At FHR’s Drop-In Center in North Carolina, staff and members came together to celebrate The National Council for Behavioral Health’s Hill Day.
Since 2005, Hill Day has brought together hundreds of behavioral health providers, administrators, board members, consumers, and community stakeholders in D.C. for a day of sessions and workshops on federal behavioral health policy.
The Drop-In Center took the opportunity to reflect on why this is important, sharing their thoughts with one another.
“Members told their stories and discussed what they could do to advocate for mental health and addiction treatment in their community,” said Certified Peer Support Specialist Stacy Englert.
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