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Two-Part Mental Health First Aid Training Workshop

Two-Part Mental Health First Aid Training Workshop

Event date: Monday, Aug 12, 2019 –
9:30 am to 3:00 pm

Location: NewHolly
Address: New Holly Gathering Hall
7054 32nd Ave S
Seattle, WA

Attendees welcome:
All tenants – SHA housing residents and Housing Choice Voucher holders
Attendee Age: Adult – Age 18 and older

Description:
Trainers from Valley Cities Mental Health will teach attendees to identify and understand common signs of mental illness and substance abuse. They will also coach how to interact with a person in crisis and how to connect them with trained professionals who can help them through this difficult time.

The two-part workshop will take place on Monday, August 12th and Wednesday, August 14th from 9:30am to 3:00pm. You must attend both days.

Training is free for SHA residents and lunch is provided both days.

Contact Ellen Ziontz at (206) 239-1625, eziontz@seattlehousing.org or Dean McBee at (206) 491-7830, deanmcbee1@gmail.com to reserve your spot.

Supporting programs: Valley Cities Mental Health

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Employment and education opportunities the plan for youth homelessness center at Pine and Broadway


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YouthCare was started in 1974, operates 11 sites across the area and focuses on providing emergency response, housing, employment and education services to people ages 12-24. They also run a facility assisting homeless youth who are LGBT, and a facility assisting youth who have been sexually exploited. They typically serve about 1,200 youth per year, Waits said.

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WA State Black Prisoners Caucus Annual Youth Summit 2018

BPC 2018 Annual Youth Summit

January 14, 2018 |

Black Prisoners’ Caucus – Shelton is holding their annual Youth Summit. This summit is organized and facilitated by the BPC – Shelton Youth Committee. This summit is for educators, administrators, service providers and community members working with youth/young adults that want to learn and become a partner in this work. All guests must be pre-approved through a security screening process.

If you are interested in attending please send your Full Name, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, and Last 4 Digits of your social security number to bpcsummit@gmail.com by January 31st.

Please also include a phone number, email address and if you would like

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