Please join us for our first virtual event hosted by Molina Healthcare of Florida, in collaboration with The MolinaCares Accord, where state experts and community leaders will discuss how providers, community-based organizations, and other health care stakeholders can help support Floridians’ behavioral health needs post-Ian.
Hurricane Ian’s legacy of devastation isn’t limited to property damage. The mental health needs of survivors and first responders can last for years. In fact, according to the Florida Behavioral Health Association, mental-health providers are still working with families affected by Hurricane Michael in 2018.
This live, virtual event - “Behavioral Health in the Aftermath of Hurricane Ian” - will be held Thursday, January 26, between 11 a.m. and Noon.
The event will be hosted by Molina Healthcare of Florida Plan President Mike Jones and joined by the following dignitaries and leaders:
- Keynote address: Representative Sam Garrison
- Moderator: Kimberly Moore, a longtime central Florida reporter
- Panelists: Melanie Brown-Woofter, President and CEO, Florida Behavioral Health Association; Melissa Larkin-Skinner, CEO, Centerstone of Florida; and Seminole County Sheriff Dennis Lemma.
Learn more and register for the panel here.