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Community asked to help improve mental health services

first_imgHomeLifeEventsCommunity asked to help improve mental health services Jan. 24, 2020 at 6:00 amEventsFeaturedHealthNewsCommunity asked to help improve mental health servicesBrennon Dixson1 year agocommunityDepartment of Mental Health and Mental Health Commissionmental health In an effort to improve mental health services and offerings in the local area, the Los Angeles Department of Mental Health and Mental Health Commission are collaborating to host a community event this Saturday that will allow residents a chance to share how the department can better suit their needs.The day-long stakeholder summit will run from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Santa Monica Bay Woman’s Club, located at 1210 4th Street in Santa Monica. The event is expected to feature a multitude of resource tables and informational presentations, including a breakdown of the Department of Mental Health’s strategic plan by director Jonathan Sherin.Sherin said in an interview Thursday that he originally sought to start hosting stakeholder summits about two years ago with the intention to invite a more diverse set of opinions into L.A. County’s mental health discussion. He hopes the new strategy will more thoroughly and regularly engage the communities who are serviced in department’s eight service areas.“Mental health has been put in the closet as a field forever and now — all of a sudden — mental health is part of everything,” Sherin said, so the department is trying to figure out how to best get resources to anyone out there who is suffering from short-term trauma, long-term trauma, addictions or other complications.“And it’s really important to have these quarterly summits because we need to hear from the public about what is going on, what’s going well, what’s not going well, and, maybe most importantly, what does the community want from the department,” Sherin added. “Because at the end of the day, our communities and the people who we serve are the engineers who guide the direction of the department.”Stacy Dalgleish, Vice Chair of the Los Angeles County Mental Health Commission (District 3), agreed, stating a recent article about elementary school bullying is exactly why the Mental Health Commission holds quarterly town halls around the county.“We need to know residents’ mental (and) behavioral health needs, especially those that are not currently being provided,” Dalgleish said. “I hope students and parents will take advantage of the opportunity to give public comment. Our children and youth are counting on us.”Those who opt to attend the town hall can expect Sherin to kick off a discussion about the department’s strategic plan around 9:15 a.m. Then, after a 30-minute lunch break, attendees will be able to share their opinions during the town hall portion from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Later in the afternoon, the topics will get more technical as officials dive into budgetary and administrative matters.“I don’t know how many people are going to show up but we’re trying to develop communication channels that will bring new voices in,” Sherin said. “I got a lot of people who are really energized and enthused for what’s to come.”Residents who are unable to attend Saturday’s summit can join by phone by dialing 323-776-6996 and using the conference ID: [email protected] :communityDepartment of Mental Health and Mental Health Commissionmental healthshare on Facebookshare on Twitteradd a commentMalibu Seeks Public Input on Wildfire Protection PlanEarly voting means 2020 primary is already here for millionsYou Might Also LikeFeaturedNewsBobadilla rejects Santa Monica City Manager positionMatthew Hall7 hours agoNewsCouncil picks new City ManagerBrennon Dixson17 hours agoFeaturedNewsProtesting parents and Snapchat remain in disagreement over child protection policiesClara Harter17 hours agoFeaturedNewsDowntown grocery to become mixed use developmenteditor17 hours agoNewsBruised but unbowed, meme stock investors are back for moreAssociated Press17 hours agoNewsWedding boom is on in the US as vendors scramble to keep upAssociated Press17 hours agolast_img read more

China Media Group calls for enhanced cooperation, innovation in Asian media

first_imgThe Second Forum on China-Africa Media Cooperation Opens China’s Media professionals visit CCTV to enhance cooperation The President of China Media Group, Shen Haixiong, on Wednesday attended a conference on “Asian News Picture under the Political and Economic Reform” on the sidelines of the fourth Eastern Economic Forum.Shen delivered a keynote speech at the event, calling upon Asian media organizations to strengthen their cooperation in order to adapt to the changing global landscape.He further called on Asia’s media organizations to develop long-term plans that identify opportunities for strategic partnerships. He said the plans should be able to encourage the development of activities such as regional media forums and exchanges between young journalists.He also emphasized on the importance of innovation, calling upon Asian media organizations to prioritize it to continue churning better content. In particular, he noted that the digital media has become an important aspect of media organizations worldwide.Shen also called on the region’s media organizations to further step up their efforts to deepen and expand their cooperation to bring together the different peoples of the region.He hailed China’s achievements in its 40 years of reform and development, saying they were inseparable from the mutually beneficial and win-win cooperation between Asian countries and even the world.The Media executive also pointed out that in order to adapt to the continuous changes in the global pattern and build a new era of European and Asian media space, Asian media cooperation in the context of the new era can be promoted from three aspects: First, formulate cooperation rules and enhance the level of media strategic cooperation. Second, persist in innovation and deepen new media cooperation. Third, promote cooperation and spread, and form a joint force for communication.The Eastern Economic Forum is a platform for communication and consultation established by Russia’s President Vladimir Putin in 2015. Held every year, it aims to push for the economic development of the Far East and expand cooperation in the Asia- Pacific region. The “Asian News Picture under the Political and Economic Reform”  forum was focused on providing Asian media organizations with a more prominent voice in discussions about important events in the region and on the world stage.On 11th September, Shen, on behalf of China Media Group, signed an international strategic cooperation agreement with Russia’s Rossiya Segodnya news agency (Sputnik International), in a ceremony witnessed by Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin in Vladivostok, Russia.Relatedcenter_img Media forum in Kigali explores ways to promote Rwanda, China cooperationlast_img read more