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Kids' Day at the Capitol! Save the Date!

The Office of Child Abuse Prevention (OCAP) is proud to be partnering with The Child Abuse Prevention Center to host Kids' Day at the Capitol on April 11, 2019 ! This will be a fun-filled, educational event with balloon artists, face painting, and resources for parents and caregivers. Please see the attachment or visit sources/OCAP/CAP-Month for more information. Also presenting the 1st Annual Child Abuse Prevention Month: Kids' Art Contest. The Contest is open...

Basic Mediation Skills Training

Whether you want the skills to be a YCRC mediator or are looking to sharpen your communication skills for work, our 33-hour training is an opportunity to learn, practice, and receive feedback on different techniques for addressing conflict. This training includes lectures, discussions, communication skills exercises, and mediation process role-plays. For further details on this training and to download our application form, please visit d.html on our website.

Colusa County FREE training: CSEC 102 engagement skills training

Nola Brantley Speaks has partnered with the California Department of Social Services to offer a 2-day Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) 102 engagement skills training. If you are working directly with youth, it will equip you with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to better engage youth at-risk of becoming involved in CSEC, and help you learn strategies for helping CSEC survivors see themselves as more than a survivor. If you are not working directly with youth, this...

WORKSHOP -Grief Weavings: Integrating Cognition and Memory into a Meaningful Story

Join us on Dec 1st with Peggy Gulshen, LMFT and Certified Art Therapist DATE: Saturday, December 1 , 2018 TIME: 9am-12noon LOCATION: Unitarian Church in Davis, 27074 Patwin Rd, Davis, CA 95616 COST: 3 hours for 3 CEUs. The cost is $40 for non-members, $25 for YSCAMFT members. This workshop introduces the grief weaving art modality, developed for use with bereaved persons. Based on grief theory and brain studies, the project promotes a kinetic crossover of cognitive memory with emotional...

Nurturing Your Resilience Network Celebration was very festive

Thank you to all who attended our Nurturing Celebration on Thursday 12/8/16. There was relaxing & rejuvenating yoga, lots of great drinks and food (including a wonderful chocolate fountain) and, most important, plenty of time to visit and share with friends. Special THANKS go out to: Lindsey for leading us in a wonderful yoga class. If you're in Woodland be sure to check out her new studio @ 1059 Court St, Suite 119 or on the web at Tracy for hosting the event...

Nurturing Your Resilience Network

All Yolo Resilience Network members, family, friends and community members are invited for a year end celebration of 2016 and preview of 2017. The new Yolo Welltopia resource website will be introduced and much more. Enjoy a relaxing and invigorating mindfulness yoga stretch, wine, eggnog, snacks and more. Thursday, December 8, from 3:30 - 6:30 CASA Office, 725 Main St, Woodland

Sacramento Minority Youth Violence Prevention (SMYVP) Collective

Health Education Council's 25th Anniversary Celebration 2016 marks HEC's 25th year of promoting health and prioritizing prevention throughout underserved communities. Help us celebrate by joining us for our 25th Anniversary Celebration! Thursday, October 13th 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm Yolo Brewing Company Guests will enjoy farm-fresh food, local libations and live music all while making it possible for the Health Education Council to continue to improve the health and vitality of underserved...

Domestic Violence Awareness Month - In Oct THINK PURPLE!

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Join Empower Yolo for its Paint Yolo Purple Campaign Month of Action! For full calendar of events go to: Or see the attachment. The first event is this weekend, Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016 @ 2pm. SEVEN: the play, a benefit for Empower Yolo. Winters Theatre Company is presenting six performances of Seven: the Play (September 30th-October 9th) at the Winters Community Center and has chosen Empower Yolo as beneficiary of...

Program shows teachers how to see signs of childhood trauma []

When a child is acting out or not paying attention in school, it might not be because he or she is misbehaving. It might be because a parent was arrested the previous night. Teachers don't always know about the traumatic events a child experiences at home, but a new program being organized in Mercer County could give teachers notice when one of their students need to be handled with care. Andrea Darr, director of the West Virginia Center for Children's Justice spoke May 6 at Mercer County...

Workshop in Oakland, CA: Adverse Childhood Experiences: Health and Mental Health Consequences

Drs.   Vincent Felitti and John Preston will do a presentation about ACEs from 1-5 pm, Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2016, at Kaiser Center Auditorium, 300 Lakeside Drive, 2nd floor, in Oakland, CA. The course is sponsored by the Kaiser Permanente Northern California Mental Health Training Program. This is the course description: [The workshop organizers say that this workshop is not limited to licensed professionals, but anyone who is interested. Seats are limited, and...

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