The ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County and the City of Cleveland seek your input for their transformative Care Response program. Scheduled community meetings are your chance to shape this initiative before its launch in 2024. Your voice matters. These meetings offer a platform for you to share insights and experiences, ultimately shaping the program’s direction. Details for participation can be found on the ADAMHS Board website. Let’s come together to make a difference. By actively engaging in these conversations, we can contribute to a more compassionate and effective response to mental health and addiction crises in Cleveland.

Shape the Future of Mental Health Crisis Care in Cleveland

You’re Invited to a Critical Community Meeting

Join us on March 7, 2024, from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM via Zoom to play a pivotal role in transforming mental health crisis intervention in our community. This is your chance to contribute to a compassionate, health-first approach to crisis care.

Who Should Attend?
· Community Members
· Leaders
· Providers in the 44105 zip code

Why Your Participation Matters
The ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County and the City of Cleveland Department of Public Health are introducing a care response program, aimed at providing specialized, unarmed teams—including a licensed mental health professional and a peer support specialist—for mental health and addiction crises. Your input is vital in shaping this pilot program to ensure it meets our community’s unique needs and priorities.
Your Voice Matters
Your insights and feedback are crucial for the success of this initiative. Together, we can ensure the care response pilot program truly reflects and serves our community’s needs.

Link: Zoom

Written by : Save Our Families

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