A statement regarding the Orlando Tragedy from Trillium Health President & CEO Andrea DeMeo

Communities across the nation are hurting. Our Rochester community is hurting. The senseless tragedy in Orlando has caused tremendous grief in all communities especially the LGBTQ community and in communities of color.

I remain committed to ensuring our support  in this time of mourning.

Trillium Health is offering walk-in supportive mental health services from 1-5pm on Thursday June 16th at 259 Monroe Avenue. And The MOCHA Center at 189 N. Water Street, Suite 1 is offering group sessions with Mental Health Counselors that same evening, from 5-7pm.

I want  to assure all of our patients , staff and volunteers that your safety at The MOCHA Center and Trillium Health is of utmost importance.

Together we will heal. You have my commitment that The MOCHA Center and Trillium Health will do everything we can to support our community during this most difficult time.

Sincerely,

Andrea DeMeo

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