A white profile of a human head with a cog symbol in it is set against a sky blue background, with the words 'Wednesday, Oct. 21 - 1-2 p.m.' in white to the right of the image.How can you ensure good mental health for your public safety employees?

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October 21 — 12-1 p.m.
A recording of this webinar will be available by October 22.

While the pandemic, civil unrest, and economic upheaval have created unprecedented challenges in our communities, one positive change has been an encouragement to normalize conversations around mental health.

Reducing these stigmas is vitally important — especially in public safety work — because post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) continues to create both financial and human costs to public safety professionals and the communities they serve.

During this session, we’ll discuss how city leaders like you can help, including:

  • Encouraging open dialogue about public safety mental health.
  • Reinforcing accountable and compassionate work environments.
  • Understanding how to support people experiencing mental illness to keep working and return to work.
  • Explaining the benefits of peer support to public safety mental health.
  • Communicating the various options available to assist public safety personnel with mental wellness concerns and recovery.

We encourage you to submit questions to lmcwebinar@lmc.org by Monday, October 19. Please include the title of this session in your email’s subject line.


Lora Setter, Public Safety Program Coordinator, League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust

Dan Greensweig, Administrator, League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust

Laura Kushner, HR Director, League of Minnesota Cities


City administrators, managers, clerks, mayors, councilmembers, fire chiefs, and police chiefs




October 21 — 12-1 p.m.
A recording of this webinar will be available by October 22.

You will be participating via the internet using GoToWebinar. An email confirmation with instructions to join the session will be sent after registration is completed. Please note: If you don’t receive your email, check your junk or spam folder.