MCF’s 20th Annual Family Day in Annapolis offers a unique opportunity to have your voice heard by those who have the power to make changes. Family members, legislators, policymakers and providers gathered in Annapolis on Thursday, February 2 to advocate for children, youth and adults with behavioral health needs.
Attendees are given the opportunity to express concerns about the need for more behavioral health services and learn about important legislation in Maryland’s House and Senate.
SCLMB’s LCT Coordinator, Skyler Irons, attended the event to speak with legislators on behavioral health bills that impact our families, youth, and communities.
To learn more about Maryland Coalition of Families, visit mdcoalition.org.