The rally will begin with remarks from Governor Mike Beebe and representatives from the Department of Human Services (DHS) and the DHS Division of Behavioral Health Services. “This is always an important event and especially now as we continue to advocate for funding to continue to provide these critical services to our most vulnerable,” said Pam Christie, Executive Director of the Mental Health Council of Arkansas. “Over 75,000 Arkansans and their families receive community based mental health services each year. This is an important day as we focus on supporting those
Mental Health Awareness Month began in 1949 to raise awareness about mental illness and the need for services throughout
More information can be obtained by calling Pam Christie at 501.372.7062 or visit the website.
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