Join us for “Tools 2 Thrive,” a virtual community discussion about mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual health within the black community that is being held in coordination with Mental Health Awareness Month. Taking place on Thursday, May 27, 2021 from 6-7:30 p.m. on Zoom, this session will address what individuals can do throughout their daily lives to prioritize mental health, build resiliency, and continue to cope with the obstacles of COVID-19. Specifically, we’ll discuss how to adapt to trauma and stress, process big changes, and take time for yourself.
All are invited to attend; register at bit.ly/Tools2Thrive .
The event is part of the series titled “A Safe Space to Dig Deep: Mental Health & Wellness in the Black Community” presented by the Fairfax County Black Mental Health Committee. The committee is comprised of Fairfax County Government agencies – Neighborhood & Community Services, Health Department, Department of Family Services, and Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board – in partnership with Fairfax County Public Schools and the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Northern Virginia Chapter.
For more information about previous events in the series, visit A Safe Space to Dig Deep .