- Tuesday, June 22, 2021
- 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
- Online via Zoom
- Event Contact
- Business and Community Solutions
844.642.2338, ext. 1399
Are you ready to dive into discussing mental health and well-being?
Join Brandon Marshall, a former professional football wide receiver, in this powerful fireside chat. Brandon's personal experiences with borderline personality disorder serve as a catalyst for his mental health advocacy. He will talk about how to recognize these times as uniquely challenging for each individual, and share ways we can all find the resilience to persevere in any situation.
Brandon believes strongly that football is his platform and his work in the mental health community is his purpose in life. With suicide being the second leading cause of death in youth ages 10-24, he is dedicated to ensuring youth across the nation receive prevention and early intervention services.
MEET OUR PRESENTER:
Brandon Marshall is an American football wide receiver who has played for the Miami Dolphins, Chicago Bears, New York Jets and New York Giants. As the Executive Chairman and Co-Founder of PROJECT 375, Brandon is passionately dedicated to his work in the mental health community. PROJECT 375 is a national non-profit dedicated to unlocking human potential through conversation, education and inspiration. Aside from his work with the foundation, Brandon is an active participant in other mental health organizations such as Child Mind Institute and an ambassador for the Healthy Brain Network.
This course meets the continuing education renewal requirements for Iowa Social Workers.
This opportunity is funded through a partnership with County Social Services CARES funding to provide training for essential workers in the Northeast Iowa Region.