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Sponsorship Opportunities

Dear Prospective Sponsor, 

On behalf of GOBHI (Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc.), we appreciate you taking a look at partnering with us as a sponsor for the 2017 GOBHI Spring Conference. The conference will be held at The Riverhouse Convention Center in Bend, Oregon, May 17-19, 2017.

We are excited to announce that the Honorable Patrick J. Kennedy, former United States Representative, Rhode Island; Co-founder, One Mind; and Founder, Kennedy Forum will be the Keynote Speaker on May 18th.  Mr. Kennedy is the nation’s leading political voice on mental illness, addiction, and other brain diseases. Due to Mr. Kennedy’s high profile within the behavioral health community, we are anticipating record attendance at this year’s conference.

Packages


Sponsorship packages have been enhanced to give your investment a broader selection of sponsorship opportunities. They are designed to help you increase your networking opportunities and capture the attention of stakeholders, practitioners, and community partners.

Gold Sponsor contributing $2,000 or more

  • Full-page color advertisement in the conference program

  • One skirted table to display and/or demonstrate your program or products

  • Inclusion on the “Logo” banner displayed at the conference

Silver Sponsor contributing $1,500 or more

  • Half-page color advertisement in the conference program

  • One skirted table to display and/or demonstrate your program or products

  • Inclusion on the “Logo” banner displayed at the conference

Bronze Sponsor contributing $500 or more

  • One skirted table to display and/or demonstrate your program or products

  • Optional add-on of a half ($500) or quarter ($300) page advertisement in the conference program


Benefits of Sponsorship Packages include: A complimentary registration (meals included) for one exhibitor. Additional vendor registrations (meals included) may be purchased for $149 up to 3 representatives per booth. Sponsor’s logo to appear in “Thank You to Our Sponsors” section in the conference program and placement on the registration website.


Advertisement Sponsor only – Half ($500) or quarter ($300) page advertisement in the conference program. The conference program booklet will be available at the conference registration table for all attendees and will include the conference agenda, speaker biographies, and other useful information for participants.

Please note: Vendor tables are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. To register for sponsorship, click on the registration button below. To review the agenda, workshop schedule, biographies of speakers, and other information, please go to: https://gobhi17eventgrid.com

 

For additional information please contact Patrick W. Kennedy, Project Coordinator.
541-298-2101
patrick.kennedy@gobhi.net

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Keynote speaker
The Honorable Patrick J. Kennedy

Former United States Representative, Rhode Island; Co-Founder, One Mind; and Founder, Kennedy Forum

Thursday, May 18th


The Honorable Patrick J. Kennedy is a former member of the U.S. House of Representatives and the nation’s leading political voice on mental illness, addiction, and other brain diseases. During his 16-year career representing Rhode Island in Congress, he fought a national battle to end medical and societal discrimination against these illnesses, highlighted by his lead sponsorship of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008--and his brave openness about his own health challenges.

The son of Senator Edward “Ted” Kennedy, he decided to leave Congress not long after his father’s death to devote his career to advocacy for brain diseases and to create a new, healthier life and start a family. He has since founded the Kennedy Forum, which unites the community of mental health, and co-founded One Mind for Research, a global leader in open science collaboration in brain research. Kennedy is also the co-author of “A Common Struggle,” which outlines both his personal story and a bold plan for the future of mental health in America. Patrick lives in New Jersey with his wife, Amy, and their four children.

Following his speech, a book signing will be held, and copies of "A Common Struggle" will be available for purchase.
Location
Riverhouse on the Deschutes
3075 N. Hwy 97, Bend, OR 97703, United States
Organizers
GOBHI
http://gobhi.org/
Contact The Organizer
401 E 3rd St
Suite 101
The Dalles, OR 97058
United States
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