Our program serves as an opportunity to facilitate the learning and participation of adults and children so they can improve their lives and their community. We offer workshops, panel discussions and lectures that are followed by an interactive discussion. These forums serve an opportunity to increase the public’s understanding and knowledge of mental health and educational issues and solutions.
The goal of our program is to provide prevention and early intervention skills, and reduce stigma and the impact of mental illness and interpersonal distress. This program provides community members with access to on-going, quality training opportunities that help them gain skills, tools, and strategies they can put to work immediately.
Sample topics for adults include balancing marriage and parenthood, parent peer pressure, balancing divorce and being a single parent, selecting schools and obtaining services for special needs children, domestic violence prevention, cover letter and resume development, and interview techniques.
Sample topics for children and adolescents include expressing yourself through music and art, stress reduction, violence prevention, and financial management.
Bookmark this page. Beginning October 2013, this page will serve as a resource for identifying our upcoming events that may be of interest.
Date Time Event (Click title to link to more information)
Wednesday, October 9, 2013 6:30pm – 8:00pm Community Connection – From Confusion to Clarity: Understanding Psychological & Neuropsychological Testing (Cost: Free)