The 4th Annual Napa Valley Wellness Conference will bring together educators, administrators, practitioners, and student leaders for a comprehensive two-day Wellness Conference to elevate school-based mental health programs and showcase youth voice. Napa County is known for exceptional youth-driven wellness centers, universal mental health screenings, school-based community provider services, and youth leadership around mental health stigma. The event will feature a screening of the documentary, RACE To Be Human, and a youth panel discussion about the intersection of racism and mental health.
Discounted early registration now online. Secure your spot today!
Directed by Scilla Andreen, RACE to Be Human addresses the apprehension and confusion so many of us feel when it comes to talking about race and racism. The film program examines micro-aggressions, allyship, the role of social media, and more. It also shares how we can promote curiosity, self-reflection, and empathy through conversations at home, school and work.
Shawn Ginwright, PhD is one of the nation’s leading innovators, provocateurs, and thought leaders on African American youth, youth activism, and youth development. He is Professor of Education in the Africana Studies Department and a Senior Research Associate at San Francisco State University. His research examines the ways in which youth in urban communities navigate through the constraints of poverty and struggle to create equality and justice in their schools and communities.
Don’t miss out on early access, discounted registration. All tickets include access to our two day conference at the world-renowned Culinary Institute of America COPIA facility in beautiful Napa Valley.
Lodging not included in registration, however, CIA at Copia is located in downtown Napa. Please see available hotels here.
Calling all youth mental health champions! We want YOU to share your insights and expertese at the 4th Annual Napa Valley Wellness Conference. Join us as we learn from leading experts, accomplished educators, and youth ambassadors as we all look to better our practice, deepen our impact, and expand access for youth mental health resources.