CCMH would like to congratulate the winners of the 2015 CCMH Poster Contest!
We would also like to thank all of the students within our community who participated; all of these students utilized their artistic talents to not only create something that is beautiful to the eye, but furthered the awareness of mental health. CCMH sincerely appreciates your continued efforts to further our mission to educate, advocate, and support; there is no effort, whether it is large or small, that goes unrecognized and again we thank you!
The parent program "No One Starts with Heroin" will be Wednesday, April 22nd at Hudson High School in the Media Center.
- 6:00 PM:
Doors will open at 6:00 PM for a Resource Fair where attendees will be able to obtain information pertaining to addiction and mental wellness from a variety of sources.
- 7:00 PM:
The program will then begin at 7:00 PM and last approximately 90 minutes. Following the program, attendees will also have time to visit the resource fair. The program will be in panel format and speakers are anticipated to include the following: a physician (to discuss addiction), a judge, a young man who was previously addicted who is now sober and a parent.
Community members with an interest in children's mental health and wellness are invited to attend an introductory session about the organization's goals and future plans. CCMH is dedicated to increasing awareness of behavioral and emotional disorders in children and youth in the community. This will be followed by a Q&A session about children's mental health featuring CCMH Board Members and practicing child psychologists, Drs. Carol O'Connell and Tara Tozzi.