Registration: 2018 Conference Registration
Conference Hotel: Courtyard Washington, DC/Foggy Bottom for 205.00 USD - 215.00 USD per night
Muslim Mental Health Room Block: Start date: 3/14/18; End date: 3/17/18
Last day to book: 2/9/18
Marriott hotel(s) offering special group rate:
Courtyard Washington, DC/Foggy Bottom for 205.00 USD - 215.00 USD per night
Conference Program: The program is now being finalized. Check back for updates.
An 8-hour Mental Health First Responder training for faith & community leaders will be held on March 15, 2018
For a flyer describing this training and registration information, click here
Exhibitors, Sponsorships, Advertisement Opportunities:
Click here for additional details on Exhibits and Sponsorships.
The Muslim Mental Health Conference is presented in partnership with the Institute of Muslim Mental Health; and co-sponsored by the American Psychiatric Association Division of Diversity and Health Equity, MSU Department of Psychiatry, MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine, MSU College of Human Medicine, MSU Office of the Vice President of Research & Graduate Studies, MSU Provost Office, MSU African Studies Center, MSU Department of Psychology, MSU Muslim Studies Program, MSU Department of Social Work, MSU Asian Studies Center, MSU Center for Gender in Global Context and MSU Office for Inclusion & Intercultural Initiatives.
The host Islamic Center for the conference is the Adams Center (All Dulles Area Muslim Society) in Sterling, Virginia, which is the third-largest mosque in America. The hosting imam is Imam Mohamed Magid.
Supporting organizations include: American Muslim Health Professionals (AMHP), Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU), ACCESS Community Health and Research Center, Common Bond Institute, and ISSA (Islamic Social Service Association).
Additional International Muslim Mental Health Conferences in 2018
Dubai: October 15-16, 2018, MSU-Dubai, Knowledge Village, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Theme: "Global Mental Health"
Disclaimer: The Muslim Mental Health Conference is not affiliated with or sponsored by the US Institute of Peace.