April 17 Meeting @ Englewood Mental Health Center

The next monthly meeting of the Community Mental Health Board will take place on Monday, April 17, 2017, at Englewood Mental Health Center, at 11:00 am.

Englewood Mental Health Center is located at
641 W. 63rd St
Chicago,IL 60621.
Phone: 312-747-7496
Hours of Operation
8:30-4:30, Monday-Friday

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Englewood+Mental+Health+Clinic/

http://www.carf.org/providerProfile.aspx?cid=25548

Community Mental Health Meeting – Greater Grand Mental Health Center

The next meeting of the Community Mental Health Board will take place on Monday, March 20, 2017, at Greater Grand Mental Health Center, at 11:00 am.
Address: 4314 S Cottage Grove Ave, Chicago, IL 60653 (MLKing Center)
 
 
 

Meeting -Greater Lawn Mental Health Center

Community Mental Health Board of Chicago Meeting

Monday, February 27, 2017, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Greater Lawn Mental Health Center

4150 W 55th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60632

Agenda

Welcome and introductions

Approval of January 2017 meeting minutes

Approval of the agenda

Greater Lawn Mental Health Center – What’s working? What needs work?

              (center director and center community)

Review of Mission /Board operations

Discussion of goals for the calendar year

CDPH operated mental health centers as mental health first responders

CDPH operated mental health centers and managed care enrollment

CDPH mental health centers: What’s working? What needs work?

(Beginning) Review of CARF Summary and Quality Improvement Plan

Clinician Task Force Strategies

CDPH Updates:

What are the CDPH long term plans for the city centers?

CDPH – Family Services and Support Centers integration

Community Outreach

Roseland Mental Health Center follow up report from the deputy administrator.

Medicaid managed care enrollment

Monthly reports of staffing and service utilization and referrals

Service billing and fees

Lawndale facility and signage

Mayor’s Mental Health Steering Committee

West Side Outreach Project

Cook County mental health services:

(a) assisted (aka involuntary)outpatient treatment

(b) community triage

(c) community mental health and substance use services

Announcements

Next meeting date

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(please see hyperlinks abovefor  Mission, CARF, and monthly stats)

Mental Health Movement BODY BAG Memorial

THE BODY BAG PROJECT

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.

S.T.O.P. will provide a bus leaving at 9:30am from the office at 602 East 61st St. Body Bags will contain: mementos of people who suffered the injustice along with the date of incident and description of the injustice; The Mental Health Movement is bringing together Chicago residents, Community organizations and religious leaders to honor all those who have been harmed by the current administration’s practices and policies and to call for healing in Chicago. In a 5 hour peace-filled citizen event, people will share stories to help them heal. Each story will include contact information to allow the mayor’s administration to contact people.  For more information please call N’Dana Carter at 773-366-5183 – Mental Health Movement