Unlock Vital Mental Health Resources: Exclusive Fair in Richton Park this Tuesday


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RICHTON PARK – In a collaborative effort to address the mental well-being of the community, State Senator Patrick Joyce is teaming up with fellow lawmakers: State Senator Michael Hastings, and State Representatives Anthony DeLuca and Debbie Meyers-Martin to organize a Mental Health Resource Fair. 

Emphasizing the significance of mental wellness, Joyce (D-Essex) stated, “Your mental health is just as important as your physical health.” Scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 3, 5-8 p.m. at Richton Park Village Hall, 4455 Sauk Trail, the event features vital 20-minute segments on child and teen mental health. 

Additionally, South Suburban NAMI will spotlight their invaluable local aids. Queries? Dial Joyce’s district office at 708-756-0882.


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