About This Event
Mental health needs within the Greater Rochester community have been steadily increasing over the last several years, but availability and access to services such as psychological and psychoeducational assessments and therapy have remained largely unchanged. Join us as Dr. Cheryl Repass, Executive Director of Westside Psychological Services at Roberts Wesleyan College and Dr. Alysa MacMillen, Clinical Director, discuss exciting ways that our new mental health clinic is helping to create access for a community in need. Topics to be discussed include:
- Key findings of the Greater Rochester Health Foundation’s (GRHF) research related to the level of need in our area.
- Roberts Wesleyan College’s response to these findings.
- The development and continued growth of Westside Psychological Services.
Plus, you’ll get an exclusive Virtual Tour of the new Golisano Community Engagement Center which includes community gathering spaces, Student commons, prayer chapel, café and more!
What: "Creating Access for a Community in Need" Virtual Discussion
Date: Thursday, April 29, 2021
Time: Choose a time that works for you!
- 12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m.
- 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Location: These event will be held on Zoom.
Tickets are FREE, but registration is required.
*Each person will receive a custom Roberts coaster set and Roberts Roast Coffee from alumni-owned business, Fuego Coffee Roasters, for participating. (Not including currently enrolled traditional undergraduate students.)
Hear from our students and alumni about why they are looking forward to the new Golisano Community Engagement Center:
Registration is now closed. Watch the recording here: