Mon, Mar 28

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Sarnia Library Theatre

Sarnia Speaks: Mental Health (Now What?)

Join us for an open and honest conversation about mental health, where we’re at, where to go from here, and the subsequent burnout being experienced by care providers.

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Sarnia Speaks: Mental Health (Now What?)

Time & Location

Mar 28, 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. EDT

Sarnia Library Theatre, 124 Christina St S, Sarnia, ON N7T 8E1, Canada

About the event

Join us on Monday, March 28 for an open and honest conversation about mental health, where we’re at, where to go from here, and the subsequent burnout being experienced by care providers. You’ll hear stories of those who live with mental illness and advocate for change, and professionals working in the field who will help us understand where we go now, and how we can, as individuals, continue advocating for change through burnout and beyond.

Listen to the stories of our featured panel members and moderator and engage during our moderator-led open conversation. Speakers to be announced soon.

This dialogue is intended to be a safe space for anybody who wants to listen, contribute or learn, and is moderated by a professional with experience in the field.

NOTE: this dialogue is not intended to be a platform to ask for or give medical advice. Due to the nature of an open dialogue, we cannot predict what content will be discussed. Attendees should understand that dialogue will be unfiltered and may include content that could be upsetting to some.

Free admission, no RSVP, tickets, or seating reservations required. For more information, please contact Danielle Catton at sarniaspeaks@gmail.com.

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