By Richard Halstead, Marin Independent Journal
A group of Marin police officers and firefighters heard arguments this week about why Marin County should implement Laura’s Law in a meeting in Larkspur sponsored by the Marin Organization to Reduce Homelessness Coalition.
About 30 people, including Supervisors Katie Rice and Damon Connolly, attended the meeting Wednesday night at the Central Marin Police Authority headquarters.
The following breaking news was sent to us from DJ Jaffe, founder of Mental Illness Policy Organization http://mentalillnesspolicy.org
April 14, 2015: Several California bills proposed by Assembly members Eggman, Waldron and Brown passed the mental health committee today and go to other committees. The first two improve Laura’s Law, California’s Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) program.
Moylan’s restaurants are proud to support the Bay Area NAMI Walk!
5:30 – 6:30 Art Show, Refreshments and Check-In
6:30 – 9:00 Dinner Awards Ceremony
The 2015 honorees for “Celebrating the Uncelebrated” have been chosen. We are pleased to announce that NAMI Marin’s Dr. Kay Browne has been selected as one of the awardees.