ALBANY — As the old adage goes: “If you’re not a part of the solution, then you are a part of the problem.”

With that in mind, Turner Job Corps Center is seeking to be a part of offering solutions to some of the many problems posed by the pandemic that our world has been experiencing for more than a year now.

TJCC is collaborating with its partner, Albany Area Primary Healthcare, to co-host, “Dealing: Controlling What You Can During COVID-19 And Other Crises,” an informational resource conference at its first Community Relations Council meeting of 2021 March 18, from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. During the meeting, TJCC officials will also honor some of the center’s local front-line champions.

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The conference will be on the Web Ex Virtual platform with community and industry leaders offering insight on topics such as :

♦ COVID care and curious questions;

♦ General physical health, mental Health and recovery insight/well-being The Change Center;

♦ Home and family health, financial health Evelyn Ross;

♦ Business well-being, professional/educational health aces;

♦ Community hero awards.

♦ To participate in the virtual conference:

♦ Join by meeting number (access code): 120 824 8685

♦ Meeting password: 9eVXbvm2j2n

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♦ Join by phone +1-408-418-9388 United States Toll

♦ Join from a video system or application: Dial

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