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Baker Act Seminar with Attorney Carmen Miller

CCHR Florida 109 N. Fort Harrison Ave, Clearwater

Attorney Carmen Miller delivers this seminar to educate citizens on their legal rights and how they can protect their family when it comes to psychiatric involuntary commitment in Florida.

Free

Open House – “Is Racism Still Alive?”

CCHR Florida 109 N. Fort Harrison Ave, Clearwater

In the United States, African-American and Hispanic children in predominantly white school districts are classified as “learning disabled” more often than whites.

Free

Alternative Solutions to Mental Health

CCHR Florida 109 N. Fort Harrison Ave, Clearwater

CCHR Florida hosts a seminar with Dr. Stephen Nedd to look through the different alternative solutions that exist for a successful mental health.

Free

Baker Act Defense Attorney Continuing Legal Education

Fort Harrison 210 S. Fort Harrison Ave, Clearwater

DISCUSS strategies to effectively serve families and to eradicate violations of the law.

GET EDUCATED on the mental health statutes, significant changes and case law.

DISCOVER successful actions for defending the rights of citizens being held under a Baker Act.

Free

All Events are Being Live Streamed

During the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, and until further notice all CCHR Florida events are being live streamed using Facebook. Please visit the CCHR Florida Facebook Page for more information.

5th Annual Purple Heart Day Banquet

Fort Harrison 210 S. Fort Harrison Ave, Clearwater

Please join us in commemorating the courage and sacrifice of Purple Heart awardees and their families and hear from special guest speakers about what can be done to protect and empower our nation’s heroes.

Complimentary dinner & valet parking.

Free

World Mental Health Day Webinar “What is the Baker Act?”

Online

The Baker Act in Florida allows a child, an adult or the elderly to be involuntarily sent for a psychiatric examination.

This webinar with Carmen Miller, Esq. will educate you on what legal rights exist and how you can protect yourself and your family.

Free