Kevin Hines Presents The Art of Wellness: First Responders & Clinicians
Time & Location
About the Event
Please be sure to mark your calendars for Thursday, March 11, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. for the first showing of the video series, Kevin Hines - The Art of Wellness: First Responders & Clinicians.
Kevin Hines is an award-winning filmmaker who survived a suicide attempt after jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge. We are pleased to provide this free video series to mental health and substance use professionals as well as to the public at large. Kevin’s motto is #BeHereTomorrow – we encourage sharing the registration link widely.
Each video in The Art of Wellness series will have a specialized focus beginning on March 11, featuring First Responders & Clinicians. We are pleased to welcome Anne Arundel County Crisis Response System Director Jennifer Corbin, LMSW and Anne Arundel County Police Crisis Intervention Team Lieutenant Steven Thomas – both will join Kevin Hines on March 11 for the live Q/A after the video.
To pre-register for this free event, go to bitly.com/hinesmarch11. This video is the first in the Kevin Hines: The Art of Wellness series. We encourage you to save-the-dates for the full series noted below:
• 3/11/21 - First Responders & Clinicians
• 3/25/21 - Youth & Adolescents
• 4/8/21 - Aging
• 4/22/21 - General Community
• 5/13/21 - Impacted Families of Suicide & Mental Health
• 5/27/21 - People Working from Home
• 6/10/21 - Men & The Male Perspective
Kevin Hines will join us live after each video to moderate a Q/A, joined by regional guest moderators with expertise in each video’s focus.
The Kevin Hines: The Art of Wellness free video series is made possible through funding from the Behavioral Health Administration and with the sponsor support of Anne Arundel County Department of Health, Anne Arundel County Mental Health Agency, Channel Marker Mental Health and Wellness Support, and Mid-Shore Behavioral Health, Inc.
Learn more about Kevin Hines’ remarkable story at kevinhinesstory.com.