Mental Health Mondays

Happy Monday, CHOW Community!

Written by: jasparkspapa

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We’ve officially made through the first week of January!

Let’s reward ourselves today with an investment into our wellness and recovery. Below, you’ll find FREE or AFFORDABLE resources for this upcoming week that are industry relevant and specific.

What’s CHOW up to?

Our AMUSE Mental Health training is still OPEN for registration and is FREE of charge!

For January, we’ve added THREE dates and varying times of the day for your convenience. What are you waiting for?

Register at www.chowco.org/meetings

Join us for a CHOW meeting this week!

Here’s some rad news for our community – our in person meetings will now be HYBRID as well! To keep our attendees safety and comfort in mind, we want to make sure that we are offering options for people who do not prefer to be in large groups at this time. This means you can attend ALL of our CHOW meetings regardless of where they are being hosted.

Visit http://www.chowco.org to find a meeting that suits your schedule!

ChefsForum Kicks off 2022: Focus on Mental Health and Wellness 

We invite you to join us as we shine the spotlight on a panel of culinarians from across the country, as they unite to discuss their experiences with mental health, addiction, substance abuse and coping strategies. Moderated by ACF Palm Beach County Chefs Association’s Chapter President, Jeffrey Schlissel, this important presentation will feature Chefs who have come forward to talk about issues which have affected them and our industry on a deep level. The ACF members featured will share insights as to how they have adjusted their own work/life balance and will provide tools on how to best kick off 2022 with a renewed focus toward a new healthier lifestyle for all culinarians. 

Join this webinar by the ACF on Tuesday, January 11, 2022 at 2PM EST on Zoom.\

Webinar ID: 819 3017 3714 
Participant ID: 106149

Looking for Community?

Or what about this?

Need some motivation?

Are you struggling to choose and implement good habits? Sometimes the choices that are hardest to make are the ones we need to make the most. Melinda, our Outreach Coordinator recommends this TedTalk to help define fears instead of goals.

Have a great week of wellness!

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