Lindner Center of HOPE Honored by Opportunity to Present to Local Government Collaboration

Representatives from Lindner Center of HOPE were invited as special guests to the second meeting of the Tri-State Local Government Collaboration on September 12, 2018, held at the Great American Tower.

The purpose of the invitation was to give mental health a voice in front of elected officials and discuss what kind of action is needed to become leaders in the country for addressing the mental health needs of our community.

Josh Gerth, President, Anderson Township Board of Trustees; Kris Knochelmann, Judge Executive, Kenton County and Jim Thatcher, Commissioner, Dearborn County brought the group together for this important discussion.

Founder and Chairman of the Board of Lindner Center of HOPE addressed the crowd, sharing the journey to opening Lindner Center of HOPE. Mike Glen, Vice President, Business Development and Innovation, Lindner Center of HOPE also made some remarks.