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april, 2023

26apr10:00 am11:00 amPartners Community Café4th Wednesday of every month

Event Details

Grab a cup of coffee, sit down and join us virtually to get to know us and learn how we can help you. Ask us questions about resources and services you need and who to call.

Together, with your input, we can focus on relevant issues, concerns and ideas to improve the lives of those we serve. We invite you to join us each month for an engaging conversation dedicated to strengthening our communities.

Frequency: Every month on the fourth Wednesday from 10 a.m. – 11 a.m.

Is there a training you would like to see offered? Join us at Community Café, we want to hear from you!

Location: Online (Virtual Meeting)

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The April Community Café will talk about Alcohol Awareness and other substance use. Speakers will discuss intervention services and prevention.

The May Community Café will engage the community in conversation about Mental Health Awareness.

The June Community Café will engage the community in a discussion celebrating Pet Awareness Month. We will highlight animal therapy programs and discuss how animals impact our wellbeing.

The July Community Café will engage the community in a discussion Chronic Disease Day and the impact of substance use on physical health. We will have speakers discussing the connections of mental and physical health concerns.

The August Community Café will engage the community in conversation about getting Back to School.

September is Suicide Prevention Month. The café has speakers from community suicide prevention initiatives who discuss their efforts.

  • Miles Atkins was first elected to serve as Mayor of Mooresville in 2011, and he ran on a platform of visionary leadership, accountability, and transparency. Mayor Atkins has served as Mayor of Mooresville for 12 years. His office focuses on combining the strengths of all of Mooresville, developing a strong economy, and continuing to press for accountable government.
  • Shelby Holland is the tribal liaison at Partners Health Management. She is a proud member of the Lumbee tribe and a licensed clinical social worker. Her culture and license come in handy in her role as they have helped her adapt easier within tribal communities who need resources for things like behavioral health, physical health and  substance use.


(Wednesday) 10:00 am - 11:00 am EST


Online (Virtual Event)