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SAMHSA’s mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse

and mental illness on America’s communities.

1-877-SAMHSA-7 (1-877-726-4727)

www.samhsa.gov

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH IS

ESSENTIAL TO HEALTH

PREVENTION

WORKS

TREATMENT IS

EFFECTIVE

PEOPLE

RECOVER

Join the Fast-Growing

Behavioral Health Workforce

Demand is increasing for behavioral health care

professionals including:

• Psychiatrists

• Psychologists

• Social workers

• Nurses

• Marriage and Family

Therapists

• Addiction Counselors

• Mental Health Counselors

• Paraprofessionals in

Psychiatric Rehabilitation

and Addiction Recovery

• Peer Support Specialists

and Recovery Coaches

Learn More about Behavioral Health and SAMHSA

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

(SAMHSA) works with federal and other partners to increase the

supply of trained and culturally aware professionals to address

the nation’s behavioral health needs. Visit the SAMHSA website:

http://www.samhsa.gov/workforce

Delaware HOSA and the following advisors

and members who represented HOSA-Future

Health Professionals at the 2016 USA Science

& Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C.

Jan Ellis, RRT, RPFT

Jean Ann Crowe, RN

Karen Tiedgen, RDH

Lauren Lee

Jaydin Crow

Albina Axhami

Brianna Kulesza

Emily Lee

Nolwenn Daniels

Thank you!

HOSA’s ILC Participation Certificate is online and

available for you to print with your name included on

the certificate. You can access the certificate from

ilc.hosa.org/participate

.

When you arrive at the page you will type your name

and click submit. An Adobe .pdf file will be created of

your certificate.

Download your HOSA ILC 2016

Participation Certificate

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2016 INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE