Events

i2i events convene a broad spectrum of leaders in collaborative settings to address the ever-changing landscape in behavioral, I-DD, and primary healthcare.

FREE Webinar July 29

Noon-1:00 p.m.

WEBINAR RECORDING

A to Zs of COVID-19 for Families and Individuals with I-DD

WEBINAR HANDOUTS

10 Tips to Support Someone During Times of Change

Webinar Slides

COVID-19 Disability Form

Emergency Communication Tool

How to Stay Healthy from COVID-19

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

The i2i Center, as part of the Cross-System Navigation grant from the NC Council on Developmental Disabilities, will be hosting this webinar. The webinar is targeted to individuals and family members with I-DD and will offer information on:

Presenters:
Ann Rodriguez, MHA, Assistant Director, i2i Center for Integrative Health
Kelly Friedlander, MSW, MPA, Project Director, Cross-System Navigation in a Managed Care Environment Initiative  
Cindy Ehlers, MS, LPC, Executive Vice President, Trillium Health Resources

Questions, email kelly@i2icenter.org

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I’m IN: Community Inclusion Webinar

FREE WEBINAR

Adapting Community Inclusion to Circumstances of 2020

June 25, 2020, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. EST

WEBINAR RECORDING

Community Inclusion (CI) is exactly what it sounds like; creating a community that includes everyone. Unfortunately, stigma and other issues present barriers for peers to participate in their own community. NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) NC Affiliates believe that everyone has a right to be included, regardless if someone is living with a mental illness or not. Furthermore, studies show that peers that participate in their communities are more likely to find recovery and have an improved quality of life. CI is changing the way we look at recovery, and even more, it is changing the way we look at mental illness. Instead of telling peers how they should act to “fit” into a community, we are asking the communities to change their perspectives about mental illness and create more welcoming and embracing environments for everyone.

Over the past few months, NAMI NC has trained 13 different NAMI NC affiliates on how to become CI Champions. Through grants funded by NCDHHS and SAMSHA, 5 NAMI NC affiliates are working hard to create CI projects in their own area. Join us for a webinar lead by i2i and NAMI NC CI leaders to learn about the CI projects currently happening locally. We will be discussing the challenges that COVID-19 and other hurdles 2020 has presented, and how to adapt to these conditions. NAMI NC is committed to the Community Inclusion movement, even through this pandemic, until those with serious mental illness can participate in their communities just like everyone else. 

Re-Imagining Community:  Supporting Meaningful Participation of People with Mental Illness (and all of us) Now! 

May 26th Webinar Moving from the Margins: Creating Community Power Points

Webinar Recording May 26th

Recording password – 7R$3j@^#

April 14th Webinar Recording

April 14th Webinar Power Point Slides

2019 Spring Conference

June 10 - 11, 2019 in Raleigh

Conference and Exhibition

Pinehurst Resort

2018 Conference & Exhibition Conference and Expo

December 5-7, 2018 (pre-con Day, Dec. 4th)

Call to make reservations: 1-855-287-1286; Use Booking ID #62463

Call for presentations (PDF)

Click below for the Hotel Reservation Form!

2020 Spring Conference

i2i 3Cs of Success Spring Conference

June 15- 16, 2020 in Raleigh

Nuts and Bolts of Behavioral Health & I-DD for Legislators

An event for legislators only to refresh on key terms related to the current structure of NC’s public BH/IDD system and how it will change under the new proposal.