This is a free, one-day training event for people who care about children, youth, families, and caregivers. This year’s event theme grows out of the foundation’s new strategic direction, which focuses on changing community conditions and the root causes that contribute to poor mental health, especially in communities that have been subjected to bias and discrimination. We will focus on children, transition-age youth and their caregivers, and explore the many ways communities can promote well-being, including mental health in everyday life. We’ll also discuss the value of engaging historically excluded and under-represented groups and how this enriches efforts to partner with communities to develop solutions for well-being.
Breakfast and lunch included.
Space is limited and online registration by Friday, October 18th is requested.
CEUs may be available for professional counselors, marriage and family therapists, social workers, addiction professionals, and peer specialists.