THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO A VIRTUAL MAKE IT OK PRESENTATION TO REDUCE MENTAL HEALTH STIGMA
The most recent Crow Wing County Community Health Survey found that more than 1 in 4 adults in Crow Wing County experience mental illness. Most will wait an average of ten years before seeking treatment, largely due to the stigma.
By talking about mental illnesses and what we can do to Make It Ok we change hearts and minds about the misconceptions about mental illnesses. The Make It OK campaign is designed to encourage people to talk more openly about mental illnesses and ask for help.
The public is invited to a virtual Make It OK presentation on Zoom to learn more about reducing stigma. When we start talking, we realize that mental illnesses are more common and relatable than we think. And more importantly, people experiencing mental illnesses will be treated with respect, acceptance and be more apt to get the care they need.
Monday March 21, 2022 10-11 am online through Zoom.
Join in the meeting using your smart phone, I-pad, tablet, laptop or desktop computer. If you have a landline you can also call in and listen. Use the meeting log in information below to join. The meeting is limited to the first 250 people who register so be sure to register to reserve you spot.
Once you register you will receive a confirmation email that includes the Zoom link. The link will also be sent out the morning of the event to all registered participants.