Young Professionals of the Quad-Cities will host its Network at Noon program that focuses on addressing mental health in the workplace Tuesday at Jumer’s Casino & Hotel, Rock Island.
Check-in begins at 11:45 a.m. followed by the program at noon.
Admission is $15 for Quad-Cities Chamber of Commerce members and $25 for non-members.
Angie Kendall, director of development and communications for the Child Abuse Council will present Connections Matter: Developing Brain, Relationships and Community featuring evidence-based facts on how stress impacts the brain, and how the community can build relationships to improve individual and community well-being.
The presentation supports the Chamber’s Q2030 plan to create a healthier and more inclusive Quad-City area.
— Times staff