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Ernie and Joe: Crisis Cops

2019, 30 mins

Presented by: Fellowship Housing Opportunities, Inc.


In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, Fellowship Housing is pleased to present Ernie & Joe:  Crisis Cops an intimate portrait of two Texas police officers who are helping change the way police respond to mental health crisis calls.  The film takes audiences on a personal journey, weaving together their experiences during their daily encounters with people in crisis.  Guns and handcuffs holstered, Ernie and Joe de-escalate confrontations, divert people in crisis to desperately needed mental health services and above all…save lives.

Joe Smarro, a star of the film, will then lead a panel discussion with our own community leaders on this important issue and how the community of Concord, NH deals with crisis response.  He will be joined by Concord Chief of Police, Bradley Osgood.  Executive Director  of NAMI-NH, Susan Stearns.  VP Clinical Operations of Riverbend, Sarah Gagnon and a special guest from the community.

The evening will start at 6:00PM with dessert and networking and will conclude at 9:00PM.  There is no cost for tickets to see the film although, there is limited seating so reservations are required.



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