Project Connect Presents: Let's Talk About Mental Health, Baby!

Apicha Community Health Center Jul 29, 2019  

Apicha CHC

Join Project Connect in recognizing National Health Center Week for their "A Healthier Me" workshop on August Saturday, 10.

In this edition of Project Connect's "A Healthier Me", we'll be focusing on mental health. The free event includes a creative writing workshop exploring mental health experiences, concerns, and stigma in the Asian and Pacific Islander community. See you there!

When: Saturday, August 10 from 1 to 4 pm
Where: 400 Broadway, New York NY 10013
RSVP: Email Vijou Bryant at vbryant@apicha.org or call 646-744-0990

 

LETs TALK ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH, BABY!

About National Health Center Week:

National Health Center Week is from Sunday, August 4 to Saturday, August 10. It's a time to for everyone to celebrate all the work that patients, staff, and community health centers do. Around 28 million people across the country receive services from health centers, a number that continues to steadily grow. National Health Center Week helps us recognize all the progress and accomplishments we've achieved, while taking note of how we intend to continue growing and improving. 

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