Announcing The Directing Change Program & Film Contest November’s Hope & Justice prompt: “Mental Health Heroes.”
Who is your mental health hero? Take time to reflect on someone who has inspired you, supported you or used their influence for good and create a piece that shows gratitude for them. Accepting all art forms, including films, written work, visual art, and more from California youth ages 12-25. Submit by November 30th for a chance to win up to $300 in gift cards!
Visit hopeandjustice.directingchange.org/ to get started.
Our hearts go out to Colorado Springs and LGBTQ+ people nationwide who have been impacted by violence. We stand with LGBTQ+ youth & young adults, LGBTQ+ parents & caregivers, their families, & allies. We invite you to use & share these resources.
Resources for schools: How to talk to students about Club Q: tinyurl.com/EdWeek-ClubQ Supporting youth: loom.ly/Jws0XIE Model policies: loom.ly/UBw8hmI Gender-affirming policies: tinyurl.com/SRCD-policy
Resources for community members in CO & beyond: Mass violence resources: tinyurl.com/NCTSN-mass Colorado crisis resources: tinyurl.com/CO-crisis-resources Inside Out Youth Services in CO Springs: insideoutys.org ... See MoreSee Less
Join the Pacific Southwest MHTTC team for a 2-part workshop series to explore how to utilize our no-cost "Fostering Grief Ready Workplaces" starter kit.
As family and friends gather during the holidays, the absence of someone who died can be particularly distressing. By exploring the Starter Kit, you can become better equipped to respond to others in the workplace and to cultivate a grief-sensitive culture.
Join us on Nov. 30 for the first session of "Aging Out or Growing Together?: Flipping the Youth Services Paradigm to Better Support Young Adulthood."
This 5-part learning series is designed for those that serve #TransitionAge Youth & #YoungAdults. We will examine how our strategies & program design might expand to support the holistic needs of this age group.
Join us for a 3-part series meant to increase school leaders’ health equity literacy!
Come explore the National Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) Standards, a set of 15 action steps intended to help eliminate health care disparities. Together, we will examine how the CLAS Standards can enhance your school mental health efforts!
We are hosting virtual sessions to hear directly from county behavioral health staff, community program staff, & those with lived experience on issues related to the crisis continuum, justice diversion, housing, & community engagement.
Through these sessions, we want to learn more about current system challenges and innovative solutions. Your feedback is vital!
During November, Native American Heritage Month offers the opportunity to recognize and celebrate the many different Indigenous peoples and cultures throughout North America. It is a month all about learning (and unlearning), celebrating, and honoring Indigenous people, their history, and their presence today, and their ancestral land which we still occupy under settler colonialism. As we honor Native Americans’ ongoing traditions, contributions, and presence, the NTTAC Team also wants to highlight a range of culturally rooted, culturally responsive resources designed to support the health and well-being of Indigenous people and do our part to work towards decolonization.
It is important to acknowledge that we live on stolen land and to learn more about the communities that once inhabited—and still inhabit—your area. However, reconciliation takes action, not just acknowledgement, so please use the information and resources that we've curated to help Native children, youth, and families thrive!
This Veterans Day, the CARE TA Center honors those who have served in the armed forces. You can support Veterans in your community by learning about military culture & how it relates to behavioral health. Check out our webinar, Veteran-Involved Critical Incidents: Achieving the Best Possible Outcome: bit.ly/VetOutcomes #veterans... See MoreSee Less