A Discussion of the Needs and Concerns for Suicide Prevention in the Black, Latino, and Wider Communities

Saturday, May 1, 2021 9:00am to 12:30pm

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The Clergy Mental Health Collaborative, a collective of pastors facilitated by John S. Walker, MDiv, PhD working together to address issues critical to the community, will be holding a virtual event on May 1st from 9 AM to noon titled A Discussion of the Needs and Concerns for Suicide Prevention in the Black, Latino, and Wider Communities. The event will feature the Department of Psychiatry's Eric Caine, MD, alongside April Aycock, EdD, Director of the Monroe County Office of Mental Health, Minister Earl Greene, MA of the Children’s Institute, Rudy Rivera, Executive Director of the Fr. Laurence Tracy Advocacy Center, and Melanie Funchess, President of Ubuntu Village Works, LLC. 

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