Weekly Wrap-Up
October 15, 2021
Trauma and COVID-19: Communities in Need Across the U.S.

As the nation works to mitigate the public health crisis introduced by COVID-19, we have a critical responsibility to ensure a fast and coordinated response to address the growing mental health crisis exacerbated by the pandemic.

The data collected from over 2.6 million users visiting MHA Screening (at www.mhascreening.org) in 2020 is the largest dataset collected from a help-seeking population experiencing mental health conditions during COVID-19. Analysis and dissemination of this data will aid a timely and effective response to the increasing rates of anxiety, depression, psychosis, loneliness, and other mental health concerns in our country.

Wednesday, October 20, 2021
3:00 p.m. Pacific Time

Webinar: Breaking Barriers 2021 Masterclass Series:
Shared Community

This fourth and final webinar of the Breaking Barriers 2021 Masterclass Webinar Series will focus on the pillar of Shared Community. We will provide an overview of information, strategy, and practical information, but the bulk of the time will be a robust conversation with you, the participants, voicing the barriers you are trying to break, how you are working to break them, and advice from fellow participants.

Tuesday, October 26, 2021
PALs United for Movement Disorders

PALs United for Movement Disorders will bring together a select group of health advocacy and policy leaders to coalesce around common goals to raise the profile of movement disorders, like Tardive Dyskinesia (TD), and advance patient-centered solutions.

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