For the past 15 months, our lives here in Western New York were completely changed by the COVID-19 virus. Many people are still struggling with the changes that impacted their lives.

People had to adapt to work or school changes and changes in their everyday lives and some of these changes also made a major impact on their mental health.

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To help people deal with the mental side of the pandemic, NY Project is hosting a group conversation open to anyone who wants to talk about their experience during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Crisis Counselors will lead “Pandomournium,” a group session for anyone who wants to talk, listen, or engage around their COVID-19 feelings. The event will take place over Zoom and will be held on June 9th at 4 pm.

During the online discussion, people will have a chance to open up about their feelings and thoughts and talk about the effect COVID-19 and the pandemic had on them and their lives.

The Crisis Counselors will be there to listen and help anyone who may be struggling with their emotions and feelings.

The event is free and open to the public and will be held online in an open forum. If you like to join the zoom meeting you can by using this link and passcode:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83262712400?pwd=YUFvMGRsbDBsMWZOWm5MaTk1ZkUrdz09

Meeting ID: 832 6271 2400
Passcode: &#Txb1V=

NY Project Hope was created to help New Yorkers understand their reactions and emotions related to COVID-19, and Spectrum Health and Human Services are one of the agencies selected to provide this service in Western New York. It is funded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

 

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