Mental Health Day on The Hill

Mental Health Day on the Hill was held on Thursday, March 12, 2015.  Several MPA members spoke with Minnesota legislators regarding mental health issues.

From left to right: Representative Hornstein, Lindsey Nelson, Lisa Squire with Trisha Stark in the foreground.

From left to right: CJ Swanlund and Representative Erhardt.

From left to right: Lindsey Nelson, Trisha Stark, Senator Dibble, Susan McPherson and Beryl Wingate.

From left to right: Senator Scalze and Yasmine Moideen.

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