Getting Connected Event puts spotlight on Mental Health

SLWDB was proud to take part in Getting Connected 2019 Phase XII, Tri-County Literacy Network’s spring professional development event on June 14.

This morning session brought together Employment Services, Literacy and Basic Skills, Employment & Social Services/Ontario Works, Employment Assistance Services, Chatham Kent Workforce Planning Board and Sarnia Lambton Workforce Development Board staff for updates on our local labour markets and a panel discussion on mental health supports and services in our communities.

Laura was happy to provide the labour market update for Sarnia-Lambton, alongside Kristy Jacobs, who provided the update on Chatham-Kent.