Saturday, September 24, 2016
Christ Lutheran Church, 9212 Taylorsville Rd
$30.00 for current members/$35.00 non members/$10.00 CEU’s
Keynote Speaker – Paton Blough – Advocate for Mental Health Reform
Last day to register September 9th, to guarantee a lunch
The 6 week Basics class will start on Saturday, October 1 – Saturday, November 5 at the Seven Counties Building; 708 Magazine Street, 40203. The time is 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. . To sign up, please click on Education and Classes on the left hand side of screen and fill out the Application form.
Two Family-to-Family Classes Coming in September
F2F Tuesdays, September 13 – November 29, 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., at KentuckyOne Health/Our Lady of Peace, Peace Promises Program, 4606 Hazelwood Avenue, Louisville, KY 40215
DATE CHANGES F2F Wednesdays, September 21 – September 28; October 5 – November 16; November 30 and December 7 – 6:30 – 9:00 p.m.at Northeast YMCA, 9400 Mill Brook Road, Louisville, KY 40223
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We’ve sent 20,000 messages to Congress to urge them to reform mental health care.
We need to send 20,000 more.
Congress needs to see perfectly clearly how important mental health care is to our country. Congress doesn’t need glasses to see 20/20—it needs your advocacy.
Contact Chairman Fred Upton and Ranking Member Frank Pallone, two House Committee leaders who will help decide the future of health care reform, and urge them to move comprehensive mental health reform (HR 2646) forward.
With your help, the Read More
Legislators who make important decisions receive much of their information about mental illness the same way the general public does: through the media. While members of Congress also have staffers to study the issues, they rely on constituents for information. That means you. The best way to inform the legislators and give them an accurate picture of the reality of mental illness is to share with them the stories of those whom have had personal experiences with mental illness.
Why is it Read More
Long-awaited improvements in insurance coverage for mental conditions and addictions are expected to become more widely available this year as a result of two major steps that the Obama administration has taken.