100 Black Men Lecture Series Continues March 27 with Look at Mental Health Services in the Black Community

(Syracuse, New York, March 14, 2017) – Representatives from four local health providers will address the issue of mental health services in the black community at 7 p.m. March 27 during the third in a series of free, monthly public health lectures hosted by 100 Black Men of Syracuse and Black Nurses Rock. The 90-minute lectures, which conclude with a question and answer period, are held at the South Side Innovation Center, 2610 S. Salina St. in Syracuse.

Mariah Senecal-Reilly, MPA, marketing coordinator for Circare, and Novelette Pierce, director of operations for Contact Community Services, will be among the guest speakers at the March 27 lecture.  Also speaking are Steven Comer, MA, CASAC, WIP, a psychiatric rehabilitation counselor for St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center’s Personalized Recovery Oriented Services program, and Jasmin Allen, Ph.D., staff therapist at the Syracuse University Counseling Center.

The free community lecture series, which is held the fourth Monday of each month through July 24, will feature a range of remaining health topics, including:

  • prostate cancer
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • diabetes
  • stroke

No advance registration is required for the lecture series.

For more information, email Charles Anderson  or call him at (315) 200-7847 or email Denise Baker  or call her at (315) 378-8386.