7th Annual Day at Home in Region 4 – October 6, 2017

More than 150 people gathered at the Broadway Ballroom Event Center in Alexandria to discuss issues surrounding mental health services in Minnesota and in the five-county region. Included in the discussion three Minnesota State legislators and the Assistant Commissioner of Community Supports Administration, who spent the morning discussing the issues with attendees and listening to the personal stories of individuals whose lives have been affected, in some way, by mental illness. [Read More]

6th Annual Day at Home in Region 4 – October 7, 2017

More than 120 people gathered at the Broadway Ballroom Event Center in Alexandria to discuss issues surrounding mental health services in Minnesota and in the five-county region. Included in the discussion were two Minnesota State Representatives, along with two candidates, who spent several hours discussing the issues with attendees and listening to the personal stories of individuals whose lives have been affected, in some way, by mental illness. [Read More]

5th Annual Day at Home in Region 4 – October 9, 2017

Nearly eighty people gathered at the Broadway Ballroom Event Center in Alexandria last Friday to discuss the current and future condition of mental health services in Minnesota and in the five-county region. Included in the discussion were three Minnesota State legislators and the Assistant Commissioner of Community Supports Administration, who spent the morning discussing the issues with attendees and listening to the personal stories of individuals whose lives have been affected, in some way, by mental illness. [Read More]

4th Annual Day at Home in Region 4 – October 10, 2017

Nearly one-hundred people gathered at the Broadway Ballroom Event Center in Alexandria in October, 2014 to discuss the current and future condition of mental health services in Minnesota and in the five-county region. Included in the discussion were four Minnesota State legislators and a representative from U.S. Senator Al Franken’s office, who spent a few hours discussing the issues with attendees and listening to the personal stories of individuals whose lives have been affected, in some way, by mental illness. [Read More]