Individual Membership are mental health consumers, defined by CAMHPRO as a person who has (or had) a mental health issue that has disrupted his or her education, employment, physical health, housing, social connections and/or quality of life and has used behavioral health (mental health) services and/or used or sought out alternative culturally relevant supports. He or she has experienced stigma, been discriminated against or socially excluded because of this condition. Also, someone who is not staff or in the leadership (Board of Directors, Advisory Committee) of an organization/program that is a member of CAMHPRO. Staff and persons in leadership roles (Board/Steering Committee/Advisory Committee) of an organizational member cannot be an individual member.
CAMHPRO is having the first of many monthly meetings to discuss the myriad issues facing and being faced by consumers, around the state. Some of the advocacy, social justice, community building, stakeholder involvement and strength based causes/policies consumers work on and/or show interest in:
• Peer Support State Certification
• Extending Workforce Education Training (WET)
• Networking among local and state wide advocates
• Forced Treatment/ Hospitalization
• Care-Giving and Self-Care
• Universal Trauma Informed Care
• Stigma and Discrimination
• Social Justice and Transformation
• Housing and Employment
You can also dial in using your phone.
United States: +1 (669) 224-3212
Access Code: 633-525-725
The monthly meetings are held every 4th Tuesday of the month
4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
The meetings are open to the public and free to attend.
Please join us on our next Go To Meeting