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Community United Conversation Series

Children & Youth

Managing children’s mental health needs can be challenging, especially during COVID-19 with the worry, stress, anxiety and concern for the here and now as well as the future. Our panelists from TVDSB, LDCSB, Early On, Woodstock Hospital and Wellkin will provide insight, suggestions and tips as we cope with kids of all ages that have been socially isolated, learning virtually, feeling anxious about the pandemic, trying to accept loss and grief for how things were, and so much more.

Mapping Mental Health

Our panelists from CMHA Oxford, Oxford County Community Health Centre, Woodstock Hospital and the Ingersoll Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic will help us better understand the issues we are all trying to cope with, learn about what trends they are seeing, and help us gain insight and direction on mapping mental health support and services.

Mental Health is something that impacts us all and we must always be thinking of the importance of wellbeing and how important it is to reduce stigma.

Us & Them

This panel discussion was a follow-up conversation to put a local lens on the issues and challenges featured in the US & THEM documentary, as well as to highlight existing programs and services across Oxford to help those in need as well as recent investments designed to create lasting positive change.

Panelists include: CMHA Oxford, Oxford County Community Health Centre, Woodstock Police, Social Planning Council Oxford