Join Deidra Burke, Youth & Young Adult Program Manager, and Kody Morris from NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Washington to discuss how school staff and youth organizational staff can approach youth who are showing symptoms of a mental health condition and how to work with their families.
The pair lead “Ending the Silence for Staff,” a special meeting set for 10-11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, April 4.
Join Zoom Meeting at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89928194489?pwd=Nmx4NkZ2eVpZbldNYk9tY2k4YUJNZz09 (meeting ID 899 2819 4489, passcode HOPE).
The presentation, organizers say, is an evidence-based presentation that will also include the warning signs of mental health conditions and suicide, facts and statistics and lived experiences.
Attendees may receive one clock hour from Continuing Education for attending the presentation; to request the clock hour or for more information, contact Burke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
View the Clallam Resilience Project Community Meeting webpage for upcoming meeting information and past meeting minutes/resources/more at unitedwayclallam.org/clallam-resilience-project/our-path/meetings.
Learn more about youth programming at NAMI Washington at namiwa.org/youth-programming.