NAMI Keystone Pennsylvania’s annual Child, Adolescent, and Transition Age Youth Mental Health Conference will take place on Friday, February 2, 2024, at The Westin Pittsburgh.
This event is one of the only conferences in the country specializing in youth mental health. It’s geared toward parents and caregivers, mental health professionals, educators, and students.
The conference provides information on the newest research, innovative supports, and best practices to assist and advance the mental health needs of children, adolescents, and young adults. The event will feature keynote presentations, workshop sessions, and an exhibitor hall. Continuing Education Credits and Act 48 Credits will be offered.
There are a number of marketing opportunities available for companies and organizations to showcase their mission and resources at the 2024 Child, Adolescent, and Transition Age Youth Mental Health Conference.
Sponsors can choose from several categories including Breakfast Sponsor, Lunch Sponsor, Name Badge Sponsor, Lanyard Sponsor, Refreshment Break Sponsor, and Supporter Sponsor. Each option gives companies and organizations an acknowledgment at the conference and in marketing materials; an exhibitor’s table; and ad space in the conference program book. VIEW THE SPONSORSHIP PACKET
Secure your resource table today at one of the country’s only conferences specializing in youth mental health. Exhibit tables are located outside of the main ballroom to ensure visibility and high traffic volume. EXPLORE EXHIBITOR OPPORTUNITIES
Place an Ad
The day-of conference program book features a complete schedule of the day’s events, bios on the main presenters, and workshop descriptions. Placing an ad is an opportunity to highlight your company or organization’s mission, promote your book or research study, or spread the word about an important initiative. PLACE AN AD
If you have questions about conference marketing opportunities, contact Sara Levine Steinberg by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 412-366-3788 ext. 122.