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​​​​A Conversation with Monica Robins


NAMI Geauga County March Speaker Meeting

March 26, 2015

6:30 p.m.

R.S.V.P. Below

Monica Robins is an Emmy award winning reporter well known as one of Northeast Ohio’s most reliable sources for health news.  As Senior Health Correspondent, she has earned the respect of the region’s medical establishments including The Academy of Medicine of Cleveland and Northern Ohio for fair, accurate and unbiased reporting. 


Her dedication to providing quality health information to Northeast Ohio earned her several prestigious awards including the Community Service Award from Fairview, Lakewood, Lutheran Hospitals and the Community West Foundation, the Bronze Key award from Recovery Resources, the media award from the ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga county for her in-depth coverage of the heroin epidemic in Northeast, Ohio.   


NAMI Geauga County's executive director, Dennis Michelson, will turn the tables and interview Ms. Robins. Some of the topics to be discussed are:

Sisters of Notre Dame Education Center

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Progress and obstacles in the battle with addiction
​Advances in mental health treatment and services
​Medicaid expansion and funding issues
​Law enforcement and mental health crisis
Role of the court in mental health and substance abuse cases
Jails as defacto community mental institutions
Successes and failures of others and 
Questions from the audience.​

Why Monica Robins?

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