Let’s Talk: Shared Risk and Protective Factors – Creating Social and Community Connectedness

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The peer learning call series Let’s Talk focuses on the upper socio-ecological shared risk and protective factors. This call’s topic was Creating Social and Community Connectedness. 

 

Patty Boyd from Tri-County Health Department and Glenn Most from West Pines Behavioral Health shared on Social and Community Connectedness and their efforts in Let’s Talk Colorado to initiate inclusive conversation and reframe messaging through models created by Frameworks Institute to reduce stigma with mental health and encourage treatment through agreement that mental health is everyone’s responsibility.

 

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