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The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Chicago provides education, information and hope to those impacted by mental illness. Helpline: 312-563-0445
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Ms. Toya 👠 Jul 8
"The Chicago Police Department must make fundamental changes in the way it cares for the of its officers", as it faces a recent cluster of , and needs to go beyond what is required by a pending federal court order. via
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David T. Kindler Jun 16
I'm on a roll with this new mayor. Second event with her and another great smile. Holding hands with and @ajames1226 would make anyone smile though. .live
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Mayor Lori Lightfoot Jun 11
Improving our city's mental health system to benefit all Chicagoans can only happen by tackling stigmas and and by working together, hand-in-hand.
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Jeff Thompson, Ph.D. Jun 12
“Nobody ‘committed suicide.’They didn’t commit a crime. They died by suicide.” Bravo 🙌🙌 Alexa James of helping promote using the right language when talking about suicide. It matters.
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Talk To Me Jun 12
We are proud to be in Chicago with & , plus law enforcement agencies from across the country — we are all united in our dedication to in policing and promote officer .
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Young Invincibles May 23
We're thrilled that The Mental Health Early Action on Campus Act, , just passed UNANIMOUSLY through the Illinois Senate! Now on to for signing! Many thanks to , , and to everyone who took action to support this bill!
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Berto Aguayo May 17
Recommendation from Health & Human Services Transition Committee to : Comprehensive response to trauma for those who have experienced gun violence, domestic or child abuse, discrimination, homophobia, homelessness, or racism. ✊🏾✊🏿✊🏻
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NAMI Chicago May 17
Very proud of our transition members and community members for input and wisdom in creating a comprehensive report for dreams of our city.
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Irish Community Services - MW Apr 16
This week, HeadTalk, our year-long outreach campaign on mental health, draws to a close with two community trainings in partnership with . HeadTalk may be ending but is committed to keeping the conversation on mental health going
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Lt. Governor Juliana Stratton Apr 26
Congratulations to Quinn Rallins, Director of our Justice, Equity & Opportunity Initiative, on being one of ’s 2019 “Light the Darkness” honorees! We are so very proud of you and your work to improve the lives of those affected by mental illness!
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UChicago Civic Engagement Apr 26
Congrats to Police Chief Kenton Rainey for being honored as Crisis Intervention Team Officer of the Year. Over the course of 2 years under Rainey's leadership, every UCPD officer has received 40 hours of training on how to handle mental health crises.
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David T. Kindler Apr 26
It's nice when the new Mayor of Chicago can smile and show up to an event and be fully present. I think she'll do well. Also, is one of the greatest organizations in Chicago.
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Chicago OEMC Apr 25
Executive Director Rich Guidice accepts an award from ⁦⁩ honoring Chicago's 911 leadership & staff for their outstanding work around mental health awareness as they assist residents in crisis and our Police and Fire Departments responding to scene.
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Chantal Forster Apr 25
“I will not rest - this administration will not rest - until we have realized quality mental healthcare for our residents.” - at
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Thresholds Apr 20
Thresholds’ Amber from Public Policy and José from the Youth & Young Adults Program presented at a community forum on supporting on campus and in the community. Thanks for hosting and to partnering organizations and
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NAMI Chicago Apr 18
This human! Amy! You are an amazing woman! Chicago is so lucky to have you guiding our officers and residents to health and safety everyday!
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NAMI Chicago Apr 18
We LOVE our community and the amazing responders Thank you for stepping up up everyday to keep us safe. We are so proud to honor you next week!
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Erin Steva Apr 9
Campus-based mental health bill passes out of the House, 110-0. Big win for young adults eager to thrive in the classroom and their communities.
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Emanuel Chris Welch Apr 5
Thanks to , , and all of the participating partners for asking me to speak during the Rally for Higher Education. To ensure student success in college, we have to fight for more mental health resources and funding for our students.
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IL Healthy Minds Healthy Lives Coalition Mar 29
Join HMHL Coalition and advocates from across on April 4 in Springfield to support , The Mental Health Early Action on Campus Act! Contact tony@namichicago.org for details. TY to bill sponsor for his leadership!
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