|Client & Family Satisfaction Survey|
Tell Us How We're Doing
Dear clients and families of The Emily Program:
Our 2011 client and family satisfaction survey is now open! Please take a few minutes to tell us about your experiences at The Emily Program. We want you to receive the right treatment for you (and your family). Without your feedback we won't have the information needed to continuously improve our services. The survey will take about 15 minutes to complete.
You offer a unique perspective and experience, whether you are just starting with us or you've been here a while and lived through our growth and changes over the years. Please share that valuable information with us. We'll use the information gathered from the survey to improve your experience here.
Here's the link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2011ClientSatisfactionSurvey
At the end of the survey you can enter to win a Kindle or iPod Nano! Each will be preloaded with an item or two selected by EP staff. Your name and contact information will be separate from your survey answers.
This survey is open through April.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us -- and for being part of The Emily Program family.
|Public Health Film Festival to Screen "Food Stamped"|
Mental health, food, social justice, health care, climate change, refugees, and HIV are the topics of this year's annual festival, hosted by the University of Minnesota School of Public Health. Doors will open at 5 p.m. with the program and films starting at 5:30 p.m. There will be free admission, food, and beverages for attendees. To view the film schedule, speakers, and locations, click here.
A free public screening of "Food Stamped" will take place on Tuesday, April 5 at the Coffman Memorial Union Theater, University of Minnesota.
This film follows Shira and Yoav Potash as they attempt to eat a well-balanced diet on food stamps. The couple consults with food justice activists, nutrition experts, politicians, and people living on food stamps to understand the challenge of putting three-square meals on the table each day with only $1 per meal.
To learn more about the April 5th food-themed evening, view the film schedule, and promotions, click here.
|In the News|
Current News Articles
Keep up with the latest news. Here is an article you may be interested in:
USA Today Eating disorders hit more than half million teens