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The COPE Series [Challenges and Opportunities in a Pandemic Era]

The COVID-19 pandemic, and resulting economic downturn, have negatively affected many people’s mental health. We, as a community, have to act now to address the mental health challenges happening during the pandemic to avoid long term consequences in the future.

JFS is bringing this issue to light by offering a four-part series of free online talks with mental health professionals and guest speakers called The COPE Series [Challenges and Opportunities in a Pandemic Era].

Part 4: Impact of Social Media on Mental Health

Thursday, May 13 • 11 a.m. • Online

 

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For good or bad, social media has impacted most of us. Add in the COVID-19 pandemic, and social media has infiltrator our lives and society.

Attend this free, informative event where we will talk with experts about how our mental health is impacted, what signs to look for in someone who is struggling with mental health because of social media, and what actions we can all take to ensure our mental wellness is protected while interacting on social media.

The COPE Series Schedule

September 15 – Children’s Mental Health in a Pandemic

January 14 – Self-Care in the New Year

March 30 – Stigma: Changing the Image of Mental Health Needs

May 13 – Impact of Social Media on Mental Health

 

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SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Be a year-long partner with JFS by sponsoring this four-part series.

Contact Katy Walterscheidt at walterscheidtk@jfs-sa.org for more information.