Covington Behavioral Health Hospital To Host Event For Mental Health Awareness Month

 

NEW ORLEANS — On Thursday, May 10, Covington Behavioral Health Hospital will host “Mental Health, it’s OK to talk about it” from 11:30 – 1:00 p.m. at the Tchefuncta Country Club. 

With May being Mental Health Awareness Month, the committee at Covington Behavioral Health Hospital decided to host a luncheon to call awareness about mental health in and around the workplace. The luncheon will feature panelists focusing on different areas of mental health.

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One in five Americans live with mental illness, conditions that affect people during their prime working years. It’s a stigma not often addressed, but it can have a tremendous effect on workplace behavior and performance. Mental health is essential to everyone’s overall health and well-being.

The facilitator of the event will be Executive Director of NAMI St. Tammany Nick Richard.

Panelists include:

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Richard Kramer, Executive Director; Topic: Services of FLA Parishes Human Services Authority

Randy Smith, St. Tammany Parish Sherriff; Topic: Crisis Intervention Team 

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Pricing is as follows:
$35 Chamber members 
$45 non-members
$200 reserved table for 8

– by Alexa Harrison, associate news editor

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