At UMMS, we are committed to being a trusted resource for your physical and mental health. Our Not All Wounds are Visible series addresses important mental health topics, many of which have been made worse during the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch and listen to these important community conversations.

Not All Wounds Are Visible- A Community Conversation

Unburdening Racism, Injustice and Inequity to Create a Path Forward

WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 2021 • 6:00 – 7:15 PM

Join our mental and spiritual health experts for a guided and purposeful conversation about the feelings that occur as a result of systemic racism and social injustice. This discussion will address economic and health disparities while allowing participants to share thoughts and feelings that shape the mental health of our communities.

To join by audio only: Call 1-408-418-9388
Access code: 129 580 8573

Understanding Grief, Loss and Building Hope During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the loss of life, routines, traditions and normalcy, causing a loss of safety and freedom, all impacting mental health. This important conversation discusses managing grief, loss and how to build a wellness toolbox.

Coping with Racism and Racial Trauma

This two-part webinar series provides information about racism and racial trauma and discusses coping mechanisms, including sharing strategies for self-care and support.

Mental Health and COVID-19

Isolated but Connected (4/23)

Learn the importance of staying connected with family and friends to help lower feelings of social isolation during this time of physical distancing. Watch Isolated but Connected.

Helping Children Cope (4/21)

Parents and caregivers will hear tips about helping children and teens navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch Helping Children Cope.

Protecting your Mental Health (4/16)

Learn effective tools for supporting your emotional health and managing the stress associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.