Unwrapped: United For Community Wellness
Mr. Rogers taught the world to look for the helpers when things get scary. And that’s exactly what Triangle residents have done throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. From hiring neighborhood leaders to create the systems needed to distribute resources to creating solutions for emerging mental health needs, there are plenty of ways that nonprofits have become community superheroes.
But what have we learned and what knowledge are we going to take with us to build a more resilient community? Join us on `10/29 as we unwrap the future of community wellness with these nonprofit leaders:
1. Annie Schmidt, Executive Director of NAMI Wake County
2. Tomeika Watson, LCSW, Center for Child & Family Health
3. Cynthia Vargas, Community Health Worker at Student U