In a time where human connection and accountability is so illuminated, is this an opportunity to disrupt and redefine our personal systems of accountability, care, and connection? In a world that strives for efficiency, how can we create tools for wellness that address the diverse histories and experiences that shape us? Join this dynamic panel of experts and thought leaders for a conversation to explore actionable pathways to equitable care and connection in uncertain times.
The presenters will present recent trends in Vermont suicide and related data. Special populations that will be described include youth, LGBTQ+, Persons of Color, females and older adults.
In order to begin to address the disparity in efforts around suicide prevention, we need to widen our lens to include a perspective of social justice and racial equity.