The State of Health in our Community
Community members can meet with leading health providers to discuss needs and priorities for neighborhoods, congregations and diverse groups
Martin University invites community members and faith leaders to meet with health and wellness providers to learn about resources that are available and to set communities’ priorities and needs.
Register for one of three breakout sessions, led by experts and community leaders:
- ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences)
- Infant mortality
- Behavioral health
Please RSVP by calling Heidi Oates at 317-543-3825, emailing email@example.com, or register here.
Free and open to all. A healthy continental breakfast and lunch will be served.
Presented by Martin University, Community Health Network, Concerned Clergy, and the Center for Interfaith Cooperation.Tags: behavioral health, Community Health Network, Concerned Clergy, health, infant mortality, Martin University, trauma, wellness