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One way to advise Oregon's mental health system director

For the past few years, the director of the Oregon state mental health system, Bob Nikkel, has convened a public meeting about every other month, especially to hear from mental health consumers and psychiatric survivors. Here's how you can be informed of these meetings, and participate.

To get future announcements such as the below forwarded e-mail from the State of Oregon, contact Mike Hlebechuk via his e-mail address in the "From" line below:



From:       Michael.Hlebechuk@state.or.us

Subject:     MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT and Call for Agenda Items

Date:     April 2, 2007 4:06:45 PM PDT

April 2, 2007

To: Members of the Oregon Consumer/Survivor Council and Interested Parties

From: Michael Hlebechuk, Chair

Re: April 11, 2007 Council Meeting

The next meeting of the Oregon Consumer/Survivor Council meeting will be held:

Date: April 11, 2007

Time: 1:00 - 4:00 PM

Location: Barbara Roberts Human Services Building, Meeting Room HSB - 137 A&B

500 Summer St NE, Salem OR (DHS Headquarters)

Please submit potential agenda items no later than close of business, Monday, April 9.

Best Regards,

Mike

Michael Hlebechuk
Residential Supports Coordinator
Oregon Department of Human Services
Addictions and Mental Health Division (AMH)
500 Summer St. NE, E-86
Salem, OR 97301-1118
Phone: (503) 947-5536
Fax: (503) 378-8467

"If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save
the few who are rich."
~ John F. Kennedy


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