Youth Behavioral Health Networking Breakfast

2024-04-12T11:40:25-07:00

MAY 22, 2024 9:00-11:30AM CHENEY STADIUM 2502 S. TYLER STREET, TACOMA, WA 98405 This year's event theme is "Your Voice Matters," which serves as a vital call to empower young minds in the sphere of mental health. The theme "Your Voice Matters" resonates profoundly with us as it emphasizes that every young person's perspective is not only valid but crucial.

Youth Behavioral Health Networking Breakfast2024-04-12T11:40:25-07:00

Light Up Green! May 2024

2024-04-12T11:43:43-07:00

Mental Health Month was started by Mental Health America and has been observed during May since 1949. The purpose of Mental Health Month is to raise awareness, educate the public about mental health conditions, and reduce the stigma that surrounds these conditions. Light Up Green is part of our Mental Health Month campaign in which we ask buildings and structures across the U.S. to light up green (the color for mental health awareness) throughout the month of May.

Light Up Green! May 20242024-04-12T11:43:43-07:00

Mary Bridge: Bridges Center for Grieving Children Webinar Series

2024-04-12T01:52:02-07:00

Description: Children and Teens are faced with the reality of death in their families, neighborhoods, and city at greater rate than ever before. Professionals often find they are desiring of more tools and understanding of how to support the grieving children and families in the community. In this webinar series professionals will be provided with both instructional and experiential content to better equip them to provide a healing relational experience for children and teens who have experienced death.

Mary Bridge: Bridges Center for Grieving Children Webinar Series2024-04-12T01:52:02-07:00

Cultivating Relational Partnerships to Support Marginalized Communities

2024-02-28T16:19:58-08:00

Feb 27, 2024 03:00 PM Join Dr. Ghynecee Temple for this special webinar conversation Relational partnerships center the needs and values of marginalized communities in decision making. As educators, mental health professionals, community organizations, etc., it is important that we shift away from decision making strategies that do not incorporate the voices of our most vulnerable citizens.

Cultivating Relational Partnerships to Support Marginalized Communities2024-02-28T16:19:58-08:00

Pierce County Youth Crisis System Overview

2024-02-17T22:14:46-08:00

WEBINAR: Pierce County Youth Crisis System Overview 1/23/2024 KMHPC in partnership with Mary Bridge, Family Behavioral Health-Catholic Community Services and Seneca Family of Agencies will present information regarding emergency department utilization including high level statistics, accessing youth mobile crisis teams, levels of intervention and examples scenarios for community partners.

Pierce County Youth Crisis System Overview2024-02-17T22:14:46-08:00

Youth Suicide Prevention Training

2023-09-29T08:35:49-07:00

Youth Suicide Prevention Training Sep 25, 2023 02:00 PM This presentation provides an overview of the topic of youth suicide, signs and symptoms, and how caregivers and professionals should respond in times of crisis. The training will dive into the rates of youth suicide, risk factors, and proactive steps to take for prevention.

Youth Suicide Prevention Training2023-09-29T08:35:49-07:00
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