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PENN STATE Launches LEARNING NETWORK for Families of Veterans January thru May 2022

PENN STATE Launches LEARNING NETWORK for Families of Veterans January thru May 2022

Date: January 10, 2022
Schedule:
January 24, 2022: 11 am - noon
February 07, 2022: 11 am - noon
February 21, 2022: 11 am - noon
March 07, 2022: 11 am - noon
March 21, 2022: 11 am - noon
April 04, 2022: 11 am - noon
April 18, 2022: 11 am - noon
May 02, 2022: 11 am - noon
May 16, 2022: 11 am - noon

PENN STATE Launches LEARNING NETWORK for Families of Veterans
January thru May 2022

Good afternoon:

I am writing in hopes that you will share the following (and attached) opportunity with family members and loved ones living with veterans or partnering organizations that may have access to reach this audience.

As part of the "Got Your 6 at Home" initiative, Project ECHO at Penn State College of Medicine, in partnership with Charter Homes and Neighborhoods, is launching a “Learning Network” for veteran families focused on a series of topics.
This network will discuss mental health warning signs and the resources and networks available to provide guidance when addressing post-service challenges in the home.

We care deeply for Pennsylvania’s families and wholeheartedly appreciate our veterans who put service over self.
Our hope is that programs offered through this initiative will help veterans and their families face individual and domestic challenges so that they can lead fulfilling lives each and every day.

Veteran family members and/or loved ones can register for this series at https://redcap.link/GY6Families

Participants will be encouraged to attend as many sessions as possible.
These will take place from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. on the following dates:

Jan. 10, 2022
Jan. 24, 2022
Feb. 7, 2022
Feb. 21, 2022
Mar. 7, 2022
Mar. 21, 2022
Apr. 4, 2022
Apr. 18, 2022
May 2, 2022
May 16, 2022

Penn State Health experts will discuss topics such as
stress management,
drug and alcohol use,
mental health resources,
managing conflict,
suicide prevention,
understanding depression,
* PTSD, etc.

Please let me know if you have any additional questions or would like to schedule a call to discuss more.

Kindly,

Ellie Hogentogler

Director of Outreach

Project ECHO

Penn State College of Medicine

90 Hope Drive

Suite 1103, Mail Code A145

Hershey, PA 17033

Cell: 717.468.5888

ctsi.psu.edu/ECHO

Twitter: @PennStateECHO

 

 

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