Schedule of Events

All events are free of charge unless otherwise noted. 

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  • Thu
    28
    Sep
    2017
    4:45 pmBrookhaven Town Hall, 1 Independence Hill, Town Board Meeting Room, 2nd Floor, Farmingville, NY 11738

    Presented by Brookhaven Town Councilwoman Valerie M. Cartright
    Contact: Jennifer L. Martin, MPA, J.D., 631-451-6963
    Community and government mental health providers are invited to attend this Town Board meeting to kick-off Mental Health Awareness Week and make a brief statement during the Public Comment portion of the meeting. The goal is to make the public aware of the scope of mental illness and the resources available. The Town will also launch a public awareness campaign and encourage the community to take the "Stigma Free" pledge by making the pledge available on the Town website, and sending it to community organizations and schools. Town Board members will also take the pledge at the meeting.

  • Sun
    01
    Oct
    2017
    8:00 amPort Jefferson Station NYS DOT Parking Lot

    Presented by the Time to Play Foundation and Brookhaven Town
    Contact: Doreen Guma, Enjoy Life Community, 631-451-6963
    doreen@timetoplay.com
    Join us during Mental Health Awareness Week to raise your awareness of actions that have an impact on mental health and well being and connect with resources to help you have a better life. Note: parking lot is north of intersection of Cherub Lane and Rte. 112 in Port Jefferson Station.

  • Sun
    01
    Oct
    2017
    11:00 amClinton Court and Clinton Street, Hempstead, NY 11550

    Contact: Fern Schanback, Director of Business Development, 516-489-2322 x1111 fschanback@mhanc.org
    Join MHANC as we kick off Mental Health Awareness Week! This event will feature guest speakers, music and dance featuring B.E.A.T.S. Cru, interactive wellness booths, information tables from local agencies, and much more!

  • Sun
    01
    Oct
    2017
    1:00 pmGreat South Bay YMCA, 200 West Main Street, Bay Shore, NY 11706

    Presented by the Unified Behavioral Health Center for Military Veterans and their Families: Northwell Health; Northport VAMC; and, the Great South Bay YMCA
    For information, contact: 631-647-2530 or ubhc@northwell.edu
    The Unified Behavioral Health Center for Military Veterans and their Families hosts this program in partnership with the Great South Bay YMCA, the Northport VAMC Caregiver Program, and the Joseph P. Dwyer Veterans Peer Support Project. Festivities will include child and family carnival games, crafts, and activities such as family Zumba and family swim. The event is free.
    Military Veteran Family Day-2017

  • Sun
    01
    Oct
    2017
    7:00 pmLocation to be determined

    Presented by Eating Disorder Treatment Collaborative/F.E.E.D. and Center For Discovery
    Contact: Randi Zimmerman, Director of Psychotherapy, EDTC/F.E.E.D., 516-987-4959 randizimmerman@edtc-feed.com | www.thecenterfordiscovery.org | www.eatingdisordertreatmentspecialists.com
    Join us for a dinner and discussion about eating disorder treatment.

  • Mon
    02
    Oct
    2017
    9:00 amJericho, Plainview, and Hauppauge

    Presented by the Eating Disorder Treatment Collaborative/F.E.E.D.
    Locations:
    ~ 366 North Broadway, Suite PHW-1, Jericho, NY 11753
    ~ 100 Manetto Hill Road, Suite 205, Plainview, NY 11803
    ~ 111 Smithtown Bypass, Suite 101, Hauppauge, NY 11788
    Contact: Randi Zimmerman, LCSW-R, CEDS and Susan Esposito, RD, CDN, 516-513-1284, info@eatingdisordertreatmentspecialists.com
    If you or a loved one may be suffering from an eating disorder, please call and make an appointment to meet with out specially trained therapists and start to get the help you deserve!

  • Mon
    02
    Oct
    2017
    10:00 amTown of Hempstead, 1 Washington Street, Hempstead, NY 11550

    Presented by the Town of Hempstead and the Mental Health Association of Nassau County
    Contact: Fern Schanback, Director of Business Development, 516-489-2322 fschanback@mhanc.org
    This flag raising ceremony is in honor of Mental Health Awareness Week. All are welcome at this event taking place at Hempstead Town Hall.

  • Mon
    02
    Oct
    2017
    11:00 amSuffolk County Community College, Eastern Campus, 121 Speonk Riverhead Road, Riverhead, NY 11901

    Presented by the Joseph P. Dwyer Veterans Peer Support Project
    Contact: Marcelle Leis, Program Director, 631-946-0147, mleis@mhaw.org www.dwyerproject.org
    To promote awareness of the issues surrounding Veterans suicide as well as healthy ways to promote positive mental health through physical health and wellness. Our goal is provide important resources to student Veterans and peers regarding organizations that provide physical health and wellness programs. The "22" number was part of a statistic that was originally released through a case study by the Department of Veteran Affairs in 2012, but since then they released an updated study showing the rate had fallen to "20" Veteran suicides per day.
    22 every 22 challenge (2017)

  • Mon
    02
    Oct
    2017
    1:30 pmShelter Rock Public Library, 165 Searingtown Road, South Albertson, NY 11507

    Presented by the Shelter Rock Public Library and the Mental Health Association of Nassau County
    Contact: Rachel Priest, Community Health Educator, 516-489-2322 x1251
    The Mental Health Association of Nassau County will be hosting a table with information about the agency and its programs, as well as up-to-date information about mental health and our communities. Stop by to learn more about these topics or with any other questions you may have about services in Nassau County.

  • Mon
    02
    Oct
    2017
    8:00 pmComsewogue Library, 170 Terryville Rd., Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776

    Presented by the Time To Play Foundation and Brookhaven Town
    Contact: Doreen Guma, Enjoy Life Community, 631-451-6963
    doreen@timetoplay.com

  • Tue
    03
    Oct
    2017
    6:50 amGentlemen's Driving Park, Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776

    Presented by the Time to Play Foundation and Brookhaven Town
    Contact: Doreen Guma, Enjoy Life Community, 631-451-6963, doreen@timetoplay.com
    Note: Track Entrance is east of Morgan Avenue on Canal Road, closest to the new TJ Maxx.

  • Tue
    03
    Oct
    2017
    Wed
    04
    Oct
    2017
    8:30 am16 Main Street, Hempstead, NY 11550

    Presented by Mental Health Association of Nassau County
    Contact: Yvonne Lyon, Education Coordinator, 516-489-2322 x1257, ylyon@mhanc.org
    Fee: $50
    Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is a two-day intensive, interactive, and practice-dominated course designed to help caregivers recognize risk and learn how to intervene to prevent the immediate risk of suicide. The workshop is for all caregivers (any person in a position of trust). This includes professionals, paraprofessionals and lay people. It is suitable for mental health professionals, nurses, physicians, pharmacists, teachers, counselors, youth workers, police and correctional staff, school support staff, clergy, and community volunteers.

  • Tue
    03
    Oct
    2017
    11:00 amStony Brook School of Medicine, Lecture Hall 6, Stony Brook, NY 11794

    Presented by Stony Brook School of Medicine
    Contact: Evelyn J. Bromet, PhD, Distinguished Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Stony Brook University, 631-638-1920, evelyn.bromet@stonybrookmedicine.edu
    Join Dr. Michele Pato on this Grand Rounds presentation followed by a luncheon to include faculty, residents, and medical students. Dr. Pato will be bringing her brain scans! It’s quite a story and amazing that she’s alive to tell it and where it has left in her in terms of long-term mental health concerns. Dr. Pato graduated from Brown University, did her MD at the University of Cincinnati and her residency in psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital. Her research has focused primarily on OCD, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder. Dr. Pato's passion is medical student and residency education.

  • Tue
    03
    Oct
    2017
    3:30 pmComsewogue District Office, 290 Norwood Ave., Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776

    Presented by the Time To Play Foundation and Brookhaven Town
    Contact: Doreen Guma, Enjoy Life Community, 631-451-6963 doreen@timetoplay.com
    Bring a towel or mat. Free and open to the public.

  • Tue
    03
    Oct
    2017
    5:00 pmRiverhead Free Library, 330 Court Street, Riverhead, NY 11901

    Presented by Recovery Center East and the Riverhead Free Library
    Contact: 631-727-3228 or contact@riverheadlibrary.org.
    The Disney film "Inside Out" is a PG rated Pixar film in which an eleven-year-old Riley moves with her family from the Midwest to San Francisco. It is during this move where she experiences a range of emotions that impact her through everyday life. There will be a discussion after the screening about the importance of being able to express all emotions.

  • Tue
    03
    Oct
    2017
    5:30 pmBrookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center, 100 Hospital Road, 2nd Floor Conference Room, Patchogue, New York

    Presented by Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center
    Contact: Matt McCluskey, MS, CRC, 631-852-1070, mmccluskey@bmhmc.org
    There will be a presentation from BMHMC's Chairperson of Psychiatry, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who works in an Integrated Care setting, and the Diabetes Wellness Educator.

  • Tue
    03
    Oct
    2017
    8:00 pmJFK Middle School, Cafeteria, 200 Jayne Blvd., Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776

    Presented by the Enjoy Life Community
    Contact: Doreen Guma, 631-451-6963, doreen@timetoplay.com
    Bring your favorite game and join us for a fun evening of trivia and games while we learn about mental health and wellness. Prizes and light refreshments.

  • Wed
    04
    Oct
    2017
    9:00 amRadisson Hotel, 110 Vanderbilt Motor Pkwy, Hauppauge , NY 11788

    Presented by Johnson & Johnson
    Contact: Louise Taylor, Suffolk County Probation Re-Entry Task Force, 631-852-5054
    George Bylik, Director of Health Policy for Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems, will present the Stepping Up Initiative, a project model that engages stakeholders to help reduce the over-representation of people with psychiatric disabilities in our jails. There is no fee and no advance registration is needed.

  • Wed
    04
    Oct
    2017
    9:30 am533 College Road, Babylon Student Center, Selden, NY 11784

    Presented by Suffolk County Community College
    For information, contact: Sarah Boles, Faculty Coordinator of Mental Health Services, 631-451-4530, boless@sunysuffolk.edu
    This event includes informational workshops on mental health topics as well as agency representatives providing information on mental health issues and treatment. Topics covered will include mood disorders, anxiety, suicide prevention, relationship problems, eating disorders, support for crime victims, addiction, and the effect of social media on mental health. The Response Crisis Center will provide students and visitors with a wide range of information concerning mental health issues and skills to support academic and personal success.

  • Wed
    04
    Oct
    2017
    10:00 am600 Albany Avenue, Amityville, NY 11701

    Presented by the Urban League of Westchester's Urban Seniors Job Program
    Contact: Elvira Lovaglio-Duncan, Program Director, 631-464-4560, duncan_elvira@hotmail.com
    Event will emphasize diabetes care and mental health. Many employers looking for workers will be on-site.

  • Wed
    04
    Oct
    2017
    10:30 amSuffolk County Community College, Grant Campus, 1001 Crooked Hill Road, Brentwood, NY 11717

    Presented by the Response Crisis Center and Suffolk County Community College
    Contact: 631-751-7500, lperagallo@responsehotline.org or www.ResponseCrisisCenter.org
    The Response Crisis Center joins Suffolk County Community College on Mental Health Awareness Day during the Annual Mental Health Awareness Week. This day provides students and visitors with a wide range of information concerning mental health issues and skills to support academic and personal success. Local agencies that provide services and support to our community will be represented at resource tables throughout the event.

  • Wed
    04
    Oct
    2017
    11:00 am2288 Bedford Avenue, Bellmore, NY 11710

    Presented by the Bellmore Memorial Library (www.bellmorelibrary.org)
    Contact: Rachel Priest, Community Health Educator, Mental Health Association of Nassau County, 516-489-2322 x1251, rpriest@mhanc.org
    Jeanne Cacciatore, LMSW, Program Director, Education and Training Department, Mental Health Association of Nassau County, will be hosting a table with information about the agency, current trends in mental wellness, as well as an overview of Mental Health First Aid. Stop by for more information about these topics, or any other questions you may have about services in Nassau County.

  • Wed
    04
    Oct
    2017
    11:00 amSuffolk County Community College, Grant Campus, Crooked Hill Road, Brentwood, NY 11717

    Presented by the Joseph P. Dwyer Veterans Peer Support Project
    Contact: Marcelle Leis, Program Director, 631-946-0147, mleis@mhaw.org www.dwyerproject.org
    To promote awareness of the issues surrounding Veterans suicide as well as healthy ways to promote positive mental health through physical health and wellness. Our goal is provide important resources to student Veterans and peers regarding organizations that provide physical health and wellness programs. The "22" number was part of a statistic that was originally released through a case study by the Department of Veteran Affairs in 2012, but since then they released an updated study showing the rate had fallen to "20" Veteran suicides per day. Click here for flyer.

  • Wed
    04
    Oct
    2017
    11:00 amSuffolk County Community College, Ammerman Campus, 533 College Road, Selden, NY 11784

    Presented by the Joseph P. Dwyer Veterans Peer Support Project
    Contact: Marcelle Leis, Program Director, 631-946-0147, mleis@mhaw.org www.dwyerproject.org
    To promote awareness of the issues surrounding Veterans suicide as well as healthy ways to promote positive mental health through physical health and wellness. Our goal is provide important resources to student Veterans and peers regarding organizations that provide physical health and wellness programs. The "22" number was part of a statistic that was originally released through a case study by the Department of Veteran Affairs in 2012, but since then they released an updated study showing the rate had fallen to "20" Veteran suicides per day. Click here for flyer.

  • Wed
    04
    Oct
    2017
    12:00 pm144 West Merrick Road, Freeport, NY 11520

    Presented by the Freeport Memorial Library (www.freeportlibrary.info)
    Contact: Rachel Priest, Community Health Educator, Mental Health Association of Nassau County, 516-489-2322 x1251, rpriest@mhanc.org
    Norma Fernandez, Bilingual (Spanish) Outreach Supervisor, Care Coordination Department, Mental Health Association of Nassau County, will be hosting a table with information about the agency, current trends in mental wellness, as well as an overview of Mental Health First Aid. Stop by for more information about these topics, or any other questions you may have about services in Nassau County.

  • Wed
    04
    Oct
    2017
    1:00 pmMercy Haven, Inc., 104 Second Avenue, Brentwood, NY 11717

    Presented by Northwell Health and Mercy Haven, Inc.
    Contact: Jackie Burbridge, Director of Development, 631-277-8300, jburbridge@mercyhaven.com
    "It’s more common than we think… mental illness affects us all." Members of the community are invited to join with Mercy Haven staff for a thought-provoking lecture and discussion presented by Northwell Health Nurse Managers Colby Povill and Katiana Roseme.

  • Wed
    04
    Oct
    2017
    6:00 pmAdelphi University Hauppauge Center, 55 Kennedy Drive, Hauppauge, NY 11788

    Presented by the Adelphi University Hauppauge Center School of Social Work
    Contact: Nateisha Reid, 516-833-8182, nreid@adelphi.edu
    In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Week, our keynote speaker Ms. Sheri-Ann N. Best, LCSW-R, will facilitate a discussion on Stress Management and Self-Care. Ms. Best will share tips and strategies on managing academic, personal, and professional stress. Learn about self-care and the regular use of it to be your best self!
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  • Wed
    04
    Oct
    2017
    6:30 pm170 Terryville Road, Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776

    Presented by Response Crisis Center and the Comsewogue Public Library
    Contact: 631-928-1212
    Learn about anxiety, stress-coping strategies, risk factors, and warning signs of suicide and depression. A representative from the Response Crisis Center will speak about its free, 24/7 phone counseling. This program is open to all Suffolk County residents.

  • Wed
    04
    Oct
    2017
    6:30 pmComsewogue Public Library, 170 Terryville Road, Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776

    Presented by Response Crisis Center and Comsewogue Public Library
    Contact: 631-751-7500, lperagallo@responsehotline.org or www.ResponseCrisisCenter.org
    This informative session provides information on mental health concerns affecting our communities such as anxiety, depression, non suicidal self-injury, and suicide. Risk factors and warning signs of suicide will lead into suicide prevention and intervention strategies. This program provides valuable information on how to help yourself, or someone who is struggling, through a suicidal crisis.

  • Wed
    04
    Oct
    2017
    7:00 pmRiverhead Free Library, 330 Court Street, Riverhead, NY 11901

    Presented by the Riverhead Free Library
    Contact: 631-727-3228 or contact@riverheadlibrary.org
    In this film Joe Pantoliano and his family talk about his struggle with clinical depression. Compelling stories of six other people suffering from mental illness include a brain surgeon with bipolar disorder and three high school students. The goal is to break down stigma surrounding mental health.

  • Wed
    04
    Oct
    2017
    8:00 pmJFK Middle School, 200 Jayne Blvd., Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776

    Presented by the Time To Play Foundation and Brookhaven Town
    Contact: Doreen Guma, Enjoy Life Community, 631-451-6963, doreen@timetoplay.com
    Bring a towel or mat. Free and open to all community members!

  • Thu
    05
    Oct
    2017
    9:30 amWard Melville High School, 380 Old Town Road, Setauket, NY 11733

    Presented by Response Crisis Center and Ward Melville High School
    Ward Melville High School, 380 Old Town Road, Setauket, NY 11733
    Contact:  631-751-7620 or lperagallo@responsehotline.org
    Response Crisis Center joins Ward Melville High School for their Patriot Pride Day. This day is about kindness, compassion, and helping others. Local agencies which provide support and services join together to share valuable information and resources to the students. Response Crisis Center will conduct a workshop on Emotional Crisis-Coping and Self Care.

  • Thu
    05
    Oct
    2017
    1:00 pmMercy Haven, Inc., 705 Montauk Highway, Bay Shore, NY 11706

    Presented by Mercy Haven, Inc.
    Contact: Jackie Burbridge, Director of Development, 631-277-8300 jburbridge@mercyhaven.com
    A key element to recovery is safe, stable, affordable housing and a support system to help along the way. Join us at Mercy Haven’s Community Residence in Bay Shore to learn about resources in the community and talk with residents, staff, family members, and providers of support services. Staff will be on hand to share information on job opportunities available at Mercy Haven. This is a great event for family, friends, professionals, students, and members of the community to learn, share, and celebrate recovery! This is a free event, however registration is recommended.

  • Thu
    05
    Oct
    2017
    2:00 pm170 North Coleman Road, Centereach, NY 11720

    Presented by the the Centereach Bible Church, 170 North Coleman Road, Centereach, NY 11720
    Contact: Scott R. Kraniak, ThB, MMCC, Pastor/Counselor, 631-732-3283, debgrady@optonline.net www.cbctruth.com
    Event link: Click here
    AGENDA
    2:00 pm Welcome and Introduction
    2:15 pm Scott R. Kraniak ThD, M.M.C.C. (Pastor/Counselor/Author) “Depression, Anxiety, and the Child of God”
    2:45 pm Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and Anne Palagonia
    3:00 pm Special dedication in memory of Jennifer Palagonia
    3:30 pm Dr. Steven Rise, PhD, LCSW-R
    3:50 pm Councilman Kevin J. LaValle
    4:00 pm Town of Brookhaven Youth Bureau
    4:20 pm Dr. Carol Carter, Sunshine Prevention Center
    4:40 pm Pastor Scott R. Kraniak
    5:00 pm Intermission | Refreshments | Resource Table
    6:00 pm Jena Pinkham
    6:20 pm Bernadette Peters
    6:50 pm Pastor Jim Ryan, Lighthouse Mission
    7:15 pm Overview | Closing Prayer
    7:30 pm Meet and Greet Speakers at the Resource Table

    Flyer for MHW Depression Anxiety Child of God(2)

  • Thu
    05
    Oct
    2017
    3:00 pmVail-Leavitt Music Hall, 18 Peconic Avenue, Riverhead NY 11901

    Presented by Recover Center East and NYAPRS |
    Contact: Katherine Tollefsen, 631-369-4418 x1901, rceast@mhaw.org or jberdman1214@gmail.com
    3:30 pm: Destination Dignity is a social justice movement against stigma and discrimination. National mental health advocate and NYAPRS Executive Director, Harvey Rosenthal, will speak about the march planned for October 13, 2018, in New York City.
    4:45 pm: Light Dinner and Live Music
    6:00 pm: Healing Voices is an award-winning documentary featuring three people: Oryx, Dan, and Jen. Meet Oryx and Dan after the film for a discussion and reception! They will change the way you look at mental illness.Healing Voices at the Vail-Leavitt

  • Thu
    05
    Oct
    2017
    6:00 pmNorthwell Health: Unified Behavioral Health Center for Military Veterans and their Families,132 East Main Street, Bay Shore, NY 11706

    Presented by Northwell Health: Unified Behavioral Health Center for Military Veterans and their Families
    Contact: 631-647-2530 UBHC@Northwell.edu
    This workshop will focus on increasing resilience and well-being within military and veteran families via promotion of skills aimed at improving communication and reducing conflict. Child related activities will be offered and food will be served. While an RSVP in advance is recommended, same day registrants are welcome.

  • Thu
    05
    Oct
    2017
    6:30 pmRogers Memorial Library, 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton, NY 11968

    Presented by the Southampton Town and Stony Brook Southampton Hospital
    Contact: Virginia Bennett, Community Resource Director, 631-702-2423, vbennett@southamptontownny.gov
    Eric Arauz is a renowned Life Transformation speaker and the award-winning author of his life story, “An American Resurrection.” Eric’s talk will use art, science, literature, and personal narrative to travel with the audience through his “unbelievable but not unlivable” life’s journey. This journey took him from near lethal child abuse and numerous psychiatric hospitalizations to a medical school faculty appointment, multiple national advocacy awards, and creating the first statewide trauma training for all child welfare workers in New Jersey. Eric has survived his mental illness and has used his experience to assist others. “I’m not successful in spite of my mental illness, I am successful because of it.”

  • Fri
    06
    Oct
    2017
    8:30 amHilton Long Island, 598 Broadhollow Road, Melville, NY 11747

    Presented by F.R.E.E.: Family Residences and Essential Enterprises, Inc.
    Keynote Speaker: Lucy Winer, award winning film maker. Director and producer of "Kings Park."
    Click here for event flyer.
    For information, email ConferencePlanningCommittee@FamilyRes.org.
    Fee to attend. Register at: FamilyRes.org/Event/2nd-Annual-Symposium
    Workshops:
    • NY START (New York Systemic, Therapeutic, Assessment, Resources and Treatment)
    • Pet Therapy
    • Housing First Model
    • "Revolving Door" Substance Abuse and Mental Health Issues
    • Forensic Programs - New Innovations
    • Domestic Violence
    • NARCAN Training for All

  • Fri
    06
    Oct
    2017
    10:00 amMercy Haven, Inc., 104 Second Avenue, Brentwood, NY 11717

    Presented by Mercy Haven, Inc.
    Contact: Jackie Burbridge, Director of Development, 631-277-8300, jburbridge@mercyhaven.com
    Through the five short films named after each title character -- Lucy, Eddie, Allison, Grace, and Maggie -- powerful relationships built on hope and triumph raise a new understanding of what happens when a loved one struggles with mental illness. A discussion will follow.

  • Sat
    07
    Oct
    2017
    10:00 amPatchogue-Medford Library, 54-60 East Main Street, Patchogue, NY 11772

    Program co-hosted by the Patchogue-Medford Library and Family Service League (FSL)
    Contact: Christian Racine, Ph.D., Senior Director of Clinics at FSL, (631) 396-2342
    This workshop will be conducted in Spanish by Nicole O'Neill, LMSW, Staff Social Worker, Family Service League/Woodhull Intermediate School. Este taller será realizado en español por Nicole O'Neill, LMSW, Trabajadora Social, Family Service League/Woodhull Intermediate School.

  • Sat
    07
    Oct
    2017
    12:30 pmSuffolk County Community College, Grant Campus, Crooked Hill Road, Brentwood, NY 11717

    Presented by the Association of Mental Health and Wellness and the Mental Health Association of Nassau County.
    Location: Sagtikos/Van Nostrand Theater at Suffolk County Community College, Grant Campus, Brentwood.
    Seats are limited. Pre-registration is required. Click here to register.
    Doors open at 12:30pm.
    For sponsorship opportunities, contact Mayra Spruill at 631-471-7242 ext. 1305 or mspruill@mhaw.org.
    After touring and winning awards all around the world as member of one of the biggest groups of all time, Michelle Williams faced bouts with depression that lead her to unlock positive ways to change her outlook on life. Hear her story of survival and lessons learned that have powered her continued path of professional and personal success.

     

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