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OPAL

OPAL network is an alliance of groups in Lane County, Oregon that support the voice, empowerment, and self-determination of mental health consumers and psychiatric survivors. Thanks much to LILA and many other groups for supporting this successful project. You are invited!

Folder An Info Center for Opal Network Meeting Posters & Announcements
Info about Opal Network events, including posters, public service announcements, etc.
Folder Opal launch
Info about the launch of Opal network in May 2007.
Folder Background documents related to Opal Network, including mission
This folder contains basic information about Opal Network such as vision, goals and guidelines.
Folder Learn more about the story of Opal Whiteley herself.
One of the most famous authors to emerge from Lane County was the eccentric child-nature-mystic author Opal Whiteley of Cottage Grove. It's amazing how many people in Lane County don't yet know her unique and amazing story. Here's are some places to start.
Folder The "Opal Social Hour" at LILA Peer Support Club
You are invited to fun, friends and freedom at the "Opal Hour" at the LILA Peer Support Club. Here's the latest info about this fun event with music, refreshments and the latest news about activism to change the mental health system.
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