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Boynton Beach

Mental Health Committee

The Boynton Beach Mental Health Committee table enjoying the Fifth Annual Voice Awards Luncheon January 23rd at Broken Sound Country Club hosted by Boca Raton’s Promise:

L to R—Margaret Newton, Delores Taylor, Jerry Taylor, Alisha Singh, Sherry Johnson, Rev. Woodrow Hay, Gerda Klein, Mildred Hay

Boynton Beach Mental Health Committee at the 9th annual Back to School Community Health & Resource Fair sponsored by Bridges of Boynton Beach

On May 2nd, Boynton Beach Mayor Steven Grant presented the Proclamation for Mental Health Month to Chair of the Boynton Beach Mental Health Committee, Woodrow Hay.

In Photo from left to right: Mayor Steven Grant, Margaret Newton, Cynthia Shulman, Jerry Taylor, Gerda Klein, Rev Woodrow Hay, Chair; Mildred Hay, Ray de los Rios

Pathways to Prosperity Back to School Fair August 2015.....

BBMHC participation in Palm Healthcare Foundation's Project "Healthier Together, Boynton Beach" 

BBMHC member Margaret Newton, leading a teen book talk at the Boynton Beach City Library during Mental Health Month

Visit Boynton Beach Library and your Palm Beach County Libraries during the month of May for special books and handouts about mental health   

Professionals who participated in Psychology Day #2 at Boynton Beach High School in 2016, introducing students to career opportunities in mental health.

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Acceptance ambassador talks mental illness ......

Hakeem Rahim was introduced by Rita Thrasher, a retired teacher and President of Boca Raton's Promise, who lost two daughters to mental illness. He gave three presentations to 900 students in area schools and 60 community members in Boca Raton Regional Hospital's Dawson Theater.. Hakeem Rahim was the first black valedictorian at his high school and went on to Harvard University, but he was hiding a secret. Sidelined by panic attacks, he was eventually diagnosed as having bipolar disorder and began taking medication. He was able to graduate and earn more degrees at another Ivy League school.

BBMHC at the School DIstrict Mental Health Symposium at Park Vista High School  

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