Flawless Sponsors 2015 Kennedy Forum Conference in Boston
On June 8 and 9, 2015, The Kennedy Forum held its second conference event in Boston, MA. The two day event commenced Monday evening with a gala at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, and featured a wide range of speakers including Martin Luther King III, Newt Gingrich and actor and activist Wayne Brady. Tuesday’s program brought together a variety of inspiring panelists each bringing their unique experience and voice to the discussion of the current state of mental health and substance use disorders nationally and globally.
The Kennedy Forum embraces with the ambitious task of creating a cohesive and clear agenda concerning the much-needed change in the treatment of mental health and addiction. Through an in-depth focus and analysis of payer accountability, provider accountability, integration and coordination of services, technology, and brain fitness and health, the Kennedy Forum, initiated by Patrick Kennedy, strives to transform the current state of affairs of mental health and addiction. Recognizing the opportunity to create lasting and impactful change for the way mental health and addiction is treated in our government, the Kennedy Forum aims to be a leader in this important civil rights movement. Changing the way the legislator treats mental health and addiction is a vital step towards fulfilling Flawless Foundation’s mission to revolutionize the way the world perceives, prevents and treats brain based behavioral challenges.
The Flawless Foundation had the great opportunity to partake and sponsor this vital conference, and we look forward to working with the Kennedy Forum to continue our shared goal of parity and real change to the mental health and addiction field.
Flawless Benefit Featured on PortlandSocietyPage.com
Portland, May 17th, 2015. Flawless Foundation board member Sheila Hamilton hosted a private event in her home to benefit the work of the foundation. She’s pictured with Ron Cain, Jeff Kohnstamm and Sally Kohnstamm. The evening offered a chance for guests to become acquainted with the Foundation’s mission, which is to revolutionize the way people perceive, prevent, and treat brain-based behavioral challenges. (photo credit, J.Francis Rhodes)