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Dr. Johnette Hartnett,Ed.D – Director of Research and Co-Founder of the Real Economic Impact Tour for the National Disability Institute (NDI) and Co-Principal Investigator with the Burton Blatt Institute, Syracuse University, College of Law – shared her personal and inspiring story of recovery with our readers in the most recent edition of the STAR Center newsletter Recovering Together Vol. 1, 2011. THE FULL STORY
Philip Qualo, J.D. STAR Center Program Manager, shared a poem through the STAR Center listserv inspired by the “strong and resilient” consumers he has met during his short time at the STAR Center. POEM
Diana Kim, a consumer and gifted writer, shared two inspiring poems with the STAR Center family.
Bruce Ario, a consumer and friend to the STAR Center shares his inspiring story of overcoming mental health challenges that resulted in his involvement in the justice system. Mr. Ario collaborated with Open Minds to creatively express his story Why Don’t You Grow a Mustache?.
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files, transcripts, and reports on previous STAR Center events.
With grateful acknowledgment to the federal Center for Mental Health Services
CMHS was established under the 1992 ADAMHA Reorganization Act, Public
Law 102-321, which mandates CMHS' leadership role in delivering mental
health services, generating and applying new knowledge, and establishing
national mental health policy. CMHS is a component of the Substance
Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (opens in new window),
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
(opens in new window).