Understanding Teen Dating Violence

2024-06-04T09:14:47-07:00

Jun 25, 2024 2:00 PM Join Kids Mental Health Pierce County and YWCA Youth Advocate for the June Webinar! Teachers, coaches, school personnel, youth leaders, and other youth-serving professionals play an important role in preventing teen dating violence. In this webinar, we will talk about the risk factors and warning signs of teen dating violence, how to talk to teens about relationships, and the youth worker’s role in promoting healthy teen relationships.

Understanding Teen Dating Violence2024-06-04T09:14:47-07:00

Community Conversation: Navigating a Youth Behavioral Health Crisis

2024-05-08T11:43:26-07:00

May 29, 2024 03:00 PM - 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 example scenarios for community partners.

Community Conversation: Navigating a Youth Behavioral Health Crisis2024-05-08T11:43:26-07:00

Reinvent Recovery: Hope for a healthier tomorrow through harm reduction

2024-05-08T11:45:11-07:00

Thursday, May 23, 3-4:30PM - Join us for a conversation about substance use disorder treatment strategies and resources through a lens of hope, healing, and compassion. - with Jennifer L. Sorensen LMFT, SUDP, Katrina Ray, SUDP and Keith Ask, SUDP-T

Reinvent Recovery: Hope for a healthier tomorrow through harm reduction2024-05-08T11:45:11-07:00

Community Conversation: Where to Go: Behavioral Health Navigation in Pierce County Q&A

2024-05-08T11:39:54-07:00

May 15, 2024 3:00 PM - Behavioral health is just as important as physical health issues, but sometimes it’s not easy to ask for help. Supporting the mental health of children and youth will require a whole-of-society effort to address longstanding challenges, strengthen the resilience of young people, support their families and communities, and mitigate the pandemic’s mental health impacts.

Community Conversation: Where to Go: Behavioral Health Navigation in Pierce County Q&A2024-05-08T11:39:54-07:00

Mental Health Mythbusters: A Conversation About Suicide

2024-05-01T14:51:40-07:00

Thursday, May 9, 3-4:30PM with Carly Kurtz, MSW and Daja Sawyer, LICSW Break down the myths and facts regarding teenage suicidal ideation with us. Community members, caregivers, parents, community partners, and those willing to learn about how to help those who suffer from suicidal thoughts are all welcome.

Mental Health Mythbusters: A Conversation About Suicide2024-05-01T14:51:40-07:00

Mary Bridge: Bridges Center for Grieving Children Webinar Series

2024-05-31T14:40:44-07:00

VIEW THIS ARTICLE TO WATCH VIDEO OF THE ENTIRE SERIES 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 Series2024-05-31T14:40:44-07:00

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
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