• Outreach Specialists with the Stay Well Crisis Counseling Program create and host public webinars with mental health tips for various demographic groups around the state.

     

    Register to attend a live public webinar by clicking on a title link below. Or check out our collection of recorded Stay Well webinars below.

    • Coping strategies for people within marginalized racial/ethnic groups - Monday, June 7 at 12:00 p.m.
      When a community is disproportionally harmed by a disaster like COVID-19, it is normal to feel sadness, anxiety, or other symptoms of emotional distress. Register for this free, interactive webinar to learn more about racial and ethnic health disparities and share your thoughts and feelings with others.
    • Uplifting our Older Adults/Seniors - Tuesday, June 8 at 12:00 p.m. 
      Older adults - and the people who care for them - have gone through a stressful year of COVID-19 isolation, uncertainty, fear, and grief. Many seniors are still struggling with symptoms of emotional distress. Learn how older adults can manage these feelings and regain hope. Register for our free, 1-hour webinar.
    • Uplifting our Immigrant Communities - Wednesday, June 9 at 1:00 p.m.
      The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life dramatically for many Michiganders…and particularly for those whose second language is English. Immigrants may be feeling lingering effects of pandemic-related emotional distress. Join the Michigan Stay Well grant team for a free, interactive webinar providing mental wellness tips and resources for immigrants and ESL speakers.
    • Finding Resilience while Unemployed - Wednesday, June 16 at 3:00 p.m.
      The pandemic brought massive unemployment, and many are still jobless or under-employed. Are you exhausted and stressed from trying to find meaningful work? Join the Michigan Stay Well grant team for a free, interactive webinar to learn coping strategies and discuss your challenges with others in your situation.
    • Uplifting our Children and Families - Tuesday, June 22 at 12:00 p.m.
      The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life dramatically for many families. As a parent or caregiver, how can you help your children cope while maintaining your own mental wellness? Attend our free, one-hour webinar on how to recognize and manage symptoms of emotional distress in yourself and your kids.

     

  • Information and Resources for Healthcare Workers & First Responders During COVID-19

     

  • Maintaining Wellness During a Pandemic
    Information and Resources for Homeless and Housing Insecure Individuals During COVID-19

     

  • Substance Use and Recovery During a Pandemic

     

  • Uplifting our Immigrant Communities
    Mental wellness resources for immigrants and ESL speakers during COVID-19

     

  • Coping During COVID-19
    Information and Resources for Individuals Living with Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities

     

  • Elevating the Education Community
    Information and Resources for Educators and School Staff During COVID-19

     

  • Uplifting our Unemployed Community:
    Mental Wellness Information and Resources for Unemployed Individuals During COVID-19

     

  • Overview of the Michigan Stay Well crisis counseling program.

     

  • Uplifting our Direct Care Workers:
    Mental Health Information and Resources for Direct Care Workers During COVID-19

     

  • Uplifting our Senior Community:
    Mental Health Information and Resources for Older Adults

     

  • Uplifting Our Children and Families:
    Mental Health Information and Resources for Parents