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Mental health, wellness focus of Community Support Network meeting

The June 1 meeting of the Community Support Network is entitled, “Mental Health & Wellness — Four Specific Local Programs.” The meeting will feature a panel with representatives from each program, who will provide overviews of their services, how they are accessed, and more. Following the presentations there will be a moderated Q&A with attendees.

The panelists and programs will include Ginny Cutler from the Co-occurring Disorders Program at CoRR (Community Recovery Resources); Donna Fry from the Nevada County Public Health Department’s Moving Beyond Depression Program for new mothers; Lily Marie from the Healing Through Loss & Grief groups; and Nicole Ebrahimi-Nuyken and Darryl Quinn from Nevada County Behavioral Health, who will talk about “Effects of Medi-Cal Managed Care Changes at NCBH.”

Also attending will be Sandi Hedenland of First 5 Nevada County, who will speak briefly about Kids Corner at the Nevada County Fair.



The meeting will from 3:30 to 5 p.m. on June 1 in the Gene Albaugh Community Room at the Madelyn Helling Library, 980 Helling Way, in Nevada City. Community Support Network meetings are open to the public. For more information, call CSN Coordinator Susan Sanford at 530-913-0270 (messages) or email csnncorg@gmail.com. For more information, visit http://csnnc.org/news/.

The Community Support Network of Nevada County is an inclusive, voluntary association of agencies and individuals from the Nevada County community who share a common mission: that all families in Nevada County have ready access to a well-integrated and coordinated support network that is easily available and well funded. To learn more about the Community Support Network visit http://www.csnnc.org.


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