenwood encountered smart, committed paraeducators who weren’t properly trained to handle difficult circumstances. If paraeducators had received formal “Sit and Get” PD, it was rarely effective nor memorable. They felt a calling to create simple, practical training that could easily fit into a paraeducator’s day to build skills to bolster success in interacting with students. 321 Insight’s training is entirely based on best practices that come from hands-on experience in real classrooms. The team has worked together in the greater Portland, Oregon area for decades. They are satisfied to see the PD they have built for 321 Insight implemented across the country and excited to help school districts nationwide upskill to address barriers to student success.

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Active Minds

Active Minds is the nation’s premier nonprofit organization supporting mental health awareness and education for young adults. They are dedicated to saving lives and to building stronger families and communities. Through education, research, advocacy, and a focus on young adults ages 14–25, Active Minds is opening up the conversation about mental health and creating lasting change in the way mental health is talked about, cared for, and valued in the United States.

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Andrus - The Sanctuary Institute

The Sanctuary Institute, a division of ANDRUS in Yonkers, NY provides training and consultation services to the organizations that work with vulnerable adults, children and families with an aim to help an agency’s leaders reclaim a culture of hope and innovation. The Sanctuary Institute’s transformational process requires deep commitment, but rewards participants with powerful and measurable organizational change. This transformational process emerged from a collaborative effort between Dr. Sandra Bloom and ANDRUS. The Sanctuary Institute continues to grow and change as the needs of our constituents evolve and knowledge in the field of trauma develops. We are constantly working to adapt our programs and services to meet the growing needs of organizations who hope to transform the care they provide to their clients. The Sanctuary Institute is committed to honoring the roots of Sanctuary and the founders of the model while also nurturing and embracing new and innovative practices and applications of this essential work to change the experience of vulnerable adults, children, families and communities.

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Aperture Education

Aperture Education empowers schools, educators, and students to measure, strengthen, and support social and emotional competence. We believe in the power of data, the ability to transform by leading with strengths, and the necessity for educators to create safe, supportive, and positive learning environments. The Aperture System, including the DESSA, is a suite of actionable, strength-based, and data-driven social and emotional learning tools that prepare students for success in school and beyond. With Aperture Education, you can be confident that you are leading with strengths, fostering your students' holistic development, and making a meaningful impact on your students' lives. To learn more, visit www.ApertureEd.com

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August Schools

August School’s modern toolsets empower school counselors, nurses, athletic trainers and anyone else who cares for student health and wellness. Documentation, analytics, communication tools and more all in a highly secure and integrated workspace.

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Backpack Healthcare

Backpack Healthcare aims to provide personalized, accessible, and inclusive mental health care to the most vulnerable and underserved children nationwide.

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Black Mental Wellness

The mission of Black Mental Wellness Corporation is to provide access to information and resources about behavioral health topics from a Black perspective, to highlight and increase the diversity of mental health professionals and decrease the mental health stigma in the Black community. Black Mental Wellness also provides trainings, consultations, and resources related to mental health and wellness in the Black community.

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BMOXI

BMOXI is the app that turns self-care into a daily 'power move' for teenage girls. We've blended evidence-based tools with experiences that truly resonate, creating a fresh approach to address the mental health challenges faced by young women. Our mission is to empower young women with practical and proactive strategies that help them confidently overcome life's obstacles, develop self-care routines from an early age, and nurture their well-being for academic, social, and overall life success. 

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Casey's Clubhouse

The mission of Casey’s Clubhouse™ is to offer a holistic, integrated curriculum, and support materials that make real differences in the lives of children and families using Best Practices as our guide. They use a combination of research and technology, and pull from psychology and neuroscience as we look to support a whole mind-body system rather than just pieces and parts.

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Center for Adoption Support and Education (CASE)

C.A.S.E. is a national leader transforming the mental health of the Adoption, Foster, and Kinship Community. Emboldened by the core belief that all children deserve a safe, loving, permanent home and dedicated to providing inclusive, family-focused services. C.A.S.E. draws on expertise, research, and lived experience to innovate and pay it forward by educating and empowering others.

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Closegap

Closegap’s work is focused on helping youth build key social-emotional skills and develop healthy, secure attachment with trusted adults in the school building. They provide the space for young people to reflect and share, and for educators to listen and respond. This fosters genuine connection between students and school staff based on empathy and understanding. Importantly, they communicate to young people every day that they deserve to be here, they matter, they are loved, and they’re not alone.

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Edumetrisis

Edumetrisis is a publisher of web-based behavioral assessment tools. Their authors bring many years of experience and offer through their innovative ideas solutions to practical problems of the field. Each one separately and collectively is considered an assessment expert in their respective fields.

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eLuma

eLuma partners with schools to provide mental health solutions for all students and IEP-based related services to help every student achieve their potential.

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Erika's Lighthouse

Erika’s Lighthouse’s mission is to make sure no young person feels alone in their depression. They are dedicated to creating a community of empathy and education. They create upper elementary, middle school and high school mental health, depression and suicide awareness programs so educators, families and teens can create safe spaces to learn about mental health, letting students know they are never alone, and there is somewhere to turn.

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Feel Your Best Self - University of Connecticut

Feel Your Best Self (FYBS) is a fun toolkit for learning 12 simple emotion-focused coping strategies. These types of strategies are important life skills, and when used regularly, can promote emotional well-being. Using FYBS, kids explore the strategies to find those that help them feel their best as they navigate different situations.

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Hope Squad

The Hope Squad goal is to prevent suicide through public awareness and education, reduce stigma, and serve as a resource to those touched by suicide.

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Inseparable

Inseparable is the only mental health advocacy organization focused on building a social movement with the power to win major federal and state reforms that will save lives and improve care for millions of Americans.

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The Kim Foundation

The Kim Foundation’s mission is to serve as a supportive resource and compassionate voice for lives touched by mental illness and suicide. Our vision is a community free of suicide that embraces the importance of quality mental health services and prevention.

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bhworks - Medical Decision Logix (mdlogix)

Medical Decision Logic (mdlogix) is home to bhworks, the student mental health software system and a proud conference sponsor. bhworks is a must have tool for K-12 schools and is already being used in states across the country including Michigan, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Maryland, Nevada, Vermont, and more. With it, you can follow best practices, improve student outcomes, and operate more efficiently. The system enables you to secure electronic consent; conduct screenings for suicide ideation, anxiety, body image, etc.; choose plans of care and referrals; support tracking; use telehealth; collect real-time data and visualization outcomes reporting; serve as your Medicaid expansion infrastructure; and integrate with a wide-range of billing systems. Our company, led by psychiatrist Allen Tien, MD, MHS, also partners with clients for writing and submitting federal and state grants to support much-needed youth behavioral health services, including Project AWARE (Nevada, Arizona, Michigan, Pennsylvania) and GLS (Minnesota, Pennsylvania). Go to our website to schedule a demo and view client testimonials. Stop by our exhibit table. Let's talk about how we can work together to bring more joy to students' lives.

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Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) Network

The purpose of the Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) Network is technology transfer - disseminating and implementing evidence-based practices for mental disorders into the field. Their collaborative network supports resource development and dissemination, training and technical assistance, and workforce development for the mental health field. They work with systems, organizations, and treatment practitioners involved in the delivery of mental health services to strengthen their capacity to deliver effective evidence-based practices to individuals.

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Mid-America Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC)

The Mid-America MHTTC serves the four states of Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, and Missouri (HHS Region 7) with a focus on integrated behavioral health and primary care, schools and mental health training programs. Across the region, the Center serves to align mental health systems and professional competencies with evidence-based mental health practices by providing free or low-cost training and technical assistance on a variety of topics germane to effective mental health practice. Mid-America MHTTC is funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and is housed at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.

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Mountain Plains MHTTC

The primary focus of the Mountain Plains MHTTC is to provide training, resources, and technical assistance to individuals serving persons with mental health disorders. Particular attention is given to serving providers with limited access to service delivery systems with attention paid to rural and agricultural communities. By providing free, innovative, and accessible learning opportunities on research-based practices in mental health services, they seek to help you better serve your communities, staff, and patients.

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Mindwise Innovations

With the goal of shaping the current and future state of behavioral health for the better, Mindwise Innovations services support the full continuum of mental health – from prevention to crisis response – with evidence-based solutions that educate and prioritize health for all ages. MindWise is headquartered in Dedham, Massachusetts and powered by Riverside Community Care, a non-profit leader in integrated behavioral health and human services.

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Momentus Institute

Momentous Institute is dedicated to innovative mental health services, education, resources, and professional training to strengthen children, families, and communities.

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Munroe-Meyer Institute

Since 1919, the Munroe-Meyer Institute has been an advocate and ambassador for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. They offer more than 100 services, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, psychological services, genetic evaluation, assistive technology, autism assessment and treatment, speech-language pathology treatment and much more.

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National Center for Safe Supportive Schools (NCS3)

The mission of the National Center for Safe Supportive Schools is to Provide states, districts, and schools with the knowledge and tools to implement culturally responsive, trauma-informed policies and practices that promote equity and well-being.

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PM Pediatric Care

PM Pediatric Care came to life in 2005, when Dr. Jeffrey Schor and Steven Katz — college roommates who went on to pursue careers in medicine and business — wanted to create an alternative to the emergency department and a friendly environment designed exclusively for children and young adults. Since then, PM Pediatric Care has expanded across the country with the mission to improve healthcare access, quality, and service. PM Pediatric Care also offers care in schools via our PM School Health program, partnering with schools to help students stay healthy and succeed.

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Rainbows for All Children

Rainbows for All Children trains adult volunteers in community-based sites such as schools, faith-based organizations, libraries or community centers to lead age-specific support groups for children and teens, ages 3-18, who are grieving from some type of loss. These groups provide a safe environment that encourages communication while identifying, navigating and discussing difficult feelings that accompany loss.

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Raptor Technologies

The Raptor integrated suite of school safety software and services along with the SchoolPass automated attendance and dismissal products covers the full spectrum of school safety. Visit raptortech.com to learn why 60,000+ schools globally, including 5,000 U.S. districts trust us for their school safety needs.

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School-Based Health Alliance (SBHA)

Since 1995, the School-Based Health Alliance has worked to increase equitable access to healthcare for children through school-based health care. By offering expertise, driving innovation, advocating for policies, and measuring impact, we aim to increase the number of school-based health centers and improve the quality of services they offer.

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South Southwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC)

The South Southwest MHTTC (SSW-MHTTC) serves U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Region 6, including Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. Our population of focus is mental health clinicians, supervisors, and program managers serving individuals with or at risk of serious emotional disturbances (SED) or severe mental illness (SMI); peer support providers; community mental health, health, or peer-run organizations; and single state agency administrators focused on comprehensive state public mental health systems.

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Stanford University

Our mission is to contribute to the world by educating students for lives of leadership and contribution with integrity; advancing fundamental knowledge and cultivating creativity; leading in pioneering research for effective clinical therapies; and accelerating solutions and amplifying their impact.

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Stepping Stones Group

The Stepping Stones Group grew from a simple belief: That every child is born with a special set of gifts. Throughout our history, they have partnered with 14 mission-driven organizations that share in our vision. Together, they are transforming the lives of children and families, improving the quality of therapeutic and behavioral services, and joining with like-minded therapists, clinicians and educators in order to have a greater impact in our communities. Our passionate leadership team and expansive clinical support network ensure the delivery of the highest quality therapeutic and behavioral health services nationwide.

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Talkspace

Talkspace is an online therapy service that connects users to a dedicated, licensed therapist in their state of residence through private messaging, live sessions, or both, depending on their plan. Founded with the mission to eliminate the stigma associated with mental health and make therapy available to all, Talkspace has a network of thousands of credentialed clinicians and has been used by over one million people to grow, heal and overcome day-to-day challenges.

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Teleteachers

TeleTeachers provides online services and software solutions for special education, related services, and behavioral mental health counseling targeting K-12 students and young adults.

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Tickit Health

Tickit Health’s goal is to positively impact more than 1 million lives by 2024. They believe this Mission is based on a more empathetic approach to communication; applying Digital Empathy to an organization’s support for populations of people is a key part of that. Using real-time reporting and person-centric resources in a single digital platform, Tickit not only holds the capacity to better capture the information but also empowers organizations to identify and support each individual, effectively.

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Youthlight

YouthLight is a publisher of resources for promoting mental health and life skills in young people. They have resources for counselors, educators, and parents.