Join us on Monday, February 8th at 6:00 pm, to discuss the issues of the day, i.e., the State of the City of Chicago, 7th Congressional District, 4th, 5th and 10th Legislative Districts, 11th and 15th Chicago Police Districts, 1st and 2nd Cook County District, along with the pressing need to address the stigma of mental health, Affordable Healthcare access in association with underage drinking, substance abuse and senseless violence.
As noted in our previous meetings, Congressman Danny K. Davis and Senator Kimberly Lightford have endorsed our charge in the following items and need for immediate attention and intervention:
Thought of the Day: What does reform look like within the City of Chicago?
1. Underage Drinking and Deleterious Impact/Public Nuisance
2. Substance Abuse and additional Hot Spots
3. Senseless Violence and Response
4. Crisis Intervention/Team for Support
5. Access to Affordable Health Care
a) Hospital Cultural Competence
b) Hospital Cultural Sensitivity
c) Hospital Cultural Diversity
d) Hospital Cultural Accountability
e) Hospital Cultural Policies and Procedurals for Hiring
f) Hospital Cultural Quality of Care
g) Hospital Cultural Management and Leadership
f) Hospital Cultural Community Advisory Board, Engagement and Needs Assessment
6. Addressing the Stigma of Mental Health/Illness
7. Police Shootings of Innocent Citizens
8. Black on Black Violence
9. Community Hot Spots Needing Intervention (Deleterious Impact/Public Nusiance)
10. What is K2 or Spice?
When: February 8, 2016
Time: 6:00 PM
Where: United for Better Living
4540 West Washington, Blvd.
Why: Community Justice, Accountability and Transparency
Let’s collectively thank Congressman Danny K. Davis and Cherita, Representative Pamela Reaves-Harris, Marla for Senator Kimberly Lightford, Maria for Alderman Jason Ervin, Tesa of Loretto, Tameka/St. Anthony, Sarah of West Suburban, Jenna of Rush, Chuck of Garfield Park, Jackie of Hartgrove, Karen of Mt. Sinai Hospitals, along with Tamela of Access, Latrice and Staci of Molina Health Care Centers, Dr. Saafir and Milton of Bobby E. Wright, Bob of Mead Communications, Athena of Performing Community Solutions, Thomas Day, Cherry of the Chicago Park District, Tony Raggs, Mildred Wiley and the West Garfield Park Community Stakeholders and Youth Council for participating in our Health Sector Community Forum on the Creation of a Community First Responders Crisis Intervention Team. Community Advisory Council in Local Facilities and the Promise of all Health Care Institutions will work together for the common good of the people and community in access to affordable health care and services. Thank you, Team Quality Health Care!
Volunteers are always welcome and appreciated at Fathers Who Care and the West Side Community Stakeholders Planning and Public Policy Committee Meetings.
Thanking you in advance for your ongoing assistance and support.
Please contact us at 773-287-5821 or email@example.com to register for this Community Empowerment Forum.
Refreshments will be served.
“Team Work – Can Make The Dream Work”