Learn to Support Employee and Community Mental Health During a Pandemic

Don’t miss MACo’s Winter Series session on ways to support community mental health issues during difficult times.

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MACo’s Winter Series includes content directly aimed at solving common governance and administrative challenges. In our current atmosphere, learn the importance of supporting mental health among your counties. Kaiser Permanente, a MACo Gold Corporate Partner, will host a pre-recorded session on supporting mental health strategies you can use for your county.

Register for MACo’s Winter Series to attend the session.

An Epidemic within the Pandemic: Supporting Community Mental Health in the Age of Coronavirus

Description: Even before the coronavirus swept the globe, America was reckoning with a mental health crisis. Now, stress, uncertainty, fear, and anxiety about COVID-19 — along with other societal traumas of 2020 — pose new threats to mental health. As more focus is placed on mental health, communities are embracing new opportunities to support the mental health and emotional well-being for their population. Join this session to explore:

  • How relationships have fundamentally changed, and how employers are working to build trust with employees by helping them through this challenging time.
  • Challenges for remote, hybrid, and in-person workforces, including working parents and homeschooling, being a caregiver, productivity, and burnout.
  • The evolving conversation around mental health and the workplace in the age of COVID-19.

Date/Time: Wednesday, December 2 at 11:00 – 12:00 pm (pre-recorded)

Speaker: Julie Isaacs, Interim Regional Director, Behavioral Health, Kaiser Permanente

Register online today!

Registration is free (but required!) for county officials and employees. Non-county registrants pay a nominal fee (see rates). Already registered for the series? No need to register again. You will receive an email with login information for the session.

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