A New Orleans mental health panel, sponsored by The Renaudin Foundation and moderated by The Times-Picayune, has been rescheduled for Monday, September 14 at 10 a.m.
Topics will include children’s mental health, the long-term impact of mental health struggles amid disasters and the effect of racism on mental health, particularly among kids.
“The pandemic has created an array of problems, some easy to see and others less obvious,” said Advocate and Times-Picayune Editor Peter Kovacs. “That’s why we’re proud to join The Renaudin Foundation in focusing on the hidden mental health challenges our communities are facing.” (read more)
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