You Are Not Alone – and help is available
Community Psychiatrist and Certified Substance Abuse Counselor to Speak at African American Families Event
The African American Family Outreach Project will present its 3rd free workshop of 2019 with the focus on understanding serious mental illness, substance abuse disorders and the Alameda County services available to meet the needs of individuals in need.
Dr. Aaron Chapman, the head psychiatrist with Alameda County Behavioral Health and Reverend Kenneth Love, a certified substance abuse counselor, who has worked with addicted individuals in Oakland and Santa Clara County, will both speak and engage the audience in question and answer sessions.
Small discussion groups will also be set up to allow family members to learn more about such topics as Alameda County Crisis Services.
The FREE workshop will be held on June 22nd from 9:30-3 pm at The Charles Porter Golden Gate Recreation Center, 1015 62nd St. in Oakland. A free lunch will be served, but all those wishing to attend are asked to RSVP here or call 510-697-8533 so that the project can prepare adequately.