Reimagine Youth Wellness: A Caring Adults Summit
The Community Health Education and Resiliency Program (CHERP) at the Albuquerque Area Indian Health Board, Inc. (AAIHB), will host the Reimagine Youth Wellness: A Caring Adults Summit, from November 8-9, 2023 at the Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza. The summit will focus on innovative ways to support youth in Native communities with the underlying goal of reducing risks related to suicide and substance use.
The purpose of the summit is two-fold: 1) to educate adults who work with Native youth about programs, strategies, models, and frameworks that promote positive outcomes for youth; and 2) to build community and strengthen our networks for supporting each other in this work.
Presenters have been selected for their expertise in issues that impact Native youth, and alternative approaches that are strengths based and trauma informed. We are building an engaging, informative, and motivating agenda, that will provide new tools and insights that will help adults improve their ability to support and care for our youth.
Any adults who work with youth are welcome to attend including teachers, administrators, coaches, after-school program staff, social workers, and more.
Registration is CLOSED.
Thank you for registering for the Summit. We look forward to seeing you in Santa Fe.
The 2023 Reimagine Youth Wellness: A Caring Adults Summit will take place at the Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza
100 Sandoval Street
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
The hotel also has an $18 overnight parking fee.
The hotel block has expired.
Room, tax, and parking fees are not the responsibility of the Albuquerque Area Indian Health Board or the Community Health Education and Resiliency Program. CHERP will not change reservations booked outside of our block to our group rates.
Written cancellations should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancellation notifications are encouraged so that room can be made for individuals on the summit wait list. It is the responsibility of the individual to notify the hotel of reservation cancellations at least 48 hours before scheduled check-in date to avoid incurring any costs.
The Community Health Education and Resiliency Program is committed to providing a safe environment for participants of the summit. While not required, all participants are encouraged to be up-to-date on current COVID-19 vaccinations. All summit participants will be required to wear face masks at all summit activities at the Hilton Santa Fe.
Face masks and COVID-19 rapid tests will be available at the summit registration desk.