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County to Host Two Forums to Discuss Mental Health Services for Children and Adults Forum for children & youth to be held May 2nd, forum for adults set for May 16th Poughkeepsie, NY … The Dutchess County Department of Community & Behavioral Health (DBCH) invites residents to the two upcoming attend public forums in May to discuss mental health services offered in Dutchess County for children and adults. These forums will both be held at 230 North Road in Poughkeepsie from 5:30pm-7:30pm. Registration is not required, and “walk-ins” are welcome. Families, caregivers, and local stakeholders are encouraged to attend and share their input and experiences, as all feedback received at the forums will help shape the County’s 2024 Local Services Plans. The forums dates and topics are as scheduled: Mental Health Services for Children & Youth Tuesday, May 2nd Mental Health Services for Adults Tuesday, May 16th DBCH’s Deputy Commissioner Jean-Marie Niebuhr said, “Mental health is a very important topic which affects many of our residents, those either struggling with their own mental health or assisting a loved one who is. The forums are a great way to provide detailed information about available services as well as hear directly from participants on what is working and what may need improvement. We encourage the public to attend and let us know how we can better assist in their mental health journey as we continue our mission of keeping Dutchess County residents healthy and safe.” Each discussion will include 2022 highlights, proposed changes, guest speakers, information on resources available to local families and how they can access them. In addition, there will be a period for those attending to give input, ask questions regarding services, or have time to share their experiences. For those unable to attend, DBCH welcomes written comments to be read aloud by the forum moderator. Individuals may submit comments online, fax comments to (845) 486-2829, or mail to: DBCH Forum Comments, 230 North Rd, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601. Comments received after the forum will also be considered in the 2024 Service Plan.

County to Host Two Forums to Discuss Mental Health Services for Children and Adults   Forum for children & youth to be held May 2nd, forum for adults set for May 16th   Poughkeepsie, NY … The Dutchess County Department of…

Continue Reading County to Host Two Forums to Discuss Mental Health Services for Children and Adults Forum for children & youth to be held May 2nd, forum for adults set for May 16th Poughkeepsie, NY … The Dutchess County Department of Community & Behavioral Health (DBCH) invites residents to the two upcoming attend public forums in May to discuss mental health services offered in Dutchess County for children and adults. These forums will both be held at 230 North Road in Poughkeepsie from 5:30pm-7:30pm. Registration is not required, and “walk-ins” are welcome. Families, caregivers, and local stakeholders are encouraged to attend and share their input and experiences, as all feedback received at the forums will help shape the County’s 2024 Local Services Plans. The forums dates and topics are as scheduled: Mental Health Services for Children & Youth Tuesday, May 2nd Mental Health Services for Adults Tuesday, May 16th DBCH’s Deputy Commissioner Jean-Marie Niebuhr said, “Mental health is a very important topic which affects many of our residents, those either struggling with their own mental health or assisting a loved one who is. The forums are a great way to provide detailed information about available services as well as hear directly from participants on what is working and what may need improvement. We encourage the public to attend and let us know how we can better assist in their mental health journey as we continue our mission of keeping Dutchess County residents healthy and safe.” Each discussion will include 2022 highlights, proposed changes, guest speakers, information on resources available to local families and how they can access them. In addition, there will be a period for those attending to give input, ask questions regarding services, or have time to share their experiences. For those unable to attend, DBCH welcomes written comments to be read aloud by the forum moderator. Individuals may submit comments online, fax comments to (845) 486-2829, or mail to: DBCH Forum Comments, 230 North Rd, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601. Comments received after the forum will also be considered in the 2024 Service Plan.

Photographs by Jane Haslam @LAND Gallery in Pawling, NY May 5 – June 25. 2023 Artist Reception Friday May 12, 2023

Photographs by Jane Haslam @LAND Gallery in Pawling, NY May 5 – June 25. 2023 Artist Reception Friday May 12, 2023 LAND Gallery in Pawling, New York is presenting “Impressions” – a new exhibition of photographs by Jane Haslam. Through…

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Copake Grange Events

Copake Grange Events The Mamaliga Klezmer Band. Klezmer music comes to Copake COPAKE—Copake Grange #935 presents the Mamaliga Klezmer Band in concert in the Grange Hall theater, 628 Empire Road, June 1, 7 to 8:30 p.m. “Boisterous and driving, lilting…

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Three-day Amateur Radio Licensing Class Scheduled for April 21-23

Three-day Amateur Radio Licensing Class Scheduled for April 21-23 Poughkeepsie, NY… The Dutchess County Department of Emergency Response, in partnership with the Mount Beacon Amateur Radio Club, will host a three-day Technician Level amateur radio licensing class on Friday, April 21st…

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Rebuilding Together Dutchess County to Rebuild 3 Homes on National Rebuilding Day

Rebuilding Together Dutchess County to Rebuild 3 Homes on National Rebuilding Day Dutchess County, NY – April 29, 2023 – Rebuilding Together Dutchess County (RTDC), a local affiliate of the leading national nonprofit organization, Rebuilding Together, will host its annual National…

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CCE PUTNAM ANNOUNCES MASTER GARDENER PLANT SALE

CCE PUTNAM ANNOUNCES MASTER GARDENER PLANT SALE Brewster, NY – April 13, 2023 — Cornell Cooperative Extension – Putnam has announced its annual Master Gardener Plant Sale for Saturday, May 13, 2023 from 8:30 – 12:30 at Putnam County Veterans…

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AMENIA FIRE COMPANY PANCAKE BREAKFAST

AMENIA FIRE COMPANY PANCAKE BREAKFAST SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 2023 (Final Breakfast until Fall) AT THE AMENIA FIREHOUSE 36 MECHANIC STREET 7:30 TO 11 A.M. ALL YOU CAN EAT! ADULTS: $10.00 SENIORS/UNDER 12: $9.00 INFO: 845-373-8352

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Dutchess County to Host 2nd Annual Health Fair at Dutchess Community College

Dutchess County to Host 2nd Annual Health Fair at Dutchess Community College   Poughkeepsie… As part of its continuing efforts to promote healthy living and wellness, the Dutchess County Department of Behavioral and Community Health (DBCH) will host its second annual Y.O.U.R (Young, Old, Urban, Rural)…

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County To Offer Free Rabies Clinic on Sunday, April 30th

County To Offer Free Rabies Clinic on Sunday, April 30th   Poughkeepsie…The Dutchess County Department of Behavioral & Community Health (DBCH) is partnering with the Dutchess County SPCA to host a free rabies vaccination clinic for pets on Sunday, April…

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Hunt Hill Farm is delighted to announce its first event as an esteemed accredited United Nations NGO this year

Hunt Hill Farm and Health Care Advocates International are delighted to announce its first event as an esteemed accredited United Nations NGO this year. The organization was granted special observer status with the UN-ECOSOC in July 2022, and it has…

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Merwinsville Hotel Spring Show

  More days to shop at Spring Arts and Fine Crafts Show The sixth annual Spring Arts and Fine Crafts Show at the historic Merwinsville Hotel in Gaylordsville, CT, will offer six days to shop over two weekends just in…

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“Free Spirit” – Sculptures and Paintings by Miriam Nelson March 31 – May 10, 2023 at the Sherman Library

  The Sherman Library is pleased to announce a special art show titled “Free Spirit” – featuring small sculptures and paintings by Miriam Nelson, PhD.  At the age of 55, Miriam or “Mimi” as she is fondly called, became a sculptor.   Using stone, metal, marble, steel,…

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AMENIA FIRE COMPANY PANCAKE BREAKFAST

AMENIA FIRE COMPANY PANCAKE BREAKFAST SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 2023 AT THE AMENIA FIREHOUSE 36 MECHANIC STREET 7:30 TO 11 A.M. ALL YOU CAN EAT! ADULTS: $10.00 SENIORS/UNDER 12: $9.00 INFO: 845-373-8352

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Come to the Cabaret with Gatz Cantare

Come to the Cabaret with Gatz Cantare   COPAKE—Copake Grange #935 presents Cabaret Night, “All That ’20s,” with the Gatz Cantare at the Grange Hall, 628 Empire Road, April 1, from 7 to 8:30 p.m.   This cabaret performance with…

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Sherman Chamber Ensemble Kicks Off 2023 Season “Best of Baroque” Concerts Feature Bach’s Triple Concerto March 18 in Pawling and Washington, March 19 in Kent

Sherman Chamber Ensemble Kicks Off 2023 Season “Best of Baroque” Concerts Feature Bach’s Triple Concerto March 18 in Pawling and Washington, March 19 in Kent The Sherman Chamber Ensemble’s “Best of Baroque” concerts have been praised as “stunning performances ……

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