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Conferences 2017-09-21T19:38:21+00:00

Join us for our 2017 Case Management Conference: Coordinating Care for Better Outcomes, held in partnership with the Baptist Health Center for WellBeing, November 2-3 at Young Meadows Presbyterian Church. For questions about attending, exhibiting, or sponsorship opportunities, please call 334-293-6502.



8:30am-12pm – “Resources Day”
15-minute presentations by various service providers so you can learn about the resources available to you and your organization. You may register for just this portion of the conference.

12-1pm – Lunch
Lunch provided for Resources Day-only and full conference attendees.

1-4:30pm – CMC Begins
The Case Management Conference begins with presenters from across the state and many different fields for the full conference.


Full day of conference with presenters from across the state and many different fields for those registered for the full conference.

The full schedule will be available soon! Check back on this page or join our e-newsletter to stay up to date on all conference news!


This year’s Case Management Conference will be held at Young Meadows Presbyterian church, located at 5780 Vaughn Rd, Montgomery, AL 36116.


Early Bird Pricing
(Ends 10/20)
Regular Pricing
(After 10/20)
Requested CECs
(Add $15)
Resources Day Only
8:30am-12pm sessions on Thursday + lunch only
Add $15 for CECs
Add $15 for CECs
Social Work & General: 2.75
Nurses: 3.3
Full Conference
Resources Day sessions + lunch on Thursday included
Add $15 for CECs
Add $15 for CECs
Social Work & General: 8.5
Nurses: 10.2
Includes 1 table and 2 chairs both days
Add $10 per person for Thursday lunch, if requested
$50 (nonprofits)
$125 (all others)
$50 (nonprofits)
$125 (all others)


Registration opens soon.


Exhibitor list coming soon.

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