Legislative Forum

Legislative Forum




Tippecanoe County Building

Tippecanoe Room

20 N. 3rd Street, Lafayette

Monday, December 10, 2018

6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

This forum will provide you with the opportunity to:

  • Meet with your recently elected officials
  • Inform yourself of current legislative issues
  • Learn your representatives’ priorities concerning mental health and substance use issues.
  • Ask questions of your elected officials
  • Learn what Tippecanoe County is doing to address mental health and substance use in our community. 

Invited Elected Officials: 

  • Brian Buchanan, Indiana State Senator, District 7
  • Ron Alting, Indiana State Senator, District 22
  • Sharon Negele, Indiana State Representative, District 13
  • Don Lehe, Indiana State Representative, District 25
  • Chris Campbell, Indiana State Representative, District 26
  • Sheila Klinker, Indiana State Representative, District 27
  • Tim Brown, Indiana State Representative, District 41

Contact the Drug-Free Coalition for More Information

765-471-9916 or jennifer@dftipp.org


This event is sponsored by Mental Health America Wabash Valley Region, NAMI-WCI, Sycamore Springs, United Way of Greater Lafayette, Valley Oaks Health, Willowstone Family Services, and the Drug-Free Coalition of Tippecanoe County

What's New

  • Teaching Your Children to Be Mentally Healthy and Happy


    Author: Nancy Buck

    What's called emotional regulation refers to the process by which a person recognizes their emotional upset and can satisfy their emotional need without having to upset others. Parents who never allow kids to become self-aware of uncomfortable emotional feelings or to learn how to comfort and help themselves, instead always doing this for them, interfere with their need to learn how to regulate their own emotions.

    Emotional regulation is key to good mental health and lifelong happiness

  • Volunteer: It's Good for Your Health


    Author: Andrea Carlstrom

    According to the Mayo Clinic Health System, volunteering helps people and changes lives. Volunteering decreases the risk of depression, especially for those 65 and older, when social interaction and supportive relationships are most needed.