Social Action

Social Action Book Group

Since September 11th, 2001, the MWP Social Action Book Group has focused on books about the experiences of immigrant populations and the issues that have brought them to this country and our community.  All the books teach us about the strengths and resilience of people in other cultures. The book group meets four times a year on the second or fourth Saturday of the month in March, June, September and December, from 1:30-3pm. 

Please check the calendar for exact dates. If you are interested in more information or would like to be on the book club mailing list, please contact

FFI: Jane Whiteside at

Lobby the Legislation


This task force has a mission to participate at the legislature on issues of mental health and mental health compensation equity.

FFI: Kelley Marschall Chair at

Relevant Voices Committee

Purpose:  To provide input on how MWP can grow and expand our awareness/knowledge on issues related to social justice, diversity, systemic racism, equity, accessibility for members, clients, and the community.   

Activities: We will plan outreach and community activities for MWP members to participate in that are relevant and related to the above mentioned issues.   The activities will be centered around gathering input through investigation/research, surveys, focus groups, informal gatherings, personal perspective writings, etc.   We will seek to build relationships with agencies, groups, communities, and individuals that may be appropriate over time. Meetings: Once a month plus additional tasks as they come up. 

 FFI: Sam Franklin