Skidaway Hamiltons Talk Mental Health Initiatives at February 18 Meeting

Courtesy of Skidaway Hamiltons

Join the Skidaway Hamiltons at Messiah Lutheran Church on February 18, at 3:15 p.m. to learn more about local mental health services and what is happening on the mental health front in Chatham County.

Dr. Mark Johnson, CEO of the Gateway Community Service Board, will share information on three important developments for strengthening mental health services throughout the County:

  1. Coordination of law enforcement and EMS using the Intercept Model and Breaking the Cycle
  2. Construction and opening of the Chatham County Behavioral Health Crisis Center
  3. Training of psychiatrists in Savannah in the ACGME accredited Psychiatry Residency Program

Skidaway Hamiltons is a nonpartisan, progressive men’s organization. The meeting is free for all Hamiltons members and members of Skidaway Abigails. Guests may attend the meeting for a $10 fee.

For more information, including membership, upcoming events, and user-friendly resources, visit the Hamiltons’ website (

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