Out of an abundance of caution and for the safety and well-being of our community, North Sound Behavioral Health Administrative Services Organization’s executive leadership has decided that all meetings usually held on-site will, instead, be held virtually.
SEE YOU AT OUR NEXT MEETING!
DadsMove offers a number of online supports and trainings including Anti-Bullying, Dads Focused and Moms Focused Support Groups, and LGBTQ+ Youth Discussion and Awareness.
Check out the following link to their calendar for all the details: https://www.dadsmove.org/upcoming-events/.
Free online training courses for healthcare, crisis, and peer support providers on:
- Suicide Safe Care
- Recommended Care
- DBT skills
- Other courses under development...
Register at: https://www.nowmattersnow.org/get-involved
Partnership for Action, Voices for Empowerment offers various online virtual training courses.
View their training calendar and register at: https://wapave.org/get-help/calendar.
The Communities Project is doing online training on community organizing around preventing substance-related deaths.
For upcoming trainings and webinars, visit https://communitiesproject.org/.
The Parent Leadership Training Institute (PLTI) is a free, civic engagement course that teaches parents and community members to become leaders in their schools and communities. The Institute's classes are held twice a week at Everett Community College. The PLTI is a Project-Based class, so each student develops a community project during the course. Applications are open now!! Classes start on February 22nd!
Classes are held twice a week:
Tuesdays from 6:00 - 8:30 pm
Saturdays from 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
The Institute begins on Saturday, February 22, 2020
PLTI will end on Saturday, May 16, 2020
If you are part of PLTI, your children are eligible to participate at the same time in the new, free Children's Leadership Program for ages 3-12.
This survey will document the support that family members, parents, and adult allies provide for young people with behavioral health needs during the transition years, defined here as 16 to 25 years old. The information provided will help youth- and family-run organizations, policy makers, and service providers better understand and respond to the needs and preferences of young adults and their families.
This survey is intended for particiants who are:
- Family members or other adult allies who provide support to young adults with behavioral health challenges during their transition years, from 16 to 25 years old, OR
- Young adults who are currently at least 18 years old who experienced behavioral health challenges during their transition years and receive or have received support from a family member or other ally.
The survey is voluntary and confidential (PDF) . It will take about 25 minutes to complete.