Hablemos de Salud Mental

CONNECT se compromete a dedicar del recursos y esfuerzos a la comunidad de habla hispana del condado de Summit para la campaña contra el estigma.  CONNECT Summit County ha aumentado con éxito el alcance comunitario dentro de la comunidad de habla hispana en medios digitales a través de una serie de entrevistas en vivo entre Linda Norquist, – encargada de […]

“Stop the Stigma – Save Lives”

Gregg F. Martin, Ph.D., Major General, US Army (Retired)  [ Note: September is National Suicide Prevention month. The national Suicide  Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-8255 (TALK). For more information, visit www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org ]  In July 2014, I was in my 36th year of military service, a 2-star general, combat  veteran, and president of the National Defense University (NDU), located in  Washington DC. […]

The Power of Peers

Some of us are experiencing serious challenges to our own mental health for the first time in our lives due to the isolation, loneliness, and/or perhaps financial hardships that have resulted from the COVID-19 restrictions. We may be struggling with depression, loneliness, mood swings, hopelessness, and/or increased anxiety. Or we may know someone who is struggling with these emotions. Many […]

Caminando hacia esperanza (Walking With Hope)

Caminando hacia la esperanza El 16 de febrero de 2021, Andrés vio un volante sobre el Promotor Comunitario de CONNECT Summit County (Peer Navigator). Que decía: “Te escuchamos, te guiamos y te apoyamos para conseguir la ayuda y los recursos que necesitas”. Después de varios días de debatir si debía hacer la llamada y pedir ayuda, Andrés decidió llamar. Manifestó […]

CONNECT Summit County receives generous funding from Rob Katz and Elana Amsterdam

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Since the Stay-At-Home Order for residents on March 25, CONNECT Summit County has been working around the clock to support the mental health of community members, especially the hardest hit and most vulnerable populations. Our mission—to create a well-informed and stigma-free community with access to mental health services for everyone ⎯ has perhaps never been more relevant than it is now.  […]

Making an impact: An early-morning run and a touching encounter

When Park City Community Church’s Pastor Tracy was on an early-morning run, she had a curious encounter with a young woman whom she instinctively knew was struggling. Take a couple of minutes to watch this video about their touching encounter, and how CONNECT Summit County’s signs “You Matter,” and “It’s OK To Not Be OK” were a gateway for hope […]

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