August 20, 2:00 pm
*Zoom Login will be sent the day prior to the attendees
Many of us would never hesitate to help someone in need. As a community we provide support, arrange meal trains and offer assistance. Would you know what to do if someone confided in you that they were struggling with a mental heath condition?
Mental illness is often referred to as the no-casserole illness. Yet, connection is so vital to recovery, providing hope and compassion is so essential to healing. Learn how to recognize the signs and be a support for yourself and others.
Bio: Gittel Francis is part of the Behavioral Mental Health Service team at Jewish Family Service. In her role as community outreach social worker, Gittel hosts training’s and lectures on a range of topics to increase mental health literacy and decrease stigma. Gittel is the manager of the Jewish Family Service Mental Health First Aid program and holds the title of national instructor in Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid.