JACKSON, WY— May marks Mental Health Awareness month, and as campaigns like #HereForYouJH ask people to talk about mental health and break the stigma, the Chamber of Commerce wants to talk about mental health in the workplace.
This month’s Business over Breakfast will feature three mental health professionals leading the discussion: Sarah Cavallaro from Teton County Youth & Family Services, Deidre Ashley from Jackson Hole Community Counseling Center, and Trudy Funk from Curran Seeley. Representatives from Leadership Jackson Hole, the organization behind the #HereForYouJH campaign, will also be there to guide the discussion.
Join the Chamber of Commerce and local mental health experts May 3 at 7 30 a.m. at E.Leaven Food Co.
BOB s$16 for Chamber members and $25 for the general public. Attendees can pay cash, by check or by credit card the morning of the event. To reserve your spot, email email@example.com
Jackson Hole Chamber Of Commerce
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