Facing the constant risk of contracting COVID-19 on the job is not easy. It can create anxiety, depression, and symptoms of emotional distress that you may never have experienced before. Would you like to learn how to manage these feelings and regain hope?
Join the Michigan Stay Well grant team for “Uplifting our First Responders and Frontline Workers,” a free, 1-hour webinar designed for frontline and emergency response employees.
The webinar will consist of a presentation followed by an interactive discussion. You will learn:
• How to recognize and address normal symptoms of emotional distress in yourselves and your colleagues.
• How anyone can get free, confidential emotional support from trained crisis counselors.
• Self-care tips and coping strategies.
This event is Tuesday, March 9 at 3 p.m. Get registration info.
Michigan Stay Well is also offering virtual support groups for frontline workers every Thursday this month. Get more details and sign up info.
Michigan Stay Well is a federally-funded program implemented by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Administration (BHDDA) in partnership with the Michigan State Police.
Story provided by Stay Well.