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UPCOMING EVENT 4/8: Responding to Mental Health Crises without Berkeley Police

Responding to Mental Health Crises without Berkeley Police: A Community Forum ~Click here for Facebook Event~ When: Saturday, April 8, 2017, 1pm - 5pm Where: 1924 Cedar St, Berkeley (Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists)

What can mental health care and crisis response look like without police involvement? Join the Justice 4 Kayla Moore Coalition and Berkeley Copwatch for a forum to address that question. The forum will feature individuals and organizations who are fighting for, building and living out mental health alternatives to the police. We will also discuss next steps for our campaign to fight for changes in how our communities and the City of Berkeley approach mental health crises.

Accessibility info: The space is wheelchair accessible. Please contact us (see below) to let us know what your access needs are.

Need a ride or childcare? Contact us (below) to request these resources. Arrangements to make childcare and rides available are in progress.

Interested in presenting at the forum? Have experience (through life and/or work) with non-police mental health resources or the intersection of mental health and policing? Contact Charlotte at or 510-847-6310. We'd love to hear from you!

General Contact: | 510-224-5950 |

#Events #MentalHealth #KaylaMoore #Rights #PoliceViolenceandKillings #ExcessiveForce #Berkeley #BerkeleyPD


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