• Outreach Specialists with the Stay Well Crisis Counseling Program create and host public webinars with mental health tips for various demographic groups around the state.

     

    Register to attend a live public webinar by clicking on a title link below. Or check out our collection of recorded Stay Well webinars below.

    • Uplifting our Children and Families - Tuesday, April 13, 2021 at 1:00 p.m.
      The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life dramatically for many families. As a parent or caregiver, how can you help your children cope while maintaining your own mental wellness? Attend our free, one-hour webinar on how to recognize and manage symptoms of emotional distress in yourself and your kids.
    • Uplifting our Older Adults/Seniors - Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.
      Older adults - and the people who care for them - have gone through a stressful year of COVID-19 isolation, uncertainty, fear, and grief. Many seniors are still struggling with symptoms of emotional distress. Learn how older adults can manage these feelings and regain hope. Register for our free, one-hour webinar.
    • Uplifting our Direct Care Workers - Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at 3:30 p.m.
      Direct care workers have carried a heavy psychological burden throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, risking their own health as they care for others. Many are suffering from emotional distress because of this burden. Our free, one-hour webinar may help those providing hands-on care to manage their feelings and regain hope.
    • Uplifting our Educators and Support Staff - Thursday, April 22 at 4:30 p.m.
      Teachers and support staff across Michigan have reported an increase in their stress levels since the COVID-19 pandemic began. During this period of constant change, educators may benefit from hearing how to manage their feelings of anxiety, depression, and uncertainty. Register for our free, one-hour webinar.
    • Emotional Support for people within marginalized racial/ethnic groups - Friday, April 23 at 1:00 p.m.
      When a community is disproportionally harmed by a disaster like COVID-19, it is normal to feel sadness, anxiety, or other symptoms of emotional distress. But help and emotional support are available. Register for this free, one-hour webinar to learn why health disparities exist and how to cope with them.

    • Emotional Support for Michiganders facing housing insecurity or homelessness - Wednesday, April 14 at 12:00 p.m.
      Handling the mental challenges of a pandemic can be especially difficult for those with no place to call home. Register for this free, one-hour webinar to learn about resources available to support housing-insecure or homeless individuals experiencing symptoms of emotional distress related to the ongoing pandemic.

     

    To watch a recorded webinar, select from our collection below.

    If you would like us to host a live webinar for your organization, contact project manager Cat Rathbun or outreach specialist Erin Wallace.

  • Maintaining Wellness During a Pandemic
    Information and Resources for Homeless and Housing Insecure Individuals During COVID-19

     

  • Substance Use and Recovery During a Pandemic

     

  • Uplifting our Immigrant Communities
    Mental wellness resources for immigrants and ESL speakers during COVID-19

     

  • Coping During COVID-19
    Information and Resources for Individuals Living with Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities

     

  • Elevating the Education Community
    Information and Resources for Educators and School Staff During COVID-19

     

  • Uplifting our Unemployed Community:
    Mental Wellness Information and Resources for Unemployed Individuals During COVID-19

     

  • Overview of the Michigan Stay Well crisis counseling program.

     

  • Uplifting Our Children and Families:
    Mental Health Information and Resources for Parents

     

  • Uplifting our Senior Community:
    Mental Health Information and Resources for Older Adults

     

  • Uplifting our Direct Care Workers:
    Mental Health Information and Resources for Direct Care Workers During COVID-19