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Lucille Hralima

Mental Health Education Series 

A Free Webinar hosted on January 8th, 2022 from

2-4PM. This webinar will discuss  the impact of the pandemic on mental health in People of Color & Suicide and what it will take to bring about healing and well-being.

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Lucille Hralima 

Lucille Hralima 

Lucille Hralima was a social worker with the Monterey department of social services and The Village Project, Inc, first licensure seeking intern in 2009. She was diagnosed with bipolar disorder as a teen and used her experience to educate others about mental illness as to reduce shame and stigma often associated with having  a mental illness and seeking treatment for it.

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“One small crack does not mean that you are broken, it means that you were put to the test and you didn't fall apart.” — Linda Poindexter.