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Teleconference for public on coping with COVID-19 April 29

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State Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, who represents the Ojai Valley in the state Senate, will hold a teleconference town hall on Wednesday, April 29, at 5:30 p.m., to discuss mental health and COVID-19.
Also participating are Assemblymember Monique Limón and Dr. Sevet Johnson, head of Ventura County Behavioral Health. They will be joined by area mental health professionals to discuss strategies for coping with the stress and anxiety and resources for additional mental health support.

 

 

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Members of the public who want to participate in the teleconference can call toll-free: 1-844-291-5491
Access code: 3776767
“Whether you are living alone experiencing social isolation, feeling overwhelmed by additional childcare, homeschool and work responsibilities, or struggling with stress over the economic uncertainty of this time, coping with the coronavirus is challenging for us all,” Jackson stated in a press release.
Other featured speakers are:
— Suzanne Grimmesey, marriage and family therapist, Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness PIO/Chief Quality Care and Strategy Officer—
— Richard Kravetz, MFT, Family Therapy Institute of Santa Barbara
Those who would like their questions to be answered can email them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by noon on April 29.

 

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