C4 Attends NAMI Chicago Annual Awards Dinner: Light the Darkness 2018

C4 Attends NAMI Chicago Annual Awards Dinner: Light the Darkness 2018

Each year, the Chicago chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, known as NAMI Chicago, comes together with member organizations for the annual awards dinner.   This year’s event, “Light the Darkness 2018”  illuminated the path to change; highlighting conversations that create understanding, support destigmatizing mental illness,  and the collective spark that ignites empowerment and recovery.  C4 leadership members proudly attended this enlightening event.
 
NAMI Chicago’s mission is to provide hope and improve the quality of life for those in the greater Chicago area whose lives are affected by serious mental illness by providing information & referrals, education, support, advocacy, and active community outreach. C4 is an active member of the NAMI community, which works with mental health providers, providers of support services, schools, community based organizations, faith based organizations, law enforcement, and more.  To learn more about NAMI visit http://namichicago.org/

Pictured from left to right:
Tandra M. Rutledge, Riveredge Hospital Director of Business Development

Carey Carlock, Riveredge Hospital CEO
Chris Carroll, C4 President & CEO
Alexa James, NAMI Executive Director

 
C4 Leadership Staff in Attendance:
Katherine Bartholomew, Director of Child and Adolescence Services
Ron Sumpter, Director of Specialized Services
Chris Carroll, President & CEO
Candace Kovacs, Director of Crisis and Justice Services
Norm Asher, Director of Adult Outpatient Services
Jeffry Romano, Associate Director of Specialized Services