A monthly public policy newsletter from the Mental Health Association in Michigan (MHAM) Annual Membership Meeting – May 16 Please join us May 16 for the MHAM Annual Membership Meeting, immediately followed by two educational presentations. There is no cost and non-members are welcome. The meeting begins at 3:00, Hyatt Place Detroit/Livonia, 19300 Haggerty Rd., Livonia, MI 48152. Our educational presenters are: Mark Cody, J.D., Michigan Protection & Advocacy, who will update the status of a lawsuit on children’s mental health service deficiencies; and Alan Bolter, Community Mental Health Association of Michigan, presenting on problems with funding of CMH services. […]
This video provides guidance on how to start and run a Schizophrenia Alliance Peer Self-help Support Group. There is an example meeting that helps Group Leaders see how a meeting is conducted.
a monthly public policy newsletter from the Mental Health Association in Michigan (MHAM) Vol. 2, No. 2 February 2019 Important New Michigan Report on Medication Access Released A report from a special, legislatively required workgroup on mental health medications has just been released. It supports the position MHAM and the behavioral health community have held for almost 20 years. Since 2004, Michigan Medicaid has carved out […]
By Gus Burns | email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org TITABAWASSEE TWP., MI — A steel door buzzes open. Dozens of inmates enter a white day room to visit with children, parents, wives and girlfriends. In shuffles Marquise Cromer, a 250-pound-plus, 6-foot-3 convicted cop killer. The 23-year-old Detroit man sits in a chair that seems much too small for him. He’s shy. Cromer’s eyes are dark and wide, his soft black hair twisted into short dreadlocks, his face pudgy. Cromer was a lot thinner in his mugshot. He takes anti-psychotic drugs now that he’s behind bars; weight gain is a side-effect. His absent gaze shifts between […]