Wednesday, May 5th is the launch of a free virtual Speaker Series Neighborhood House is offering to our community. These virtual events are opportunities to engage and learn about Neighborhood House, our community, and how to grow together to achieve our vision of a healthy, diverse, and welcoming community, free of poverty and racism, where all people thrive!
Leah Post, MPH, MSW, LICSW
Leah Post joined the Neighborhood House Community Health management team in January 2019. She moved to Seattle from Minneapolis, where she was born and raised. Leah received her undergraduate degree in Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies, her Master’s in Public Health and her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. She is an independently licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been providing individual, family and group mental health therapy since 2016. Leah has been working in non-profits and advocating for mental health care in under-served communities since 2011. She is passionate about engaging community leaders in providing culturally responsive information, care and resources
Join Community Health Manager, Leah Post, in a two-part series on Mental Health. The first session, on May 5th, will cover the broad definition of mental health and stigmas often associated with it. The second session, date TBD, will focus on how mental health is impacting our communities, how treatment and help varies culturally, and what local resources are available.
Neighborhood House continues to increase access to culturally-responsive health, behavioral health, and prevention services. Leah’s team helps people experiencing homelessness connect to mental health services.
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