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Message ID: 10919
Date: 2021-05-13

Author:Duprey, Erinn K

Subject:FW: Join us for a FREE Webinar on May 20th Crisis as Opportunity: Building Community Bridges to Address Trauma

Join the conversation on May 20th! The TRANSFORM Research Center invites you and those in your organization to join us for this free webinar, Crisis as Opportunity: Building Community Bridges to Address Trauma. Please spread the word. Below are event details and registration information: Register for live event (link and materials will also be sent post event) Register to receive recording link and materials (will not attend live) Crisis as Opportunity: Building Community Bridges to Address Trauma Thursday, 5/20/2021 - 12:00- 1:00 PM ET The TRANSFORM Research Center recognizes that our communities and our nation have been struggling with many challenges that have been vividly highlighted over the past year. Across the United States, communities have been suffering from the consequences of the pandemic. Communities of color have been grappling with the collective trauma brought on by systemic and institutional racism. Join us in a conversation about the impacts of these traumas on our communities and about ways to work towards community resilience. To address the many complex issues facing our communities, we must build bridges across systems, sectors, and disciplines. The Monroe County Family Coalition and Connecting for Kids are examples of programs developed in response to trauma in the community. The speakers will discuss how these programs were created to meet the needs of family and youth in the community. Speakers: Jody Todd Manly, PhD, Clinical Director, Mt. Hope Family Center; Sr. Research Associate, Clinical Director & Assistant Professor, University of Rochester Dina Johnson, CEO of the Monroe County Family Coalition, Inc., Director of Care and Support, Alzheimer’s Association, Rochester and Finger Lakes Region Melissa Heatly, Ph.D. , Director, Expanded School Mental Health Initiatives at UR Medicine, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry Connecting for Kids The University of Rochester is committed to providing inclusive experiences and equal access to programs, services, and meetings. If you anticipate needing any type of communication access (ASL interpreting, closed captioning) please contact Corey Nichols-Hadeed at Corey_nichols@urmc.rochester.edu . In all situations, a good faith effort will be made to provide accommodations. If you are interested in learning more about the work of our individual collaborative organizations, visit the following websites: Mt. Hope Family Center Education Development Center Institute for Translational Research in Children's Mental Health Susan B. Anthony Center at the University of Rochester Recordings of previous webinars can be found on our website: www.thetransformcenter.org/events Contact Us! www.thetransformcenter.org Twitter: @TheTRANSFORMctr Email: TRANSFORM@urmc.rochester.edu

Join the conversation on May 20th! The TRANSFORM Research Center invites you and those in your organization to join us for this free webinar, Crisis as Opportunity: Building Community Bridges to Address Trauma. Please spread the word. Below are event details and registration information: Register for live event (link and materials will also be sent post event) Register to receive recording link and materials (will not attend live) Crisis as Opportunity: Building Community Bridges to Address Trauma Thursday, 5/20/2021 - 12:00- 1:00 PM ET The TRANSFORM Research Center recognizes that our communities and our nation have been struggling with many challenges that have been vividly highlighted over the past year. Across the United States, communities have been suffering from the consequences of the pandemic. Communities of color have been grappling with the collective trauma brought on by systemic and institutional racism. Join us in a conversation about the impacts of these traumas on our communities and about ways to work towards community resilience. To address the many complex issues facing our communities, we must build bridges across systems, sectors, and disciplines. The Monroe County Family Coalition and Connecting for Kids are examples of programs developed in response to trauma in the community. The speakers will discuss how these programs were created to meet the needs of family and youth in the community. Speakers: Jody Todd Manly, PhD, Clinical Director, Mt. Hope Family Center; Sr. Research Associate, Clinical Director & Assistant Professor, University of Rochester Dina Johnson, CEO of the Monroe County Family Coalition, Inc., Director of Care and Support, Alzheimer’s Association, Rochester and Finger Lakes Region Melissa Heatly, Ph.D. , Director, Expanded School Mental Health Initiatives at UR Medicine, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry Connecting for Kids The University of Rochester is committed to providing inclusive experiences and equal access to programs, services, and meetings. If you anticipate needing any type of communication access (ASL interpreting, closed captioning) please contact Corey Nichols-Hadeed at Corey_nicholsurmc.rochester.edu . In all situations, a good faith effort will be made to provide accommodations. If you are interested in learning more about the work of our individual collaborative organizations, visit the following websites: Mt. Hope Family Center Education Development Center Institute for Translational Research in Children's Mental Health Susan B. Anthony Center at the University of Rochester Recordings of previous webinars can be found on our website: www.thetransformcenter.org/events Contact Us! www.thetransformcenter.org Twitter: TheTRANSFORMctr Email: TRANSFORMurmc.rochester.edu