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Road to Resilience

Mental Health at the Forefront: How The Associated is responding to our community’s emotional, psychological and social well-being

November 19, 2020 @ 4:00 pm

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The coronavirus pandemic has created significant mental health challenges for Baltimore community members. According to a recent study about the impact, young adults and adults with financial challenges have been most affected. 

Join Joan Grayson Cohen, Executive Director, Jewish Community Services, and Rabbi Dena Shaffer, Executive Director, 4Front as they share how their organizations have provided support to the community since March. 

Zoom link will be provided after registering.

For more information, please contact Daniela Levine at dlevine@associated.org.

The Associated’s “Road to Resilience Series” showcases the many ways the Associated network is supporting the Baltimore Jewish Community during the pandemic. The series will highlight the strength and resilience of our centralized system of non-profits and underscores the lifesaving and life-affirming work supported by our Annual Campaign.   

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