Annual Legislative Breakfast on Mental Health

AT-A-GLANCE
WHAT:       39th Annual Legislative Breakfast on Mental Health
                  Buffet Breakfast served
                  THEME: TBA
                  FOR QUESTIONS, EMAIL:  info@legislativebreakfastmh.org
                  or call 919.245.0072

WHEN:    Saturday, January 28, 2017, 8:30-11:30am
                    Registration and Breakfast Buffet open at 8:00am
                EVENT REGISTRATION OPENS DECEMBER 15th.

              

WHERE:     UNC William & Ida Friday Center, 100 Friday Center Dr., Chapel Hill, NC



WHO:         Welcoming Address - TBA
                   Distinguished Speakers - TBA
                  

HOW MUCH:  TBA

Sincere Condolences

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Rep. Paul Luebke, (D-Durham), on Saturday, October 29, 2016. Rep. Luebke had participated in most every Annual Legislative Breakfast on Mental Health since elected to serve in the NC House of Representatives 25 years ago. He was a true champion of mental health reform and had a heart to assist vulnerable and under-served populations. He will be missed. Everyone on the breakfast organizing committee extends heartfelt and sincere condolences to the family of Rep. Luebke.


            


Members of NC General Assembly will serve on the panel, as well as other experts. The Annual Legislative Breakfast is a signature event organized in collaboration with area non-profit organizations and mental health agencies to bring together state and local elected officials for frank discussions and problem-solving around current mental health issues affecting residents across the state. 

For information/details on SPONSORSHIP LEVELS or to VOLUNTEER day of the event, please email info@legislativebreakfastmh.org. 





ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:  The Annual Legislative Breakfast on Mental Health is organized by representatives from the following non-profit organizations: 
Alberta Professional Services, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention-NC Chapter, Club Nova, Josh's Hope Foundation, Inc., KidSCope, Mental Health America of the Central Carolinas, NAMI Durham-Orange-Wake and NC, and the UNC Center for Excellence in Community Mental Health.