Heather Harlan talks with Darren about the upcoming Phoenix Fringe!…. an “off-Broadway” fundraiser on Thursday, October 21st….. Thinking Out Loud with Darren Hellwege
By Jodie Jackson Jr. of The Columbia Daily Tribune, Columbia, MO Tuesday, October 12, 2010 One by one, mental health advocates told state legislative candidates Monday night that it is less expensive to remove barriers to mental health care than to wait for a situation to become a crisis. The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Columbia hosted the listening forum at the Unity Center. Candidates from the Ninth, 21st, 23rd, 24th and 25th House Districts were invited to hear mental health professionals and advocates discuss issues affecting Mid-Missouri. Heather Harlan, family support group facilitator for NAMI of Columbia, said the
KFRU Morning Meeting with Phoenix Programs, Inc., discussing National Recovery Month, and evidence-based treatment for addictions. Leslie: “…we have Deborah Beste, the Executive Director for Phoenix Programs and we have Heather Harlan, who has joined us many times before…good morning ladies!” Deborah and Heather: “Good Morning!” Simon: “Tell us a little bit about September….Heather, who declares it recovery month? “ Heather: “SAMHSA, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration in the federal government….it’s part of Health and Human Services, it’s really being observed all over the country, and people can get online and just do a search for national recovery
Mark your calendars for the 1st annual Phoenix Fringe, Thursday, October 21st! The Fringe Party will take place at Parkade Center, 5:30-9:00. Hear music from Jim Brockman and Noah Earle! See storytelling from Heather and Milbre! Join in the fun of trivia! Bid on the items in our silent auction! Don’t miss a special drama performance from Rob Harrison and his special recovery message! Light appetizers are part of the evening too! Family-friendly entertainment. Kids 7 and under are free! For ticket information call us at 875-8880.
Today’s Recovery Movement: Remembering the Past and Planning for the Future (DVD) As a special thank you to everyone for their part in making Recovery Month so special this year in our community, SAMSHA is offering a free download of ”Recovery Month 2010″ Pub id: DVD203 Publication Date: 2/2005 Popularity: Not ranked Format: Webcast Audience: Program Planners, Administrators, & Project Managers, Prevention Professionals, Family & Advocates Price: FREE (shipping charges may apply)Standard shipping is free. Expedited delivery has associated costs. You will be able to review shipping options and costs during check-out. Examines the history and future potential of the advocacy movement