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COVID-19 Office Hour Session – Opportunities for Peer Support Workers, Supervisors, and Programs - Shared screen with speaker view
Frank Craig
28:16
Is there a separate number to call in? I am inside of an institution with no camera/mic set up and cannot hear anything.
Kimberly Comer
29:06
646*558*8656,,98119392
Jason Tapscott
29:38
I am a CPS. I'm trying to start some virtual groups with some participants. Usually, I work at a recovery community center. Obviously, because of the pandemic, that is no longer an option. I am just curious about HIPAA compliance using Zoom. Are there some considerations I need to think about if I wanted to whip up a group meeting with participants?
Sarah Neil, National Council for Behavioral Health
30:24
Thanks for joining everyone! Please be sure to use this chat space to communicate any questions or comments you have. Also please remember to keep yourself muted when not speaking to the larger group.
Frank Craig
30:38
I have dialed into the meeting but get a message that the meeting ID does not exist.
Cory Will
30:44
https://www.hhs.gov/hipaa/for-professionals/special-topics/emergency-preparedness/notification-enforcement-discretion-telehealth/index.html
Nancy Matheny
31:52
You can mute everyone as the admin!
MiKala
32:21
How hard is it to hit mute??
Daniel Rossi
32:23
the facilitator should mass mute the space
Jill Barr
32:46
My audio cut out, I've tried to call in multiple times and it says the meeting is full and hangs up.
Julvette Price
32:58
People are still trying to get in it said met 300 people
Rico Bodin
33:24
Thanks Joan for staying focused on this mindfulness exercise.
Angela Ellis
34:17
I have no audio and when I call in it was full and hung up.
Isis Wellman
34:27
Thank you so much for this meeting! workshop! so needed! 🤗
James Wikel
34:30
Hello, myself and a coworker are also loking into starting virtual groups.
Victor Fitz
34:30
Is this webinar being recorded for later listening?
Daniel Rossi
34:55
Zoom is high risk for hacking, but its nice to see everyone
MAURA GASWIRTH
35:07
Yes it is being recorded and will be sent out after this call.
Daniel Rossi
35:08
its not HIPPA or VAWA compliant
Rico Bodin
35:20
love the emotional connection here!
Krystal Jacobus
36:04
will this be available to share for others later? I have 2 other peers who were registered and then it wouldn't let them in
joan King
36:09
Daniel, we have higher security settings now, upgraded last week
Daniel Rossi
36:17
Survivor Peer Support from SAFE Alliance Austin Tx, working with people escaping/healing from violence. *waves to all*
James Wikel
37:46
Jim, C-PRSS with The Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma, working under a tribal opioid over prevention grant and tribal opioid response grant to implement culturally relevant peer services
Daniel Rossi
38:02
we're making deep connections with folks we serve, meeting them where they are at, text/chat and microsoft team group/meetings
Daniel Rossi
39:55
Microsoft teams is HIPPA and VAWA compliant
Timothie Smith
40:05
OCARTA has utilized Zoom to transition almost all our support groups, PRSS training course and staff meetings totally virtually.
Nybelle Caruso
40:49
We wrote a few documents for our peers about ideas for group topics and things to do one on one over teleconference because people were feeling stuck around short conversations and processing feelings around the pandemic over and over
Nybelle Caruso
40:55
LifeworksNW, Oregon
Daniel Rossi
41:08
our agency wants us to move away from zoom, because the agency can be hacked even with the professional version
Stephanie McGraw
41:15
AA Intergroup has put out setting guidelines to make sure the traditions are being upheld
Nancy Matheny
41:31
our agency also says no to Zoom
Micah Levitt
42:28
Hi there! we at KairosNW are meeting via zoom, virtual bingo for family support group and a virtual make up group for youth in power servicespower services. we have also delivered activity packets and food to our families served
jeffrey wisdom
42:35
In a clinical setting - how do you get around HIPPA?
Michaela Tschirhart
42:38
Any suggestions on how I can engage my clients during this time of mostly phone sessions. Most of my clients do not have Zoom capabilities. I work at Fremont Counseling Service, Riverton WY in mental health, substance abuse, and co-occurring.
Gamaliel Polanco
42:56
Ring Central, google meets are also options
Caren Gaines
43:20
We have done all our groups through teleconference due to the fact that not all our consumers have a way to do zoom meetings but they can call in.
josh white
43:49
I work for the Elizabeth Layton Center here in Kansas.. I do Zoom groups for clients.. I normally with a Morning Reflections group that includes daily interpersonal topics and allow the clients to speak and plan there days, this is also a hep with getting people out of bed in the morning and discuss what they plan to do for the day.
Isis Wellman
43:59
Hi Michaela, how about through whatsapp video call?
Carin Miller
44:08
I am the Peer Support Specialist with The Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling. Due to COVID-19, we are using virtual meeting options to meet with our help seekers and partners through Zoom and Microsoft teams. 1-800-GAMBLER
Michaela Tschirhart
45:00
Thank you, Isis. I can talk to my supervisor about that. HIPPA compliance woulod have to be addressed.
Sherrie Watkins
45:26
Admin please re-address the concerns at HIPAA. Thanks!
Heather Carpenter
45:27
I can definitely identify with the lack of conversation starters with peers. @ Nybelle
Heather Carpenter
45:36
My conversations are very short
Michaela Tschirhart
45:49
mine too.
Kimberly Comer
46:26
I utilize my Motivational Interviewing tools to stay connected.
MiKala
46:26
I am having trouble getting people to talk on the phone and very few to almost none want to do video. Conversation starters and paths would be great.
Nancy Craig
46:50
resource to understand HIPPA at this time https://www.hhs.gov/hipaa/for-professionals/special-topics/emergency-preparedness/notification-enforcement-discretion-telehealth/index.html
Jeremy Moore
46:54
Some HIPPA Guidelines have been relaxed for expanded use of telehealth during the COVID Crisis. see link for details https://www.hhs.gov/hipaa/for-professionals/special-topics/emergency-preparedness/notification-enforcement-discretion-telehealth/index.html
Kevin FitzPatrick
47:34
Use compassionate curiosity when talking to a Peer and inquiring and making sure you understand what the peer is going through.
Mark Rowley
47:37
Here is some good guidance from OCR/HHS Re; HIPAA. Do not fear using different platforms:
Mark Rowley
47:52
https://www.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/telehealth-faqs-508.pdf
Julvette Price
47:54
Are you using your personal phone or company phone?
Michaela Tschirhart
48:08
company
Angela Truelock
48:17
Our organization has been pushing the use of doxy.me for any video interactions.
Nybelle Caruso
48:29
company or blocking personal number during calls
MiKala
48:34
I use a company phone but some are using their personal phones by blocking the number
Katherine Ronnow
49:02
you can use a google phone number so more people will answer the calls since its not a blocked number
Lisa Cherry
49:07
Does anyone else have issues with trying to get people on the phone? Voicemail isn't set up, call can't be completed as dialed, number has been disconnected or they can't accept blocked calls, which is what we must do from personal phones...???
Jennifer Gozdzialski
49:07
when talking on the phone, use eCPR (emotional CPR). Holding space for the person on the phone you are talking to.
Nancy Matheny
49:14
we are using Doxy.me and we have work phones
Nybelle Caruso
49:21
we also use zoom phone app
Julvette Price
49:21
thanks great idea blocking number
James Wikel
49:21
I have been engaging clients exclusively by phone. I use a company phone. A few clients will only text message.
Daniel Rossi
49:22
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5HKfvKtgt4&feature=youtu.be
Daniel Rossi
49:44
safety is important to consider, we are seeing escalated violence in homes
Theresa Bird
50:36
The … has an option to save this chat.
Sherrie Watkins
50:36
Don't see a way to raise my hand.
Daniel Rossi
50:48
I would love to share
Karin Lettau
51:30
How can we increase digital access to those we serve who lack access to internet or lack smart devices?
Michaela Tschirhart
51:32
click on participants on the bottom of your screen and you should see the option
Kimberly Comer
51:43
I find helping individuals as well as myself to focus on mindfulness and keep a gratefulness journal.
Tara Belfast-Hurd
51:45
any resources for individuals who are deaf/hard of hearing??
josh white
51:46
My company has turned to 15 min calls through the week more often, because its harder to keep someone for an hr, Also having pre-planed open ended questions.
Jessica Stalling
51:52
some people don't trust the phone at all. its really hard because some people just like getting out the house going to get food and other things. I know for a lot people hearing about deaths brings up feelings for loved ones that have passrd. all I can do is be present.
Brian.M
51:53
Most Clients say that they are doing well.
Mark Rowley
52:06
RE: Overdose mitigation. We are developing virtual training on use of Narcan and targeting NA and other recovery communities - going to ask if we can drop in to provide the training and then set up the drop off of Nasal Narcan (from a distance).
Jessica Stalling
52:08
passed*
Lisa Cherry
52:08
There is an app for phones for those who are hard of hearing or deaf and it works great.
James Wikel
52:10
I've been brainstorming. Two things I have done is reach out to the providers in our medical clinic and to our tribal police and fire departments for referrals
Tara Belfast-Hurd
52:21
thank you Lisa. what’s the app??
Tess Rem-Canofari
52:26
Would like to share pls...ty
Kimberly Comer
52:30
Language is important to me so I call these "growth opportunities"...lol
Kristi Rougeux
52:58
I play skipbo and other card games over the phone with my peers because it help distract them from panicking over the pandemic . I have also used a lot of guided deep breathing exercise to prevent panic attacks
Tara Belfast-Hurd
53:02
@mark rowley what’s your email address? would like to connect
Heather Carpenter
53:04
How do you all help others in learning about zoom especially those who are technologically-averse?
Daniel Rossi
53:10
microsoft teams is working well, skype for business is great.. and NNEDV has a lot of information about safety concerns for people experiencing violence
Elizabeth Owensby
53:25
I love the idea of a huddle!
Heather Carpenter
53:39
Some of my peers don't know how
James Wikel
53:43
Amazon Chime is another platform
Tammie smith
53:43
We do happy hour and play games on zoom - have the group look for something red - everyone leaves their computer runs around their house and tries to find the red item first....its really fun and everyone really enjoys the time and laughter.
Michaela Tschirhart
53:45
Heather, there are tutorials
Jeremy Moore
54:03
https://www.hhs.gov/hipaa/for-professionals/special-topics/emergency-preparedness/notification-enforcement-discretion-telehealth/index.html
Lori Doyle
54:04
I'm a Peer Support Coordinator and I call all of the Peers at my Agency once a week.
Heather Carpenter
54:15
yes, but they are typically long @ MIchaela
Emil Donofrio
54:23
The organization I work for has a peer "clubhouse" which i sclosed down at this time. However, having attended this center, I am aware of their food pantry so I contacted their staff .and have been able to hook up several of my clients with them. THis has been a Godsend as MEals-on-Wheels and other food delivery services qre stretche dto the limit.
Heather Carpenter
54:25
And difficult to understand
Sarah Neil, National Council for Behavioral Health
54:29
https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/covid19/ here is the resource Tom is referring to
Tara Belfast-Hurd
54:34
thanks mark! I’ll email you to connect
Isis Wellman
54:39
what is happening with detox units right now? anyone knows? functional as normal?
Stephanie McGraw
54:42
I just completed a Digital Peer Support Certification over Zoom that we are doing in Virginia. I also completed the training to actually be a trainer for this certification. This has been very helpful with everything going on.
Tara Belfast-Hurd
55:17
MS TEAMS is great!
Nancy Matheny
55:48
Can you address how to get new referrals since we are working remotely? Family Peer support surrounding addiction.
Julvette Price
55:49
yes teams work well we are using it in Baltimore Maryland.
Tammie smith
55:54
we also do crazy hair day on zoom, or crazy hats, shower caps day etc...this keeps people from feeling intimidated on zoom seeing themselves trying to look their best lol
Jessica Stalling
56:34
people have said this to me thanks for validating
josh white
57:16
to Tammie smith, Love it!
Abir Schmidt
58:26
I second Nancy Matheny is her question: “Can you address how to get new referrals since we are working remotely? Family Peer support surrounding addiction."
Julvette Price
59:01
yes hacker in zoom . no problem with team
Tara Belfast-Hurd
59:09
any ideas re: apps for peers to connect with those hard of hearing? also some of the “better” peer support apps pls n thx?
mindy
59:23
My company has care coordinators who work with individuals who are members of Medicaid and they send the referrals to us as peers. Once we get the referrals it is up to us to connect with them and ask if they want to be part of the peer support program
Rhonda Saenz
01:00:22
Some of our people do not have access to much technology. And others don't have many minutes on their phones. Calls may be limited to 15-20 minutes.
Timothie Smith
01:00:31
Thank you Tammie!
Micah Levitt
01:00:43
oops how do I raise my hand?
Andy Beresky
01:00:50
Rhonda Saenz - that's real.
Nancy Matheny
01:00:56
Mindy our company is only allowing clients in and not family members so hard to reach the family of the addicted clients
Daniel Rossi
01:01:06
we are paying for phone minutes and date for our clients that need it, when and where we can. Funding is always limited
Timothie Smith
01:01:07
Click participants and you’ll see the raise hand button
Andy Beresky
01:01:21
Many of the folks we work with have fixed income, and access to technology is definitely a barrier.
Rebecca Seabaugh
01:01:25
Our agency is allowing clients to park in the parking lot and use our Wi-Fi.
MiKala
01:01:52
Rhonda, our director suggested during this time a couple shorter interactions would be better than and hour or longer session like normal. More frequent check ins.
James Wikel
01:02:15
Yes, access to technology is a barrier. It is rather privileged to think that everyone has the income and access that I do
Olivia Houck
01:02:30
Any suggestions for creative ways to engage clients that are too high risk for face-to-face appointments, but don't have reliable access to telecommunication resources?
mindy
01:02:44
It has been challenging for us to continue to connect to members
Angela Truelock
01:03:22
I would like to raise my hand as well.
Andy Beresky
01:03:27
I think that you can check in with folks more frequently initially, and then ask them what they want phone/internet support to look like. Some people may want shorter calls, just a check in every day. Others may want a longer conversation once or twice a week. I think it's really important to let the people being supported set the pace.
Rebecca Seabaugh
01:03:30
Many companies in our area are providing free phones and internet services for a couple of months, so clients can do telehealth
MiKala
01:03:39
Mindy, same for me. I am doing good just to get them to answer the phone during this time.
Timothie Smith
01:03:41
Click participants and you’ll see the raise hand button
Daniel Rossi
01:03:44
Its like having 3 jobs, as we learn the skills and develop delivery services
James Wikel
01:04:00
I will raise my hand please
Daniel Rossi
01:04:38
Our team meets for 3 hours, once a week, we bond, check in with each other, staff the staffing agenda, and do a healing activity
K.Renee Cox
01:04:40
New referrals are being assessed virtually and if these don't have access to technology we schedule phone calls.
Tammie smith
01:04:42
We also have a local art studio that is designing paint by number kits that includes all the material. We then set up a virtual zoom call and we will paint together. I have several care givers and they work with our seniors who love to paint. I get them on the call and we do these together.....lots of fun and the designs/kits can be done based on your audience. My kits need to be large print. It really works well. Also great using local resources involved.
Daniel Rossi
01:04:58
we just got 37 referrals from supportive housing prograsm
Jeremy Moore
01:05:06
The nurses in our hospitals have been amazing about helping us connect with our Peers in the Emergency Department as well as on the Medical Floors. They see the value in Peer Support and are very eager to help us make the connection.
Rhonda Saenz
01:05:11
We are sending out a letter to new people. It introduces the Peer and the services to the client. We provide them with information about services, our contact number and encouragement to call the Peer for additional support. We then calling the client within a week of the letter.
Melissa Kaufman
01:05:28
I would like to raise my hand as well about how we are coming together as a CPS team and keeping our focus
Daniel Rossi
01:05:50
we also diversified our hours as a team with people work evenings and weekend options
Jessica Stalling
01:06:02
good idea Tammie and rhonda
Angela Stevens
01:06:22
Hi I have a few high risk pregnant MH clients who really need to SEE me at least once a week .so on the nice days we social distance walking in their immediate apartment area. We have different types of things we will do on a Telehealth call and will follow up with on next visit. We have made Hygiene bags for men & women those who cannot get out and dropping off at their doors .
mindy
01:06:32
We have a unable to reach letter that we send out after a few attempts to contact
Jeremy Moore
01:06:32
One of the services we provide is follow up calls. We have found that we are having increased success in reaching our peers via phone after our initial encounters
Rebecca Seabaugh
01:07:01
Our agency has set up some telehealth rooms that the client can use from the office, but the clinician is at home or in another office.
Angela Stevens
01:07:02
Its hard for new referrals I try to meet in person but continue social distancing . Weather is always permitting of course
Daniel Rossi
01:07:10
we're doing intake and asessment virtually too.
Steven Greene
01:07:36
I am still seeing people on the initial visit to sign them up for services and the we move to phone services. New referrals are still contacted by phone by me, the peer specialist.
Elizabeth Owensby
01:07:44
Angela!!!! Heyyyy we are doing the same down here in AIKEN!
Steven Greene
01:08:16
my work has really not changed due to the structure of the site that I am stationed.
Nybelle Caruso
01:08:23
we've had some success with clinicians getting verbal consents for texts before a peer referral so we can set up a time to talk and not play phone tag
Angela Stevens
01:09:10
Its difficult in our roles currently WE alos feel disconnected from our clients. We have Peer group meetings weekly sometimes 2x a week . We also need to have good self care.
MiKala
01:09:12
This is similar to how we are trying to do things
Steven Greene
01:10:01
I will say that referrals are down at this time. I usually have close to 40 referrals a month. but now I am down to under 10.
Daniel Rossi
01:10:35
ooooh thats cool!
Jessica Stalling
01:10:52
I like love that rebecca
Stephanie McGraw
01:10:58
I work for a Addiction Recovery Residential Community organization and I would like to know how other residential communities are handling referrals
Nybelle Caruso
01:11:22
LifeworksNW is doing something similar, one site open per county so people can come in and use phone or laptop for appointments if needed, we have a skeleton staff there to sanitize rooms after
Angela Stevens
01:11:44
We are a Syracuse based Treatment Center / Detox / Residential We are using our group rooms that are no longer used by the TCM for 1 on 1 new clients who request a face to face
Daniel Rossi
01:12:48
@stephanie we have a hotline for our shelter and we do a risk asessment as per usual, over the phone. Admittance is taking more time due to sterilization of the rooms
Stephanie McGraw
01:12:50
I'm referring to taking new peers (residents) during all of this. Are organizations doing this?
Timothie Smith
01:13:44
OCARTA is now doing staff self-care plans during quarantine.
Daniel Rossi
01:14:28
our peer team has found that we are our own best resource, we meet and talk a lot outside of our weekly meeting. We played dress up in our last virtual meeting
Timothie Smith
01:14:40
Nice!
Daniel Rossi
01:14:56
peers are also bringing healing activities into our team meeting, we had a sound bath last Friday
josh white
01:14:59
Even though our public Library is currently closed, I do have peers who go to the property to utilize the wifi for groups, my company does not have the ability for wifi on the proporty. so just an idea
Daniel Rossi
01:15:43
I bought a pool for my carport lol, I would have thought it too much, but in a pandemic $100 is a good investment
Andy Beresky
01:15:50
We're going a daily team meeting. I think that it's really important right now to maintain team unity and make sure our teams aren't feeling isolated.
mindy
01:16:09
We are researching beginning to open some hotel rooms to allow the homeless population a place to stay if diagnosed with COVID and/or to prevent exposure. They are looking to use us peers to help go in and offer support regular basis.
Daniel Rossi
01:16:24
really taking time with my team each week to process our own grieving and feelings
Daniel Rossi
01:16:30
Yesterday We had Happy Hour to be with each other on the team. We so happy to be with every one and had time with two of team mates B Day
Andy Beresky
01:16:38
We've also been bringing in a special guest for our meetings once per week, someone else who has been doing peer support for awhile that we may not normally connect with.
Amy Hinton
01:16:40
We are doing pretty much like several. We have 2 scheduled times during the week that all peer support specialist can get on and see one another and talk about what's working and not working but also talk about what is going on in their lives. Our last meeting we discussed Netflix shows. They miss the connection with others during this time.
Andy Beresky
01:16:53
We also watch one movie pertinent to the work every week, and discuss it as a group on Fridays.
Julvette Price
01:17:00
We have a WRAPPY hour of Peers and Training every Friday.
Nybelle Caruso
01:17:05
there is a hotel also taking COVID positive folks in for quarantine and they will be told about crisis peer services upon entry to hotel and offered calls while they have to stay in the room for 2 weeks
Timothie Smith
01:17:14
I love the WRAPPY hour idea
Timothie Smith
01:17:18
Sounds great
Jessica Stalling
01:17:23
good idea Daniel and josh
Daniel Rossi
01:17:37
our work is very healing too, I find authentic connection and activities is a part of our wellness.. Its called secondary healing
Nancy Matheny
01:18:04
The agency keeping us informed about these talks to help us process all the changes and get ideas from others who are doing the same jobs
Daniel Rossi
01:18:14
YEs, Megan, YES! holdign space with all of it for ourselves and our teams
Amy Hinton
01:18:18
Our Leadership actually set up times they are available to all staff and have been reaching out individually to each of the peer staff and checking in with them. Our agency is also doing videos on what to do for yourself during this time and the peer staff have really jumped on this to make videos to post to the website.
Timothie Smith
01:19:02
Well said Megan!
Daniel Rossi
01:19:03
This is great time for processing the deeper things! Great time take stock....
Julvette Price
01:19:34
We have virtual lunch and game time . We use Teams
Daniel Rossi
01:20:13
my conference with trafficking survivors was cancelled, we are meeting virtually instead, not waiting to hang out! I love them... they get tattoos at every conference, we love our time together that much
Daniel Rossi
01:20:42
I just consider a tattoo every year lol I don't like pain
Mark Rowley
01:20:42
All - here in Jacksonville, FL, we saw a 26% increase in overdoses in past 5 weeks. There is anecdotal reports of 3rd party callers calling 9-1-1 after watching their friend OD via webcam. Does anyone have awareness of this?
jeffrey wisdom
01:20:47
THIS HAS BEEN AWESOME!!!!!
mindy
01:20:48
Where and when are the survivor conferences
Jessica Stalling
01:20:53
I hope you guys do this again. I love this.
Derrick Lewis
01:21:04
will the audio of this webinar be sent to our emails
Jason Tapscott
01:21:04
:)
Theresa Bird
01:21:16
So great..thank you for the energizing conversation.
Marcie Gray
01:21:18
Thank you all so much! This has been incredible! Very much appreciated
Timothie Smith
01:21:22
I have to jump on an ARCO call at 2. Thank you everyone!!
heather tafuro
01:21:24
great ideas & information! Thank you all!!!!
Andrea Triplett
01:21:25
Thank you for this and their
Linda Moore
01:21:32
Ok so my name is Linda and I'm from MCRT Hampton Newport News community service board and I think this is great. What happens when this COVID 19 is lifted. I'm loving this new way to communicate.
Michele Squires
01:21:35
Will there be a replay of the webinar?
Isis Wellman
01:21:39
greetings from overseas! from Bermuda! thankful for all your feedback!
Michaela Tschirhart
01:21:46
Thanks so much! This has been helpful.
Jessica Stalling
01:21:47
this is awesome much appreciated.
Andrea Triplett
01:21:48
the information have a good one! stay safe!
Daniel Rossi
01:21:49
I am lisa LPous@safeaustin.org
josh white
01:21:53
I look forward to more meetings like this, its amazing I thank everyone, great ideas and will be greatful for more meetings
Carole Williams-Hayes
01:22:04
This was a blessing! Thank you much!
Johanna D
01:22:13
This has been so great! Thank YOU!!!!
Lori Doyle
01:22:15
Thank you, this has been GREAT!!!
Yalita Thompson
01:22:20
It is very refreshing to have actual contact with peers. This has been great.
Tess Rem-Canofari
01:22:24
Thank You...Pittsburgh, PaGateway Rehabilitation Center
Laura Sylvia
01:22:26
New peer I started in March so this is all new to me. A ton of great information. Thanks so much for sharing everything.
Lori Blanchard
01:22:27
Thank you for being here for US!
Theresa Bird
01:22:32
I agree, Yalita.
wendy derouen
01:22:33
Thank you so much for this meeting it was well worth this hour.
Megan Ridout
01:22:34
I hadn't heard of that Mark Rowley
LaDrena Martin
01:22:42
This is an amazing platform. I wish you all well during this time of crisis
Rhonda Saenz
01:22:42
Thank you. This has been very enlightening
Martin Hawes
01:22:46
Maura Tom Joan all of you ROCK!!!!!!
jacquelyn kester
01:22:51
So many want f2f visits right now more than ever. Social Distance walking is an AMAZING idea!
Linda Lyman
01:22:55
Thank you was amazing and refreshing
ashlie ibarra
01:23:14
thank you so very much for this meeting, it was much needed!
Trevor Hohenthaner
01:23:14
I like that. “Meet people where they’re at… and don’t leave them there.”
Gloria Gomez
01:23:18
Pain is necessary but suffering is optional. This is the coolest thing ever. Thank you bunches !
Lori Lester
01:23:19
I had some trouble signing in but the parts ive been privy to hearing, was great information.... Thank you guys! I look forward to more of these!!!!
Jacqueline Morrison
01:23:24
Very informative.Thanks
Jennifer Gozdzialski
01:23:37
Thank you for this. I received so many great ideas to try in our area of WI.
Daniel Rossi
01:23:45
the new now, everyday :) WE CAN have it all, dream big y'all
ashlie ibarra
01:23:59
Take care everyone and God bless
Johanna D
01:24:43
can you email us the links?
Daniel Rossi
01:24:44
Thank you !
Johanna D
01:24:58
we can't click on the links
Kimberly Dougherty
01:25:05
Truly enjoyed this meeting! Thank you. Stay safe and healthy.
Daniel Rossi
01:25:08
I called that hotline... it was okay ish
Johanna D
01:25:09
THank you1
Bill MHAAO
01:25:16
Thank you everyone
Jessica Stalling
01:25:23
thank you so much have a good day
Carin Miller
01:25:24
Thank you!
Tammie smith
01:25:24
God Bless us ALL!
Leslie Nelson
01:25:25
Thank you and thank you for all the links!
Jason Canellis
01:25:26
Thank you
Andy Beresky
01:25:27
By y'all.
Dana Ford
01:25:27
AMAZING!!