Join Us: Philanthropy Summit 2018

Join Us: Philanthropy Summit 2018
Join us on October 18, 2018 for a series of conversations with needs and solutions in mind. Learn more from our nonprofit and human service leaders as we explore our community’s roadmap to behavioral health, teen wellness, and substance abuse. Be a part of the dialogue about why philanthropy matters, and how we can work together to strengthen our community.

Summit Details

Date:  October 18, 2018
Time:  9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Location:  Loudoun County Public Schools Administration Building, 21000 Education Court, Ashburn, VA 20148
Registration:  There is no cost to attend; however, registration required.  Register Here

Summit Preview

Registration 9:00 to 9:30. Program 9:30 to 1:00.

Census 2020Gary Bass, Executive Director of the Bauman Foundation, will kick off our morning with an overview of the importance and challenges of a fair and accurate count during the 2020 Census, and collaborative strategies to overcome those hurdles.

Teen WellnessSuzy Bartel of the Ryan Bartel Foundation will introduce us to practitioners who aid teens in our community. Panelists include Dr. John Walker (Loudoun County Department of Family Services), Tom Sweitzer (A Place to Be), and Jennifer Wall (Loudoun County Public Schools).

Substance Abuse:Stacey Metcalfe of Inova Health System will moderate a panel discussion focusing on trends and resources in our community to address substance abuse. Panelists include: Dan Luczak (Loudoun Club 12), Amy Paratore (HCA StoneSprings Hospital Center), and Jim Freeman (Loudoun County Community Corrections).

Behavioral HealthCarol Jameson of HealthWorks for Northern Virginia will help us understand some of the behavioral health services in our community. Panelists include: Joey Coburn (Friends of Loudoun Mental Health), Michelle Mullany (Inova Health System), and Margaret Graham (Loudoun County Department of Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Disability Services).

Lunch Keynote: Jim Freund, Chair of the Virginia State Addiction Policy Forum, will provide an overview of the Virginia State Addiction Policy Forum’s work to improve national policy through a comprehensive response that includes prevention, treatment, recovery, and criminal justice reform.

Close Out:  Patricia Mathews, CEO of the Northern Virginia Health Foundation, will close our session.

End of Program 1:00.

Questions?  Email Amy Owen or call 703-779-3505.

 

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