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Kopera Quoted in New York Times article on Illinois mental health cuts

Kopera Quoted in New York Times article on Illinois mental health cuts

 In a New York Times article examining the effects of drastic mental health cuts in Illinois, C4 CEO Tony Kopera described the plight of uninsured people with mental illness who can no longer turn to C4 for help after years of decreased state funding.   

Community Behavioral Health Association Honors Tony Kopera with Lifetime Achievement Award

Community Behavioral Health Association Honors Tony Kopera with Lifetime Achievement Award

Dr. Anthony Kopera, President & CEO of Community Counseling Centers of Chicago (C4) has been honored by the Community Behavioral Healthcare Association of Illinois with its 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award.   Dr. Kopera will retire from C4 on March 1, 2012 after a 32-year tenure.

C4 Featured in NPR Series on Youth and Mental Illness

C4 Featured in NPR Series on Youth and Mental Illness

How do you help a young adult with severe mental illness face the  seemingly overwhelming challenges of becoming independent? 

 

Fall Newsletter Available

Fall Newsletter Available

How does C4 put people at the center?  What national award did C4 win for its jobs program?  Want to check out photos from C4 Miles? For answers, check out the latest fall newsletter.

Time to Help the People!

Time to Help the People!

 
 Several adults who use C4  services were among 200 gathered for a noon rally  October 17 at the Thompson Center to protest the closing three state psychiatric centers and dramatic cuts in state funding for community-based mental health services.

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