Mental Health During The COVID Pandemic: A Status Report
February 25, 2022
12:00 PM CT - 1:00 PM CT
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We will have a dynamic overview of the mental health consequences of the COVID pandemic. First, we present studies on increasing mental illness prevalence and the developing mental health provider gap. Secondly, Aunt Martha's Health and Wellness, a leading provider in the State of Illinois, will present their experience with the demand and provision of services. Finally, we will examine some of the best emerging practices nationally and regionally implemented by municipal governments, health systems, or other care providers.
By attending this session you will:
- Learn the statistical highlights of the last two years’ increase in mental health illness incidence and demand for services
- Discover the approach by a Chicago area health agency to the mental health concerns of clients and neighborhoods
- Obtain the national view of emerging best practices for mental health care during the COVID pandemic
Maurice Lemon, MD, MPH, Co-Chair of the Program Committee and Billings Fellow
Wanda Parker, EdD, Vice President of Clinical and Therapeutic Services, Aunt Martha's Health
Karen Batia, PhD, Consultant, Health Management Associates
US Surgeon General Report: Protecting Youth Mental Health 2021 Download PDF
Claire Leppold, Lisa Gibbs, Karen Block*, Lennart Reifels*, Phoebe Quinn*, Public Health Implications of Multiple Disaster Exposures, Lancet Public Health, January 19, 2022. Download PDF
Darcel Rockett. Help for teens with disabilities. More likely to suffer from mental health disorders researchers say. Chicago Tribune, January 9, 2022.
Marc Fagan, PsyD, Youth Mental Health Crisis Can be Addressed with the Right Investment, SunTimes, 12.22.2022.
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