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JOIN US IN MEMORIALIZING THE CASUALTIES OF CITY ACTIONS

DON’T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO TELL YOUR STORY!

Come share your story – Rejoice in your survival – Sing a song – Recite a poem

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd
at 10:30AM TO 3:30PM

CITY HALL – 121 N. CLARK – 5th Floor

10:30 am Press Conference: CDPH Mental Health Clinics

11:00 am Memorial Service: 10:30AM UNTIL 3:30PM

A peace-filled event: Singing, Sharing stories, Poetry Reading — In your words how this administration has harmed people: MURDERING THE MENTALLY ILL; CLOSED MENTAL HEALTH CLINICS; CLOSED 50 SCHOOLS; EXCESSIVE TRAFFIC STOPS IN POOR COMMUNITIES; INCREASED TAXES; NO HOUSING FOR THE POOR; MURDERING YOUTH & SENIORS; NO JOBS THAT ALLOW PEOPLE TO BE INDEPENDENT; SPENT $13 MILLION FOR MORE POLICE WEAPONS, LAID OFF THOUSANDS;

Bring all bags to the 5th floor of city hall between 9:15am and 2:00pm. The bags are plain black garbage bags.

At the end of the Memorial Service the body bags will be given to Mayor Emmanuel so he can learn how his actions have hurt so many people in Chicago.

People can contribute their memorabilia to the Mental Health Movement’s body bags.

North River Expanded Mental Health Services Program Governing Commission MeetingChicago, IL 60641

Community Mental Health Board of Chicago meetingCDPH Board Room, 2nd floor

Mental Health Safety Net Ordinance 2016-222

Mental Health Movement Response to Mayor Emanuel Statement on Mental Health Reforms

Mental Health Movement holds memorial for “casualties of City actions”

Notice of Monthly Meeting

Where: The DePaul Center, 333 S. State St.
CDPH Board Room, 2nd Floor

The agenda will include prospective plans for the department’s mental health program, status of applications for network linkages, psychiatric staffing, other staffing and service issues.

Public meeting:

North River Expanded Mental Health Services Program Governing Commission

Governing Commission Meeting

Wednesday:

St. John’s Episcopal Church Parish Hall

3857 N. Kostner Avenue

Chicago, IL 60641

[The Kedzie Center is a public center with geo-boundaries]

COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH BOARD OF CHICAGO
NOTICE OF MONTHLY MEETING

WHERE: THE DePAUL CENTER, 333 S. STATE STREET
CDPH BOARD ROOM, 2nd FLOOR
THE AGENDA WILL INCLUDE DISCUSSION OF THE CITY AND STATE
BUDGETS; STATUS OF THE COOK COUNTY CARE AND OTHER
NETWORK APPLICATIONS; PSYCHIATRIC STAFFING; OTHER
STAFFING AND SERVICE ISSUES.

CDPH BOARD ROOM, 2nd FLOOR

Proposed Meeting Agenda​:​

Clinic Director’s Report​
​[​Perspective of persons served​]​

Administrative Reports:
Service Quality Monitoring (as per Dr. Morita on 9/3/15) ​
Department Quality Monitoring and Improvement Activities and Outcomes
Outreach and Follow up {“identifying and engaging vulnerable populations who are out of care”}

​Response of Department to Recently Published Post-Payment Review Findings​/​Plans of Correction​​
[​Quality ​Perspective/Re​commendations​ ​from persons served​]​

2015 and 2016 CDPH Mental Health Centers Budget ​
Review of Appropriations, Expenditure​s​, Revenues by Funding Source – Line Item by Mental Health Center and Central Office​
​[Plans to provide services under contract?]

Update on status of enrollment in Medicaid managed care plans
Update on health center psychiatry coverage​ – recruitment activities

Source: chicagomentalhealth.wordpress.com
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