Tue. 4/26
11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Chamber Event
Join everyone at Pro Football HOF Nash Family Event Center
2121 George Halas Dr NW
Canton, OH
Questions? (330) 458-2073
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Breaking down mental health stigma is essential for realizing full wellness in the workplace. Employees are multidimensional, bringing to work with them the invisible load of work, home, and community.

Understanding this is vital as businesses create opportunities for open dialogue and increased access to informed behavioral health care. Join us as Bernie Kosar, former NFL quarterback and Youngstown native, shares his personal and professional journey of overcoming physical and mental health challenges. His story will undoubtedly set the stage for an informative panel discussion with behavioral health experts who are committed to an integrated approach to care in our community. Investing in workforce mental health is imperative to protect the future of business. Together, we can work to make our community, our businesses, and our families strong, healthy, and thriving.

Behavioral Health Panel

Dr. Wymyslo
earned his undergraduate degree is from the University of Toledo and completed medical school at the Medical College of Ohio. He completed his family practice residency at the Aultman Family Practice Residency Program where he served as co-chief resident. He is board certified in Family Medicine and has maintained a practice in Stark County for the past 30 years. Dr. Wymyslo has served as Medical Director of the AultCare Population Health Management Program and Clinical Quality since 2011. He is passionate about the transformation of primary care and promoting quality to drive value.

Ruth Scheufler works as the clinical director of Aultman Behavioral Health and Counseling Center. She is passionate about counseling individuals who struggle with both substance use and mental illness. Ruth also has a special interest in treating adults with a history of trauma. She is also passionate in educating others, workingto decrease the stigma of mental illness in our community.

Dr. Mader is the Chief Integration Officer at Stark County Mental Health and Addiction Recovery and serves as the lead for the Behavioral Health Access and Integration Collaborative. After practicing medicine for almost 20 years, Dr. Mader changed gears to work in community settings helping to bridge gaps between healthcare and various other systems. Formerly, Dr. Mader was the Director of the Stark County Help Me Grow program, which is part of the statewide system serving the comprehensive developmental needs of children. At the same time, Dr. Mader was the Director of the Related Services Division, which provides specialized services to students.

Cost: $40/person (includes a plated lunch)
Doors open at 11:00 am

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