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February’s "CONVERSATION" focused on physical and mental health issues that affect our hearts along with a discussion about breaking barriers against heart disease and stroke. We also got our group together to “Go Red for Women.”

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Each month we focus on a different topic at our meetings. Below is a summary of our most recent topic along with the Continued Conversation hosted by Matt Schwartz as he interviews our guest speakers. CLICK HERE for the presentation handout.

Karrie Harper, Go Red For Women Director for the American Heart Association in Louisville, recaps the story she and Teresa McCammon, LPN shared with our group. Matt Schwartz, Chair of the WWCL, learns why women should pay attention to the warning signs, what they can do to prevent heart issues and the local opportunities available to employers to help.

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You can find more Continued Conversations by clicking the button below.

The Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet and Operation UNITE are offer a substance abuse call center that connects people across the state with drug treatment. Kentuckians struggling with a substance use disorder, either themselves or within their families, can call 1-833-8KY-HELP (1-833-859-4357) toll-free to speak with a specialist about treatment options and available resources. The specialist will conduct a brief screening assessment in order to connect callers with the most relevant treatment services as quickly as possible. For more information please contact Woody Maglinger in the Governor's office at 502-564-2611 or Woody.Maglinger@ky.gov 

More information is available at DontLetThemDie.com and OperationUNITE.org.