King County Behavioral Health Legislative Forum

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Everyone is welcome at the 20th Annual King County Behavioral Health Legislative Forum: a community conversation about mental health and substance abuse. Visit the event website to register:

This annual public forum addresses key legislative priorities for the upcoming year, as well as current innovations and outcomes in behavioral healthcare in King County. Speakers include King County Executive Dow Constantine, National Council for Behavioral Health President and CEO Linda Rosenberg, and Jim Vollendroff, King County’s Behavioral Health and Recovery Division director. People in recovery from mental illness and substance abuse will share their compelling stories. State and federal legislators as well as county council members will also share their perspectives and priorities.

Event notes:
5:30pm: Doors open to registered guests.
6:00pm: Doors open to all.
6:00pm: Informal legislator interaction opportunities and public reception.
7:00pm: Program—King County’s behavioral health legislative priorities, stories of people in recovery, and legislator perspectives.


Presented by: King County Behavioral Health and Recovery Division

Co-sponsored by: Accelerator YMCA, All Home, Asian Counseling and Referral Service, Community Health Plan of Washington, Community House Mental Health Agency, Community Psychiatric Clinic, Consejo Counseling and Referral Service, Coordinated Care, Crisis Clinic, Downtown Emergency Service Center, Downtown Seattle Association, Forefront, Friends of Youth, Guided Pathways Support for Youth and Families, King County Behavioral Health Advisory Board, King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, Kent Youth and Family Services, Many Minds Collaborative, Mental Health Ombuds Service of King County, Molina Healthcare, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Washington, NAMI Eastside, NAMI Seattle, National Association of Social Workers Washington Chapter, Navos, Pioneer Human Services, Prevention WINS at Seattle Children’s Hospital, Recovery Café, Refugee Women’s Alliance, Seattle Area Support Groups and Community Center, Seattle Counseling Service, Sound Mental Health, Therapeutic Health Services, United Healthcare, Valley Cities Behavioral Health Care, Vashon Youth and Family Services, Washington Association for Substance Abuse and Violence Prevention, Washington Recovery Alliance.
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By: Town Hall Seattle

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