TPV residents host Mental Health Arizona Hall of Fame Ceremony
Town of Paradise Valley Independent - 4/11/2018
Mental Health America of Arizona recently held its second annual Mental Health Hall of Fame Ceremony at the Paradise Valley home of board members Dr. Chuck and Laurie Goldstein.
There were more than 120 people in attendance at the event, including Arizona Rep. Kelli Butler, Arizona Sen. Nancy Barto and Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton.
Proceeds are used to further the mission of promoting the mental health and well-being for all Arizonans through education, advocacy and the shaping of public policy.
Dr. Michael Franzcak was inducted into Mental Health America of AZ's Mental Helth Hall of Fame.
Dr. Franczak has been a tireless advocate in the behavioral system for decades and has been active in both the public sphere with the state departments, and privately working with a few community providers.
During his induction, he was described as a "kind, ethical and determined professional who always puts the needs of his patients first."
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