Thank you for joining us for our 28th installment of the D4 Community Connects neighborhood leaders call. Thank you for spending your evening with us. These calls feature updates on the work of my office and the County at large, expanded space for Q&A and discussion, and a special guest representing one of the County’s 40 departments!
Today’s guest is from our Department of Behavioral Health, a critical service the County offers to our 1.9 million residents.
The mission of the Department of Behavioral Health Services is to assist individuals in our community affected by mental illness and serious emotional disturbance to achieve their hopes, dreams and quality of life goals. To accomplish this, services are delivered in the least restrictive, non-stigmatizing, most accessible environment within a coordinated system of community and self-care, respectful of a person's family and loved ones, language, culture, ethnicity, gender and sexual identity.
Here is the presentation they provided during the call:
UPDATES PORTION OF THE CALL
For any additional questions, please reach out to Basil Saleh and we will follow-up with responses in a timely fashion.
Save the Date:
Our next installment of the D4 Community Connects call takes place on Feb. 18, featuring a special guest from the Public Defenders Office. Please RSVP here: www.eventbrite.com/e/d4-community-connects-tickets-138654548487
READ PREVIOUS D4 COMMUNITY CONNECTS PRESENTATIONS:
Office of Adult and Aging Services
Consumer and Environmental Protection Agency
Registrar of Voters
Department of Roads and Airports
Office of Supportive Housing
Office of Reentry Services