Dr. Will Miller
Isolation and the American Mental Health Crisis: Connecting Dots
The research is abundant that disconnection and social isolation is a profound contributor to the mental health crisis in American life.
Dr. Gary Bond
Work is a Key to Recovery
Most people with mental illness want to work, and those who find and keep meaningful jobs report that working greatly aids their recovery process.
Jill Ginn, Assistant Trust Director, The Arc Master Trust
The Arc Master Trust provides a way for people living with a disability and their families to plan for the future, without endangering eligibility for government programs.
Amy M. Corbin, Executive Director, Indiana ABLE Authority
Indiana Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) accounts, allow for individuals with disabilities to save for their future and pay for disability related expenses without jeopardizing access to public benefits. The intent of these accounts is to ease financial burdens on individuals with disabilities to allow for tax-free savings to cover qualified expenses including, but not limited to, education, transportation, housing and medical needs.
Medical Legal Partnerships
Rakuya K. Trice, JD, Directing Attorney, Medical Legal Partnerships Team, Indiana Legal Services, Inc.
Medical Legal Partnership s(MLP) provides free, civil legal representation to mental health patients . Rakuya K. Trice is the deputy director of Indiana Legal Services, Inc. Prior to becoming deputy director, Rakuya was the directing attorney of Indiana Legal Services, Inc.‘s Indianapolis Regional Medical Legal Partnerships Team. Rakuya is a graduate of Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law.
Medical Legal Partnerships
Jennifer Penman, JD, Attorney, Indiana Legal Services, Inc.
Medical Legal Partnership s(MLP) provides free, civil legal representation to mental health patients . Jennifer Penman is an attorney at Indiana Legal Services with the Eskenazi Medical Legal Partnership group. Jennifer graduated from IU McKinney School of Law, where she focused on healthcare and access to medicines through her work in the Health and Human Rights Clinic.
Understanding the “Spectrum of Assistance” for Vulnerable Adults: Legal Guardianship and Less Restrictive Alternatives
Erica Costello, Staff Attorney, Adult Guardianship Office, Indiana Supreme Court
Ask the Doctor - Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Mallery Neff, MD/MPH, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics; Assistant Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, IU School of Medicine
The ask the doctor workshops give you an opportunity to ask questions of an expert in their field. Dr. Mallery Neff graduated from IU School of Medicine, and completed Triple Board Residency training there as well. She has experience in working with children both as a general pediatrician and child psychiatrist. She has experience in multiple areas of psychiatry, but her primary focus has been children and adolescents requiring acute inpatient or residential care.
Ask the Doctor
The ask the doctor workshops give you an opportunity to ask questions of an expert in their field. Dr. Jamison graduated from The Ohio State University College of Medicine and is in his last year of general psychiatry training at the IU School of Medicine. His training has included experience working with adults with a broad range of mental health issues in acute inpatient as well as outpatient clinic settings. His future areas of focus include working with those with severe mental illness and improving systems of mental health care delivery.