Leggett to Join Mental Health Association to Kick Off Troops and Family Care Project
Leggett to Join Mental Health Association to Kick Off
Troops and Family Care Project: Will Strengthen Community Based Resources for Veterans and Families
MHA Awarded Matching Grant from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Monday, August 1, 2011
Rockville Memorial Library, 21 Maryland Avenue, 2nd Floor Conference Room, Rockville
Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett will join Mental Health Association of Montgomery County (MHA) Executive Director Sharon Friedman and other community partners to celebrate a new initiative designed to strengthen and coordinate community-based resources for troops, veterans and their families in Montgomery County. The Troops and Family Care Project is made possible by a four-year $500,000 matching grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
The project is an initiative of the Mental Health Association of Montgomery County, in collaboration with Easter Seals Greater Washington-Baltimore Region and other local partners.