Staying Connected & Involved During COVID



From the Behavioral Health Institute

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Staying Connected & Involved While Physical Distancing: A Washington State Conversation

Please join this FREE webinar focused on ways to build and maintain meaningful connections during this period of isolation and beyond.

April 28, 2020

10:00 am to 11:30 am

This webinar will be facilitated by Mark Salzer and his team at the Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion. It will include:

  • Examples from Communities and Organizations –Panel of Community Organizations and Individuals
  • Innovations from other communities across the country
  • Facilitated dialog among webinar participants to identify relevant issues and possible solutions

This webinar is FREE, but you must register at the link below to join the April 28th event. If you have questions, please email Jim Vollendroff.

Audience: Open to a broad community audience, including schools, tribes, people with lived experience, families, community leaders, faith communities, elected officials, behavioral health provider groups, and others who are interested in learning new ways to connect and support each other while physically distancing.

Register Here

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