Your interest, care and involvement can make a difference in the lives of people with bipolar disorder. This one-hour breakfast gives anyone in our community who is interested in mental health the chance to hear about the challenges in the behavioral health care system. But you’ll also hear about how different organizations have collaborated with each other to address those challenges and meet the complex needs of people who have traditionally been underserved. We, at the Sutherland Center, especially, have made positive impacts with regard to treating bipolar disorder. Join us for this informative and inspiring presentation, and let’s make connections for positive change!
About Our Guest Speaker
Matt Vogl, MPH, is the Executive Director of the newly formed National Behavioral Health Innovation Center at the Medical Campus, University of Colorado, Denver. Matt was part of the original team that conceived and developed the NBHIC. He is passionate about the opportunity to help support communities in building on their assets to help make Colorado the nation’s leader in implementing innovative solutions to longstanding behavioral health challenges. Matt brings to this role extensive leadership experience in public health, replication and evaluation of evidence-based programs, and behavioral health prevention and early intervention.