Silence The Shame Community Mental Health Fair & Symposium, May 6

Date: May 06, 2017

Time: 12:00 Noon

Join us in continuing to Silence The Shame. Silence The Shame Mental Health Symposium will feature the following:

  • Service providers will be on hand 12PM-2PM to answer questions & offer further information on: identifying symptoms, getting the help you need & how to help others.
  • Panel discussion will begin at 2PM with Mental Health Care professionals, members of the Faith community & other community leaders to educate & raise awareness around: Mental Health, treatment & the stigma & shame.

Featured Panelists:

  • Dr. Raphael G. Warnock – Senior Pastor Ebenezer Baptist Church
  • Dr. Keith Wood – Psychologist, Emory Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Emory BRain Health Center
  • Chamique Holdsclaw – Athlete/Author/Mental Health Advocate
  • Dr. Sarah Y. Vinson – Tripple Board Certified Child & Adolescent, Adult & Forensic Psychiatrist – Morehouse School of Medicine
  • Terressa Ford – Mental Health Advocate, CPS, CPRP
  • Dr. Joshua Murfree – Chief Operating Office, Fulton Dekalb Hospital Authority
  • Anjali Das Arnold – Mental Health Advocate
  • Pat Strode – NAMI Georgia, Inc.
  • Dr. Nadine J. Kaslow (Moderator) – Vice Chair Dept of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences Emory – Chief Psychologist Grady Memorial Hospital

Community partners for the event include: Grady Health System- Dept. of Behavioral Health Services ~ NAMI, Georgia, INC ~ Emory Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Emory Brain Health Center ~ Ebenezer Baptist Church ~ Savvy Foundation ~ Radio One Atlanta

#JoinTheConversation & Register Today!
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Jean Childs Young Middle School
3116 Benjamin E Mays Drive Southwest
Atlanta, GA 30311


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