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  • 1.  Searching for National Council Experts

    National Council Staff
    Posted 08-12-2021 14:47
    We are planning our next Wellbeing Wednesday, our virtual town hall series with newsmakers, and we need your help. We look forward to hosting an engaging discussion about mental health challenges within the LGTBQ+ community, and we want to cultivate ideas from our members – what do you want to know more about, what topics should we explore as part of this conversation on mental health and LGTBQ+ individuals and who should we include in the conversation? Share your specific expertise and information about your programs with us and provide some topics for discussion that we can use to develop this very important Wellbeing Wednesday episode, to be recorded and posted in November. We'll look forward to hearing from you!

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    Sara Haywood
    AVP Conference
    National Council for Mental Wellbeing
    202-684-7457
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  • 2.  RE: Searching for National Council Experts

    Posted 08-13-2021 13:55
    I would very much like to be a part of the Wellbeing Wednesday discussion on mental health challenges within the LGBTQIA2S+ Community.  I am a behavioral health care coordinator with a KSA (Knowledge Skills and Abilities) designation, with the Multnomah County Health Department/Behavioral Health Division, working with LGBTQIA2S+ clients.

    Valerie Warden, MS,CADCIII, QMHP, CRM II
    PATH Program Coordinator
    Providing Access To Hope (PATH) Team
    Multnomah County Health Department
    Behavioral Health Division
    (located on the ancestral lands of the Multnomah, Kathlamet, Clackamas, Chinook, Tualatin Kalapuya, Molalla, and other indigenous nations)
    Cell: (503) 953-0501
    My gender pronouns are: she, her, hers/they, them, theirs
    To learn more about Promoting Access To Hope, click: PATH


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