At NatCon19, WE celebrated our collective efforts to expand access to comprehensive, high-quality care for all Americans and impact change in our communities. Now it’s time that WE go to Capitol Hill and advocate for those who need us.
What started as a small group of inspired advocates 15 years ago has blossomed into the nation’s leading behavioral health advocacy event of the year with more than 600 attendees from across the United States.
Over the past 15 years, Hill Day has helped pass laws, create new programs, bolster the workforce and increase federal spending on behavioral health programs. The best part about Hill Day is that everyone can participate! From community providers and clinicians, to administrators and board members, to friends and family members – everyone is welcome!
National Council Director of Federal Policy and Advocacy Michael Petruzzelli is inviting you to raise your voice and be heard in the halls of Congress at Hill Day 2019. Join us September 17-18 in Washington, D.C., for two days of face-to-face advocacy. If you haven’t already, register for Hill Day 19 today and book your room. If you have any questions, please contact Michael Petruzzelli at MichaelP@TheNationalCouncil.
These two days are packed with everything you have come to expect from the largest behavioral health advocacy event of the year – and more!
You’ll have exclusive access to one of the sharpest political analysts in American media today, Nicolle Wallace – a visionary speaker and policy trailblazer who will give insight on the current political landscape and what it means in 2020 and beyond.
Plus, you will …
- Experience the insight of unequaled speakers. Hill Day brings you access to our nation’s leaders, top political minds and most effective professional advocates.
- Get the inside scoop on the 2020 presidential campaign. Learn how to prepare for the newest policy trends in Washington, D.C., and across the country.
- Meet with your members of Congress and their staff. Don’t miss the chance to speak directly to your representatives about the issues that matter to you most.
- Network with other advocates from your state. Hill Day is a great way to build your network and have plenty of fun!
“Tough, savvy, and hard-charging conservative political operator.”
“A rare talent in politics.”
After years in the White House and months on presidential campaign trails, Nicolle Wallace probably has a few stories.
And while Hill Day 2019, September 17-18, won’t include tours of the West Wing or rides on a campaign tour bus, you will get to hear from Nicolle Wallace, NBC Political Analyst and host of MSNBC’s Deadline: White House!
Wallace has earned a reputation as one of the sharpest analysts in American media today. Praised as a “tough, savvy and hard-charging conservative political operator,” she is recognized as a “rare talent in politics.”
At Hill Day 2019, you’ll get to see that talent up close and in person! Wallace is a master storyteller as she looks at the latest in politics and the media and offers audiences the rundown on today’s biggest players and issues.
Don’t miss this chance to hear from one of the most visible faces on cable news today, NBC’s Nicolle Wallace.
Questions? Contact Michael Petruzzelli at MichaelP@TheNationalCouncil.
The National Council for Behavioral Health’s Hill Day is held in partnership with: Addiction Policy Forum, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, American Association of Suicidology, American Counseling Association, Anxiety and Depression Association of America, Association for Behavioral Health and Wellness, Clubhouse International, Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance, Faces & Voices of Recovery, Family Focused Treatment Association, FREDLA, International Bipolar Foundation, International OCD Foundation, The Kennedy Forum, Legal Action Center, Mental Health America, National Alliance on Mental Illness, National Association of Social Workers, National Board for Certified Counselors, Network for Social Work Management, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association, Shatterproof and Youth Move National.