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Quarterly Mental Health Coalition Meeting March 8, 2013

All Coalition members are invited to the Quarterly Mental Health Coalition Meeting at the Enabling Access to Mental Health Coalition in Sierra Leone Project Office, Bass Street 3 on Friday the 8th March 2013 at 10: 00 am Prompt.  The agenda of this meeting will be communicated later.
Committees and sub-committees members are expected to come with work plan base on their strategies for 2013. if you would like to suggest any agenda item to be included in the schedule please let me know.
Thanks for your usual cooperation.
Salifu Samura Jr
Secretary

2013 MH Conference

On behalf of the Mental Health Coalition of Sierra Leone, we are pleased to invite you to the 2nd Annual Mental Health Conference of Sierra Leone.

This year’s conference will take place on 19th March, 2013 at the British Council in Freetown, Sierra Leone.

Please see the attached Letter of Invitation, Official Invitation Card (with the conference program) and Registration Form.

As there is limited space, the MH Coalition requests that registration is completed by 12th March, 2013. Please submit the attached registration form either electronically to Isata Bunduka (enablingaccesscorpa@gmail.com) or in person at the Enabling Access to Mental Health Project Office (Bass Street 3, Off King Harman Road, Brookfields, Freetown).

Please find the Invitation Card, Invitation Letter, and Conference Registration Form using the links below:

MH_Conf_2013_InvitationCard

MH Conference Invitation Letter

MH Conference Registration Form

Overview about the three coalition partners of the Project

City of Rest is a Day Care Mental Health Organisation, who deals with ranges of health challenges including Psychosis, Substance Abuse and Trauma. It deals with all range of age, with specific emphasis on youths and adults. At present, it is working on building a mental health coalition body that would serve as a voice for those suffering from mental health and it care givers.