Mental Health 101: Wellness, Trauma and Resilience
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Time: Nov 10, 2022 03:30 PM
- 05:30 PM
Created in response to the community’s stated priority health need of mental health, this introductory workshop will introduce three topics: mental wellness, trauma, and resilience. You will learn commonly used terms and be provided interactive opportunities to explore what these concepts mean to you and the community, and their implications for health outcomes. In addition, participants will discover mental wellness strategies and educational resources that are available including Community Resilience Model (CRM) and Mental Health First Aid (Youth and Adult).
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