CBHL Member Roundtable: The Role of Families and Relationships
March 23 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm MDT
At our February Member Roundtable, Deconstructing Non-Compliance and Exploring a Counterargument to Forced Treatment, the role of families and/or close relationships was raised in the context of conversation related to the conflation of public health with public safety issues. The deep divide around these important issues seem to preempt potential collaboration that could strengthen wanted and needed change. For our March Roundtable, we are going to continue this thread of conversation and further explore:
- Areas of alignment where people or places have concerns about mental health or public safety
- Opportunities to bridge the gap
- The idea that investing in families and relationships throughout recovery is essential to keeping people out of forced situations
For this Roundtable, we will not have dedicated panelists, rather, will seek the expertise of Roundtable participants to frame the dialogue. We look forward to a robust conversation.
**If you missed the February Roundtable – Deconstructing Non-Compliance and Exploring a Counterargument to Forced Treatment we encourage you to view the summary.
This Roundtable is for CBHL Members!
When: March 23 at 10:00am PST / 11:00am MST / 12:00pm CT / 1:00pm ET