Patient-Centered Care: Delivering Culturally Appropriate Healthcare to LGBTQ Populations Across the Lifespan (Teens and Adults)

Join us as we partner with sibling network, SelfMade Health Network (SMHN)for this month’s webinar presentation. SMHN is CDC’s Low SES Populations Disparity Network.

 

Patient-Centered Care: Delivering Culturally Appropriate Healthcare to LGBTQ Populations Across the Lifespan (Teens and Adults)

 

Thursday, September 26, 2019

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM (EDT)

Providing early support to LGBTQ adolescents and young adults is critical in order to prevent the emergence of health disparities associated with tobacco-related cancers and other chronic diseases later in life. The primary purpose of this webcast is to increase awareness, knowledge and skills to further assist physicians, and mid-level practitioners such as: nurse practitioners, and physician assistants nationwide (including metropolitan and rural areas) with implementing practical strategies and tailored healthcare interventions to LGBTQ adolescent and adult patients (including those that use tobacco products).

Register here.

INFORMED CARE PEER SUPPORT GROUP

INFORMED CARE PEER SUPPORT GROUP

SEPTEMBER 16, 2019

7PM-8PM

MEETS WEEKLY ON MONDAY’S

(No class on Sept 22 and Oct 20)

NON GENDER SPECIFIC

GROUP LED BY: BUDDY DUNKLEY, MA, LPC, ALPS, CCTP

CERTIFIED CLNICAL TRAUMA PROFESSIONAL

**LEARN ABOUT THE EFFECTS OF TRAUMA ON THE SELF

**LEARN ABOUT THE TREATMENT FOR TRAUMA

**FIND SUPPORT AMON PEERS, WHO ARE IN DIFFERENT

STAGES OF HEALING FROM TRAUMA

COURAGEOUS JOURNEY, PLLC

1664 WINCHESTER AVE, STE B

MARTINSBURG, WV 25405

(304) 901-4347

MONICA@COURAGEOUSJOURNEY.BIZ

PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL TO SIGN UP

LIGHT REFRESHMENTS WILL BE PROVIDED

 

NAMI members, CEO Mary Giliberti discusses the many successes

In a video message to NAMI members, CEO Mary Giliberti discusses the many successes over the past year, including the increase in NAMI brand awareness, significant legislative wins, new support programs and services, and research.

Giliberti attributes the increase in brand awareness to the growing number of celebrity ambassadors who have supported the cause and several high-profile partnerships including companies like Lord & Taylor,  Boeing, Michelin, Showtime and IHeart Radio.

Giliberti also outlines the work NAMI has done to advocate for better mental health coverage through Medicaid, her involvement with the Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee, and increased calls for more research in collaboration with universities, pharmaceutical companies and government agencies that guide these efforts.

“Our message on research is this — if we can have a moon shot to cure cancer, then why not a Mars Shot to find new answers for mental illness!” said Giliberti.  “We won’t stop until this vision becomes a reality,”

Watch Video and Find Out More