DMAX Foundation Presents Dr. Gottlieb with Former Rep. Patrick J. Kennedy, April 27

Register to attend a powerful presentation and discussion on brain research, development and progress on cures for brain-related diseases, disorders and injuries with Dr. Dan Gottlieb, host, WHYY FM’s Voices in the Family and The Hon. Patrick J. Kennedy.

Mr. Kennedy is Founder of OneMind and The Kennedy Forum, member of America’s most iconic family, and former U.S. Representative who authored the groundbreaking Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008.

This event is offered through a partnership between DMAX Foundation and Main Line School Night Forum.

Click HERE to Register

Monday, April 27, 2015 7:00 pm

PREMIUM TICKETS: Presentation and Q&A; Wine and Cheese Reception with Speakers; front section seating: $49 *SOLD OUT*

GENERAL TICKETS: Presentation and Q&A; General seating: $24

STUDENT TICKETS:  This event is appropriate for adults and high school and college students.  A limited number of Student tickets are available at no cost.  Donations requested.

Patrick Kennedy microphone

Former Rep. Patrick J. Kennedy

Representative Patrick Kennedy served 16 years in the U.S. House of Representatives, and is predominantly known as author and lead sponsor of the groundbreaking Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008. Now, Patrick Kennedy has built a national coalition seeking new treatments and cures for neurologic and psychiatric diseases of the brain affecting one in every three Americans. His Kennedy Forum on Community Mental Health continues to advocate for mental health parity, a goal started by President John F. Kennedy with the signing of the Community Mental Health Act.

Rep. Kennedy is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including the Autism Society of America Congressional Leadership Award, the Depression and Bipolar Support Paul Wellstone Mental Health Award, the Epilepsy Foundation Public Service Award. He is also founder of the Congressional Down Syndrome Caucus and the 21st Century Healthcare Caucus, as well as an honorary advisor to SAM-Smart Approaches to Marijuana.

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