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Behavioral Health, Montgomery Behavioral Health, Montgomery Behavioral Health, Montgomery
County Department for BH/DD, County Department for BH/DD, County Department for BH/DD, & the Southeast Regional & the Southeast Regional & the Southeast Regional Mental Health Services Coordination Office Mental Health Services Coordination Office Mental Health Services Coordination OfficeClick Here for: Mental Health First Aid 2018 Fall Training Calendar
Boscov’s Friends Helping Friends
Support NAMI of PA Montgomery County and get 25% off to Boscov’s!
Boscov’s Friends Helping Friends program:Your $5 Donation gives you a 25% off Shopping Pass to use at any Boscov’s Location on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 from 8am to 11pm. Plus free refreshments & door prizes including three $500 Shopping Sprees.
Your entire donation goes directly to NAMI of PA Montgomery County’s programs & events which are offered to all in the community at no cost.
Shopping passes available through:
- NAMI Office, 100 W Main St, Suite 204, Lansdale PA 19446
- online: click HERE (please note, donation amount is $6 online to cover transaction & postage costs)
- NAMI volunteers in the community
Questions, contact Ellen Roberts, Development Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
All activities are FREE!
- Physical health screenings
- Behavioral health screenings
- Community resources
- Tobacco dependence support
- Games, crafts and face painting
- Food sampling
For more information, contact Peggy Walsh at MWalsh@MagellanHealth.com or 215-504-3900
Sponsored by Magellan Behavioral Health of Pennsylvania, Inc. & Montgomery County Office of Managed Care Solutions,
Drug & Alcohol and MH/DD
Candidate Forum on Mental and Behavioral Health
Come hear Candidates talk about their policies for mental health and substance use disorders
Hosted by Mental Health Partnerships, NAMI MontCo, NAMI Main Line, and Hopeworx
Click here for flyer: Montco Candidate Forum
The Ellipses Ensemble is a chamber music ensemble devoted to raising awareness of mental health and celebrating the intersection of music, mental health, and creative storytelling. With the goal of letting people know, “There is more” — more to the story being told about mental illness and suicide in America, there is more to every human being than what we see on the surface, or what we hear when we ask, “How are you doing?”, there is more to your story.
The concert will feature string quartet, flute, harp, clarinet playing works by Ravel, Ginastera, Glazunov, Sullivan, and Schubert. In between pieces, short subject OC87 Recovery Diaries original mental health documentaries will be shown, followed by a short talk on mental health and stigma reduction. All concert attendees will receive not only a program of the event, but local mental health resources, some warning signs of suicide, and other information regarding mental health support.
There is no charge for these concerts– donations welcomed for Prevent Suicide PA, a statewide organization whose sole aim is to prevent suicide through outreach, advocacy, education, and training.