We had a great week at the Denver Colorado Restaurant and Bar Show and we are so excited to share feedback, events and stories with you!
A CHOW Burst of Gratitude
Thank you for the amazing event, Colorado Restaurant Association!
We had a great two days being in the company of awesome industry professionals.
We are proud to have attended an event centered around innovation and improvement in the industry – and we envision Mental Health to be a part of that conversation.
We appreciate having a platform to speak about the effects of mental health for industry professionals!
We want to say a special THANK YOU to everyone who stopped by to share their story and connect with us.
We admire your vulnerability and loved meeting you! We are excited to see new faces at meetings and trainings as we spread the word in the community about what CHOW is about.
Another massive round of gratitude to our volunteers who came and supported CHOW’s mission.
A Word from Erin Boyle @CRBS
Our Executive Director, Erin Boyle was a panelist at the CRBS this week.
Watch the video below to hear her chat about mental health and recovery (and all things CHOW!) for industry professionals.
Envision: YOU Spring Brunch
Have you purchased your ticket to the upcoming Envision:You Spring Brunch?
Every day, more than 300,000 LGBTQ+ Coloradans navigate a world in which stigma, discrimination, and fear of harassment or violence are all too common. These concerns have a significant impact on a person’s mental and emotional health. Envision:You is committed to solutions that are designed by and for members of our community.
We hope you will join us in support of the LGBTQ+ community, and learn more about the important work Envision:You is undertaking in support of the mental health and well-being of LGBTQ+ Coloradans.
Purchase your ticket by visiting: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/envisionyou-spring-brunch-tickets-250662276617?utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-medium=discovery&utm-term=listing&utm-source=cp&aff=escb
MHAN Eco-Anxiety Convening
The American Psychiatric Association (APA) recognizes climate change as a growing threat to the mental health of children and young people. Increasing levels of “eco-anxiety” – the chronic fear of environmental doom – are driving widespread climate-related anxiety, stress, and PTSD. We are pleased to bring this pertinent topic to our next Mental Health Action Network convening on Wednesday, March 16th at 9am PT/12pm ET/5 pm GMT, as we know that many mental health professionals are grappling with the growing number of people anxious and grieving over the state of the planet.
Join us for a moderated discussion with experts on climate emotions and mental health action. Adam Met of the 6x Platinum band AJR and Sustainable Partners Inc. will lead a conversation with experts Sarah Newman, Dr. Lise Van Sustern and Jade Sasser along with members of the Climate Mental Health Network’s Gen Z Advisory team; Aishah-Nyeta Brown, Isaias Hernandez, Abhay Singh Sachal, Sage Palmedo. The panelist are all dedicated to addressing the mental health consequences of climate change through community engagement and by harnessing the power of media and technology.
Voces Unidas for Justice Community Training
|Como una organización sin lucros la misión nuestra es proveer un ambiente para Latin@s que incluye la riqueza de las identidades nuestras durante que construimos fortalecimiento & liderazgo sobre las temas de justicia, igualdad, & seguridad; con las metas principales de acceso a los servicios de seguridad, creando apoyo comunal para lograr las redes y servicios sociales, y construyendo liderazgo comunitario para poner un fin a la violencia doméstica, el acoso sexual, y el acecho para tod@s personas.|
Register at: http://www.vocesunidasforjustice.org
Have a great weekend!