MAY 2- 3, 2024


Join us for a groundbreaking event set to revolutionize the Canadian mental health landscape, with a laser focus on the well-being of Black girls and women in Canada! The Udada Project extends an enthusiastic invitation to all stakeholders, enthusiasts, and mental health experts for an upcoming conference like no other.

Venue: White Oaks Conference Resort & Spa

253 Taylor Rd, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, L0S1J0, Canada

Purchase Your Tickets

Purchase Your Tickets

Secure your spot at our trailblazing event by grabbing your tickets before May 2, 2024.

Student Pass

CA$50.00 Sales end on May 2, 2024

Two-day pass

CA$220.00 Sales end on May 2, 2024

Day 1 All day pass

CA$110.00 Sales end on May 2, 2024

Day 2 All day pass

CA$110.00 Sales end on May 2, 2024

Tickets for Group of 3

CA$462.00 Sales end on May 2, 2024

Tickets for Group of 5

CA$770.00 Sales end on May 2, 2024

Tickets for Group of 7

CA$1,078.00 Sales end on May 2, 2024

Tickets for Group of 8

CA$1,232.00 Sales end on May 2, 2024

Tickets for Group of 10

CA$1,540.00 Sales end on May 2, 2024

What Is It About?

Brace yourself for a transformative experience at our conference. We are about to unveil the groundbreaking discoveries from our comprehensive evaluation report for the Udada Project, an initiative dedicated to completely redefining mental health support for Black girls and women in Canada.

Building an Inclusive Mental Health Landscape

Our conference theme, “Building an Inclusive Mental Health Landscape,” underscores our steadfast commitment to nurturing inclusivity and diversity within mental health practices and services. Get ready for dynamic discussions, fresh perspectives, and boundless collaborative opportunities as we collectively strive to construct a more inclusive and supportive mental health ecosystem for all Canadians.

Who Is It For?

  • Social workers
  • Educators
  • Mental health practitioners
  • Researchers
  • Psychologists
  • Psychiatrists
  • Counselors
  • Therapists
  • Policy makers
  • Advocates
  • Community organizers
  • Non-profit professionals
  • Healthcare professionals
  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Public health professionals
  • Government officials
  • Academics
  • Students
  • Activists
  • Diversity and inclusion specialists
  • Gender and women’s studies experts
  • Human rights advocates
  • Cultural competency trainers

Conference Speakers

Our distinguished speakers, luminaries in their fields, will unravel the complexities of work-life balance, peer support in addiction services, mental well-being, and the intersection of intimate partner violence and mental health among African, Caribbean, and Black women. Brace yourself for a poignant exploration led by brilliant minds, shaping a narrative that goes beyond discourse—a collective endeavor to reshape the mental health landscape. Join us for an unforgettable experience at Udada.