OCEACT would like to present this opportunity to join the Oregon Health Authority in a COVID-19 African American Community Mental Health Dialogue. Please review the details provided by OHA below:
“The current pandemic is highlighting disparities across a wide range of impacts and outcomes in our Black, African Immigrant and African American Communities that are the result of many factors including historical and contemporary racism, discrimination, oppression, toxic stress and intergenerational trauma. The Oregon Health Authority has not done enough to recognize and work with Communities of Color to resolve inequities and address their root causes. We want to hear from you and begin to forge the relationships needed to co-create approaches and services that truly support Black and African American communities.
Please join this dialogue co-hosted by Oregon Health Authority Behavioral Health Director, Steve Allen and Multnomah County Behavioral Health Division Director Ebony Clarke to dialogue about the best ways to utilize CARES Act funding to support the mental health needs of Black and African Americans within the state of Oregon.”
When: July 9th, 2020 5-6:30PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Everyone has a right to know about and use Oregon Health Authority (OHA) programs and services. OHA provides free help. Some examples of the free help OHA can provide are:
• Sign language and spoken language interpreters
• Written materials in other languages
• Large print
• Audio and other formats