Fourth in the Building Resilience Series
The Learning Community series will continue to focus on Promoting Resilience using a Trauma-Informed Approach, highlighting evidence-based behavioral health programs. Hear about successful approaches to support the behavioral health needs of children and families with a focus upon rural communities.
We have a great line-up of speakers!
Two of the three speakers are remote, and both have programs in rural areas. Carly E. McCord, Ph. D., Director of Telebehavioral Health, Texas A&M Telehealth Counseling Clinic will share information on the Madison County Outreach and Services through Telehealth (MOST) Network. Doty Shepard, Director, Resilient Colorado will describe a collective impact project in Durango County with a focus on suicide prevention. Our on-site speaker, Kim Catanzano from Lincoln Services, will share information on a wraparound program that uses a team approach to serving youth.
When: Thursday, May 16, 2019
Time: Registration and Networking from 9:00-9:30 a.m. Program from 9:30 am – 12:30 p.m.
Where: In-person at Amador County Child Abuse Prevention Center in Jackson, at remote sites in Markleeville, Bishop, and Loyalton, or individually from your personal computer!
Enroll at: https://strategiesca.asentialms.com/catalog/
Please share the attached flyer widely in your networks.