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Office of Mental Health

OMH Statewide Virtual Town Hall Featuring
Commissioner Ann Marie Sullivan, M.D

OMH is conducting a Statewide Virtual Town Hall on November 13, 2018, from 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. with Commissioner Ann Sullivan, M.D. The Commissioner will be presenting and taking feedback on several key agency priorities.

The town hall will be held online via WebEx to maximize access for public participation, with one site at OMH Central Office for attendees who are unable to access the event online.

This event will provide the public an opportunity to learn more about the OMH vision for the future, including progress on the Commissioner’s top policy and planning priorities presented at last year’s town hall. Comments and questions can be presented both online and live for those attending at the OMH site.

OMH is dedicated to providing individuals and families access to quality, integrated services and supports that foster recovery and well-being. Input from the public is crucial in assisting the agency in meeting the needs of all of the people we serve.

In addition to the WebEx broadcast, the town hall will also be shown at OMH Central Office in Albany (44 Holland Avenue, Albany, New York, 8th Floor Conference Room). Registration for the Albany site will have limited capacity and WebEx participation is recommended. In-person registration will close on October 25th, or once site capacity has been reached.

All public comments will be reviewed and considered in the development of the OMH Statewide Comprehensive Plan pursuant to Section 5.07 of New York State Mental Hygiene Law. Individuals and organizations may also submit formal written comments up to three weeks following the event at Office of Planning.

If you require any special accommodations to participate in the event or have questions about the format, please contact Ben Rosen at 518-474-1897.