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December 15, 2016

Make plans to attend the 2017 MENTAL HEALTH LEGISLATIVE SUMMIT on January 11, 2017 in Kansas City, MO.  Co-sponsored by NAMI and the Missouri Federation of Behavioral Health Advocates.

There is no charge to attend, dinner and free CEUs are provided, but pre-registration is a must.

Download the flyer for details: legislative-summit-jan-11-kc

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