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.
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.
A Community-Centered Approach to Youth Violence in Pierce County Dec 14, 2023 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Reframing Weight Inclusive Care: The Impact and Resources to Support Our Youth Nov 28, 2023 02:00 PM
Emotion-Focused Family Therapy for Eating Disorder Treatment Nov 15, 2023
Resource Highlight: MultiCare Behavioral Health Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program Aug 29, 2023 03:00 PM Join Medical Director Dr. Lucas McIntyre and social worker Nicole Nicols, LSWAIC to discuss new adolescent partial hospitalization program.
Certified Peer Support Programs - July 26, 2023 - Learn about certified peer counseling, requirements to become certified, employment opportunities and programs in Pierce County!
Pierce County Youth Behavioral Health System Overview May 24, 2023 03:00 PM May is Mental Health Awareness Month. For Mental Health Month this year, Mental Health America and Kids Mental Health Pierce County (KMHPC) are encouraging individuals to look around and look within.
How We Are Linking Arms to Support the Needs of Kids and Families Across WA: Youth Behavioral Health Navigator Program How We Are Linking Arms to Support the Needs of Kids and Families Across WA: Youth Behavioral Health Navigator Program Behavioral health crises come in many forms, and most do