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Spaces still remain for Thursday’s Crucial Conversation luncheon

Be sure to reserve your seat for this Thursday’s Crucial Conversation luncheon: “No more excuses: Building a lawful, 21st Century system for serving people with mental illness.”

The event will feature two of the smartest experts around on the subject — Joshua Norris, the Director of Legal Advocacy for The Georgia Advocacy Office and Vicki Smith, Executive Director of Disability Rights North Carolina. Don’t miss this chance to get up to speed on this critical and too-long neglected topic.

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