Registration is now open for the 5th annual Judicial Summit on Mental Health, hosted by the Texas Judicial Commission on Mental Health, or JCMH, that will be held November 2-4, 2022, at the Great Wolf Lodge in Grapevine.

The JCMH, a joint commission under the Texas Supreme Court and the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, is hosting this year’s event in hybrid format. In-person capacity is limited, but those who are unable to attend in person can register for the virtual live stream option.

The summit will include opportunities to connect with colleagues, obtain new resources, and engage in learning sessions. Participants will receive tools to help navigate the complex mental health laws.

In 2021, the summit drew approximately 1,400 judges and stakeholders from across Texas and the U.S. This group of attendees included judges from all levels of the judiciary, academics, law enforcement, advocacy groups, prosecutors, defense attorneys, mental health service providers, representatives from various state agencies, policymakers, and many others.

For more information on the JCMH, the summit, hotel accommodations, or to register for this year’s event, go to