(Hour 3b, c) Mayor Ted Gatsas stopped by for an in-depth discussion on the deteriorating mental healthcare situation here in Manchester. How bad is the problem? Is it all because of budget cuts or are there other contributing factors? Ted also responded to questions about transparency at the School Board. And what happened at last night’s meeting of the Mayor & Aldermen?
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David S. Martinez is a native of Indiana who moved to NH in 1977 and has resided there ever since. A 1984 graduate of Manchester High School West, Dave is a former corporate nomad who worked for various financial, retail and restaurant outlets. In 1997, he began his career as a professional Disc Jockey and founded DJ Dave Entertainment in 2001. He has been involved with the Girard at Large show since it's launch in September, 2011.
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Heads up. Your RPCs are now going to hold ‘conversations’ on mental health.. they have no right, seeing as they are driven by private special interests.
NOVEMBER 14 – NH LISTENS MENTAL HEALTH in VARIOUS LOCATIONS
The PR firm for Granite State Future says it will hold “The First
Statewide Conversation on Mental Health and Substance Abuse” with other
non governmental organizations. That’s right, regional planners want to
take control of your mental health. “Join gatherings across New
Hampshire to get our state talking, change misperceptions, and shape
solutions to promote healthier communities.”
Thursday, November 14th in Berlin, Concord, Keene, Nashua, Plymouth, and Portsmouth
5:30 PM Sign in and refreshments – 6:00 Program begins
We hope you can join us. Save the date and spread the word. Visit http://www.nhlistens.com/
Register here: http://nhlistens.org/events/behavioral-health