Center for Family Life and Recovery, Inc.
Center for Family Life and Recovery, Inc.'s Open House and Informational Expo
05/23/2012 8:30 AM
05/23/2012 10:30 AM
The Center for Family Life and Recovery, Inc.’s Oneida County Prevention Council (OCPC) calls upon the entire Community to take action in celebrating Mental Health Awareness Month (May 2012) AND National Prevention Week (May 20-26, 2012). You and your
team are cordially invited to attend the agency’s community Open House and Informational Expo on Wednesday May 23, 2012 from 8:30AM – 10:30AM, at our main office in Utica (502 Court Street, Suite 401); to promote understanding of mental health issues and the
resources available to improve our communities’ health and well-being.
Mill Square Building
502 Court Street, Suite 401
Center for Family Life and Recovery, Inc.'s Oneida County Prevention Council (OCPC)
Type of Event:
8:30AM Open House Begins, 8:45AM Welcoming Remarks, 9:00AM Tour's of CFLR's Facilities, Meet n' Greet Staff and Informational Expo, and 10:30AM Conclusion of Event
Invited Officials / Presenters:
Onedia County Executive, Mr. Anthony J. Picente, Herkimer County Administrator, Mr. James Wallace, and CFLR's Board of Director's
Targeted participants for this year's event:
Invited Participants / Audience:
Community Partner's, Agencies, CFLR Sponsors and Donors, Local Media, and Members of the Community, at large
502 Court Street, Suite 401
Date of Post: 5/8/2012
News/Media Name: Oneida County Prevention Council Calls upon the Community to take Action in Celebrating Mental Health Awareness Month and National Prevention Week in May
Press Copy: May 2012 – Mental Health Awareness Month has been celebrated throughout the world for over 50 years. •In the United States, 26.2% of individuals over the age of 18 suffer from some form of mental illness, in any given year. •1 in 8 children living in the
United States suffers from an emotional or behavioral disorder. •In Oneida County, compared to the national average, our youth are at a higher risk of depression and serious contemplation of suicide, than ever before. As a community, our best chance of understanding
and preventing mental health issues – like depression and substance abuse, and breaking the stigma associated with them – is to openly discuss these issues & diminish the negative impact that mental disorders have on our children, families and the community.
The Oneida County Prevention Council (OCPC) aims to improve the mental health of our community through delivering substance abuse education, as well as substance abuse and violence prevention programs to local youth. The Center for Family Life and Recovery,
Inc. provides support, as well as substance abuse and mental health counseling, to individuals and families in need. The Center for Family Life and Recovery, Inc.’s Prevention Council, invites you to attend the agency’s community Open House and Informational
Expo during National Prevention Week (May 20–26) on Wednesday May 23, 2012 from 8:30AM – 10:30AM, at our main office in Utica (502 Court Street, Suite 401); to promote understanding of mental health issues and the resources available to improve our communities’
health and well-being.
Other Information: If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with the Oneida County Prevention Council Coordinator, Samantha McCarthy, call (315) 733 – 1709 or email email@example.com.
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