The goal of this Cultural Competence & Mental Health Southern Region Summit XVIII (CCMH Summit XVIII) was to answer the call to reduce behavioral health disparities for African-Americans and Latinos, which are among two of five historically under-served communities in California. In line with the Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) component of the MHSA, the CCMH Summit XVIII presented community informed practices in the African-American and Latino communities that addressed behavioral health care through prevention and early intervention strategies.
This Evaluation Summary Report is based upon the Evaluation responses collected from attendees of the Summit. A total of 775 evaluations were collected, of which 651 were institute and workshop evaluations and 119 were overall summit evaluations. Please note responses submitted by attendees were left in their original format. Feedback regarding the Summit was tremendously positive from venue and logistics to keynotes and presentations. Attendees left the Summit with a renewed passion for their work and new tools and insights for working with their communities.