SAVE THE DATES

2024 Physician and Legislative Forums

Monday, May 6, 2024 from 8-9 a.m. via Zoom

Monday, September 9, 2024 from 8-9 a.m. via Zoom

Monday, November 4, 2024 from 8-9 a.m. via Zoom

Watch your email for details and the reservation link

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES



Resources from SCMS Membership Meeting on

Tuesday, September 21, 2021, on

Physician Compassion Fatigue

Courtesy of Molly Gabriel-Champine PhD, LP


SafeHaven™ Now Offering Michigan

Physicians & Health Care Providers

Resources to Manage Stress and Burnout


In an effort to better serve and support clinicians struggling with

stress, burnout and the effects of COVID-19, MSMS has launched

 SafeHaven™, a comprehensive and confidential physician

and health care provider well-being program offering clinicians

with the resources and support they need to address career fatigue

and behavioral health concerns.  The Medical Society of Virginia (MSV) 

conceived and manages SafeHaven™, which is

implemented in partnership with VITAL WorkLife. 


Free Mental Health Counseling for Frontline Workers
SCCMHA is offering hospital employees,

first responders, healthcare professionals

and their immediate family members, throughout the

Great Lakes Bay Region, an opportunity to seek and receive

mental health counseling assistance free of charge, beyond

support provided by an Employee Assistance Plan (EAP).

Call (989) 498-2266 between 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday


*Taking Care of Yourself During COVID-19 Uncertainty 

*Supporting Emotional Health of the Health Care Workforce 

*Child & Family Services - Mental Health Telehealth Services Available 

*MDHHS Announces Peer-run Warmline to Aid Persons with Mental Health Needs During COVID-19

  Pandemic 

*PHYSICIAN SUPPORT LINE 1-888-409-0141 

*Michigan Awarded Two Federal Grants to Strengthen Behavioral Health Services During COVID-19 Crisis 

*​Meeting Mental Health Needs During COVID-19

*SAMHSA COVID-19 Resources and Information

*Resources from Mental Health First Aid 

  *How to Care for Yourself While Practicing Physical Distancing

  *How Do I Know Someone is Experiencing Anxiety or Depression?

  *How to Help Someone with Anxiety or Depression During COVID-19

  *How to Support a Loved One Going Through a Tough Time During COVID-19

*Headspace - Meditation and Mindfulness for Michiganders

*Mental Health America - COVID-19 Resources 

*Michigan Psychiatry Resources for COVID-19

*MDHHS Warmline 

*Mental Health Foundation of West Michigan

*Supporting Emotional Health of the Behavioral Health Workforce 

*Supporting Emotional Health of the Health Care Workforce

*NAMI COVID-19 Resource and Information Guide


NEW EMAIL ADDRESS

Effective 10/18/23

jmcramer@saginawcountyms.com

Please update your address book.  Thank you.

PAYMENT CENTER


                      Pay your SCMS 2024 Membership Dues


                      Make a donation to the SCMS


                       Pay for your dinner at the SCMS Membership Meeting


CONTACT US


SAGINAW COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY           

350 St. Andrews Road, Suite 242                      

Saginaw, MI 48638-5988                                     

(989) 790-3590 office

(989) 331-6720 fax

(989) 284-8884 cell - LEAVE MESSAGE FOR RETURN CALL


OFFICE HOURS:                                                  

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday                

8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.   


Joan M. Cramer, Executive Director

jmcramer@saginawcountyms.com


                      


          SAGINAW COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY​​​                                           

         122 Years of Serving the Residents of Saginaw County




SAVE THE DATES

Upcoming Membership Meetings

Tuesday, April 16, 2024 Membership Meeting

Tuesday, May 21, 2024 Annual Membership Meeting

Spouse/Significant Others Invited

Online reservations required

Watch your email for details and the reservation link

(989) 790-3590

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