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SSBS Diversity Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Behavioral Health 1
09:48
Wow!!
Behavioral Health 1
14:12
Attendees: We will have time for verbal questions at the end, but please also feel free to put written questions here in the chat.
Bethany Hager
19:03
No questions at this time. Thank you for your presentation on such an important topic.
Carina Benson
20:37
Where I am in MInneapolis, there is a strip where there are many NA on drugs and such. Is there a mandate to help mitigate this ?
Behavioral Health 1
21:12
Great question, Natalie!
Carina Benson
23:57
Safe drug use as opposed to trying to divert them from drug use? think that we should have a team of mental health experts to address this. As a missionary, I go to that area to provide food, drinks and masks but I do not see anything being done to actually address the main problem which is mental illness.
Carina Benson
26:24
I came in a bit late-- may I get the contact info of the speaker for the presentation? Should I course thru Natalie?
Behavioral Health 1
26:47
Dr. Ezra Lockhart <enslockhart@gmail.com>
Yanni Gallagher
29:29
I grew up in American Southwest and some of my fondest memories was playing on the reservation.
Yanni Gallagher
31:08
My parents supported many tribes, and help where they can. I know you were saying that partially mental health. What mental health resources have been supplied to American Natives.
Carina Benson
32:19
Thank you. Agree with changing the narrative because as a descendant of headhunters, my narrative is completely different. It changed in one generation.
Carina Benson
34:29
My great grandfather was the last chieftain of headhunters up north in the Philippines but his children got educated and their lives changed. Will be in touch. Thanks.