Baker College of Jackson is hosting a Mental Health Summit on Friday, March 22nd from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. This event will provide attendees with a wealth of valuable and practical information regarding prevalent mental health issues. Social workers, clinicians, nurses, teachers, and parents are especially encouraged to attend. Free continental breakfast and lunch, as well as chair massages, will be provided.
The keynote speaker for this event is Mr. Jaime Nabozny. He was recently named a Defender of Human Rights by the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights. Jaime's life story is chronicled in the documentary entitled "Bullied", produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Additional summit topics include:
LGBTQ Mental Health and Bullying
Youth Bullying and Gun Violence
Veteran Mental Health
Substance Abuse Messaging
Mental Health and the Black Church
Registration in advance is encouraged, but not required. The cost to register is $25 online or $35 at the door. Students are eligible to register at a reduced price of $15. To register online, please visit the LifeWays Community Health Website.
For more information, contact Rebecca Calkins, Public Relations Coordinator for Lifeways Community Mental Health at (517) 789-2490 or via email at [email protected].