Tampa, FL September 14, 2018 — Do you know what to do when your loved one, who lives with mental illness, ends up in a crisis situation where the police are called to intervene? Do you feel you are informed and can make an educated call on how to help to the best of your ability? If you answered no, please invest your time and join other caregivers to the mentally ill and us in Tampa Bay at a Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, September 26, 2018, from 6:30 – 8:30 pm at The Graham at Gracepoint 2400 East Henry Ave, Tampa 33610. The Honorable Julianne M. Holt, Public Defender for the 13th Judicial Circuit in Hillsborough County, will educate, instruct and inform us on what to do if our mentally ill loved-ones experience a crisis and the police are called.
The Honorable Julianne Holt, elected Public Defender since 1993, manages the largest criminal defense firm in Hillsborough County which employs approximately 120 lawyers; is an advocate for the indigent accused, and directs the representation of over 60,000 cases annually. Ms. Holt has a wealth of knowledge to tap into so that we can use it if and when the time comes.
RSVP to the Town Hall Meeting by calling (813) 341-3079 or clicking https://bit.ly/2xfDwBH.
This Town Hall discussion is hosted by Aaron’s House; a community pillar for caregivers of the mentally ill. Aaron’s House provides a safe place for caregivers to come together and share about a topic nobody wants to discuss. Aaron’s House was founded by a mother who lived through the very moments you find yourself enduring today.
We are grateful to have Rod Carter, award winning journalist who anchors News Channel 8’s weekend evening newscasts and News Channel 8 at 8 on Great 38 weekend evenings to moderate this important Town Hall Meeting.
Come to the Town Hall Meeting prepared with questions or comments and have an opportunity to discuss your personal experiences with the police while you learn the proper protocol during a crisis situation. Or, just come and be in the presence of others who are walking in your very shoes. You don’t have to do this alone.
You do not want to miss this informative and sought-after event. The event you wish you had attended the next time crisis strikes. Seating is limited. So please, RSVP today by calling (813) 341-3079 or clicking https://bit.ly/2xfDwBH.
About Aaron’s House:
Aaron’s House is a safe haven for parents and caregivers of loved ones living with Bipolar Disorder and/or Depression. The 501(c)3 nonprofit foundation was founded by Pamela Robinson, CEO after the untimely passing of her son Aaron Keith Robinson. Your support helps Aaron’s House proudly provide the much-needed support to caregivers and parents of people living with Bipolar Disorder and/or Depression need. If you would like more information, please contact Pamela Robinson by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pamela Robinson (813) 732-1180