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So many of our New Year’s resolutions focus on our physical health. Join us for a discussion about how to make mental health a priority in 2023.
November 2022 — The State of Stigma: Veterans Mental Health: Needing Help. Wanting Help. Finding Help.
Stigma can be a significant barrier for Veterans needing and wanting help for mental health challenges. An estimated 50% of returning Veterans in need do not seek mental health treatment. Moderated By: Matt Smith, Executive Director Preventionfocus Speakers: Dan...
Migrants and refugees can be exposed to various stress factors which affect their mental health and well-being before and during their migration journey and during their settlement and integration.
September 2022 — The State of Stigma: How Teachers and Staff Manage the Stress of Returning to School
How are teachers and staff dealing with the stress of returning to school, what resources are available to help, and how stigma surrounding mental health impacts their ability to ask and receive help.
The discussion focuses on why individuals experience anxiety, depression, vicarious trauma and offer information about resources in the community. So many people are hurting and feeling helpless – the Erie County Anti-Stigma Coalition is offering a back-to-basics discussion about why it’s ok to seek help.
A panel discussion about how First Responders deal with Stress, Trauma and Mental Health. Hosted by the Erie County Anti-Stigma Coalition in Buffalo, NY.
April 2022 — The State of Stigma: Understanding Mental Health Challenges within the LGBTQ+ Community
Why do members of the LQBTQ+ community experience higher rates of mental illness? Join us for a discussion about these challenges, stigma, and resources available in the community.
March 2022 — The State of Stigma: Are Mental Health Concerns Contributing to Healthcare Worker Burnout?
Long hours, dealing with an unknown virus, extreme safety protocols, and labor shortages are causing severe mental health challenges for frontline health care workers and first responders. Depression, anxiety, PTSD are common...
Join us for a discussion about athletes, mental health, and stigma. Athletes at all levels are told: “push through it—you have to be tough.” Learn how Olympic and professional athletes are taking care of their mental health and discover local programs available for...
Join us for a discussion on Wednesday, January 19 at 12pm, about the growing need for mental health support services in high schools and how families can start a conversation with a student who may be struggling. A panel of educators, clinicians and a high school...