People who attend NAMI Union County’s public meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at the American Legion Post at 1003 North Ave. in Westfield at 7:30 p.m. will have an opportunity to give input about family needs to a representative from the NJ Division of Mental Health Services.
Bill Chepiga will be speaking at the event and will ask those in attendance to express their needs so that the state can better address the needs of family members with loved ones with a mental illness. He will share his findings with Lynn Kovich, head of the division. This is a chance to get the state to listen to your concerns and ideas and have a real impact on state services for the mentally ill and their families.
Our meeting environment is supportive and informational. Snacks and free literature are provided and the new Fifth Edition of the county Resource Guide will be available. There is no charge: our information and friendship are priceless—and free.
Call 908-233-1628 for information, or in the event of inclement weather. E-mail: email@example.com.