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Getting Access to Mental Health Services In CT

Time: March 23, 2015 from 8pm to 9pm
Location: Comcast Channel 26 / Frontier Channel 99
Street: Not Applicable
City/Town: Hamden, New Haven, West Haven
Website or Map: https://youtu.be/fkLMi8ITVjk
Event Type: 1, -hour, television, program
Organized By: N'Zinga Shani
Latest Activity: Mar 23, 2015

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WATCH: Monday March 23, 8pm – Comcast Chan. 26

Mental Health Services, Access & Overcoming Barriers in CT

Jan Van Tassle, Remi Kyek and Victoria Veltri Provide Important Info

About getting Access to Mental Health Services in CT

 https://youtu.be/fkLMi8ITVjk

 Mental Health Services in CT is fragmented, inconsistent and inadequate, and there are too many barriers to getting adequate services. In this program three key people provide helpful information about successfully navigating the system and finding appropriate help that can prevent crises. Guests are: Victoria Veltri, Jan Van Tassle and Remi Kyek. DVD copies of the 1-hr program are available by calling (203) 407-0250

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Comment by N'Zinga Shani on March 22, 2015 at 5:07pm

Please share this information with others in your contact circle.  The program will also air on Frontier Channel 99 at various times throughout the month of March.

You may watch a 9 min segment on OneWorld's YouTube channel here: https://youtu.be/fkLMi8ITVjk

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