Mental Health Mondays

2024 Mental Health Monday!

Written by: jasparkspapa

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Happy New Year!

Let’s make 2024 an unforgettable year of wellness, recovery and mental health support and encouragement.

Join our community for skills, shared stories and resources that you can share to support yourself and your peers in the food/beverage/hospitality industry!

Join us for a meeting in 2024!

Cheese for Change x CHOW

Join The Art of Cheese & Rembrandt Yard for this entertaining and educational experience benefiting CHOW (Culinary Hospitality Outreach Wellness) whose mission is to support wellness within the hospitality industry and to improve the lives of our community through shared stories, skills, and resources!

Kate Johnson, founder of The Art of Cheese and author of Say Cheese! will teach you how to make MOZZARELLA & BURRATA in an engaging and interactive presentation.  While you’re learning the art and science behind cheesemaking, you’ll be sampling 4 different cheeses paired with wines selected to enhance each one.

Once the presentation is over, you can stick around and enjoy more cheese & wine, talk with Kate about your cheesemaking questions, and enjoy listening to a festive holiday string quartet from the Boulder Symphony!

Not only will you learn how to make cheese at home and enjoy sampling some delicious cheeses and wines with music, but a portion of your ticket price will go directly to CHOW as will a portion of any additional wine purchases you make that evening.  Kate will also be on hand to sign her recently released cheesemaking book and a portion of each book sale will also benefit CHOW.

No and Low Happy Hour

Amuse’ Mental Health Course in January

Join us for our Amuse’ Mental Health Course this January! 

This course offers tangible evidenced based skills that everyone can use Fftg themselves or to support a coworker/friend. 

After the course, attendees will be able to:

* Identify causes and conditions which support substance misuse and compromised mental health in the hospitality industry

* Identify vocationally specific supports of hospitality workers, even in rural communities

* Recognize multiple pathways to recovery from substance use and co-occurring disorders

These four hours of training are meant to shine light on some of the most pressing issues affecting workplace wellness.

Created for the hospitality industry BY industry peers, this course offers an overview of mental health, wellness and substance use recovery, complemented by resources, applicable skills, and thought provoking conversations. 

*Your 15$ placeholder fee will be returned upon course completion unless you choose to donate your placeholder to CHOW.

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