DENVER – Anne Trujillo is hosting a Contact7 COVID-19 Town Hall with metro area mental health experts Thursday, April 16, from 6:30 to 7 p.m., to help us navigate new struggles brought into our lives by the novel coronavirus.
Throughout the day Wednesday and during the town hall Thursday evening, we will be soliciting questions from Denverites that will be asked during the meeting.
There are many ways you can participate:
--Call our novel coronavirus hotline at 303-832-0676 and we’ll record your questions.
--Email Contact7@thedenverchannel.com and write us your questions for Colorado Department of Labor and Employment officials.
--Head over to our Facebook and Twitter pages to send us questions.
We’ll carry the town hall over the air, on our streaming apps, on our website and social media pages – where you will also be able to ask questions through Facebook Live. Tune in Thursday evening at 6:15 p.m. to watch and participate. Watch the town hall below:
Denver7 is also teaming up with the University of Colorado’s College of Nursing to help guide viewers to the mental health resources that are available to them during this trying time.
Before the town hall, mental health professionals at the nurse-led Sheridan Health Services clinic will be helping to guide those in need of assistance to the resources best for them. They will be answering calls at 303-315-6131 on Thursday, April 15 from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.