Pathways to Hope is a free (VIRTUAL) conference bringing together mental health professionals, social workers, educators, the judicial system, law enforcement, faith community leaders,
caregivers, and individuals living with a diagnosis to help improve the mental health care system.
Reduce the stigma of mental illness
Activate and engage faith communities to help support families and individuals
living with a mental health disorder
Bring faith community leaders and mental health practitioners together to
provide better community-wide support
Provide information on resources for community members
Promote community inclusion
Who Should Attend?
People living with a mental health condition
Family members and people providing support
Faith communities, lay leaders, clergy and staff
Social agencies and chaplaincy
Educators and counselors
Students in the social work, nursing or healthcare industries
Supportive employment and housing agencies
Criminal justice and legal professionals
Do I need to register? YES.
All attendees must register
using the above link.
Please login 15 minutes prior to the conference
Check out our speakers from across the world!
Each track will have a moderator, so you can be included in an interactive Q&A "chat room."
The conference will be recorded and posted at a later date; however, CEUs will not apply.
Friday and Saturday
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
This year, we are live streaming our annual conference online!
Access to a smart phone, tablet
or laptop/desktop is needed.
CEUs CONFIRMED for LPC, LMFT & Social Workers!
Thanks to Texas A&M San Antonio, Counseling and Social Work Departments for being our CEU provider!
Closer to the conference, you will be asked if attendance is connected to receiving CEUs – This year has very specific rules we have to enforce as a result of this virtual environment, so stay tuned!