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📣Calling all families, caregivers and adults who interact with children and youth! Take advantage of this FREE skill building course in #MentalHealth101REGISTER HERE www.mentalhealthednys.org/mental-health-and-wellness-101-12-7-202#MentalHealth101 is for everyone! FreeWMHT and Mental Health Association in New York State, Inc. presents Mental Health and Wellness 101Where: Zoom, register here www.mentalhealthednys.org/mental-health-and-wellness-101-12-7-2022/When: December 7th, 2022, 6-7pm ESTWho: Families, caregivers and adults who interact with children and youthWMHT has partnered with MHANYS to provide a platform for training in practical skills for mental health awareness and agency through our "Hiding in Plain Sight" grant. Mental Health and Wellness 101 provides participants with a basic knowledge of mental health, wellness and recovery in an effort to reduce stigma. The training presents mental health as a continuum of wellness and an integral part of our overall health, encouraging treatment seeking behavior and self-care to manage stress. Children and youth are facing unprecedented challenges impacting their mental health and wellness. Families, caregivers and adults interacting with children and youth who want greater knowledge and awareness of how to identify mental health challenges and strategies for early interventions to promote lifelong health and wellness are encouraged to attend. REGISTER HERE www.mentalhealthednys.org/mental-health-and-wellness-101-12-7-202 ... See MoreSee Less
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#getfitessexcounty is back for December! When temperatures drop, get outside and walk! Our challenge this month is Walking in a Winter Wonderland, our walking challenge is to walk 30 minutes each day. Tag us with your winter walk photos. ... See MoreSee Less
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