Your input is needed!
I was asked to obtain feedback from our network.
The Administration is working on improving the behavioral health (mental and substance abuse) system. We would like your informal input on the question below:
What is your biggest challenge with the behavioral health system involving older adults?
Please respond as soon as possible but no later than the end of the week to email@example.com
Your voice matters! Your input is valued and appreciated!
Nicki Habecker M.Ed. ADRC Link Coordinator SA 13
2144 Weavertown Rd. Douglassville, PA 19518
Working together, we make the difference!
April 20 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
We invite you to participate in a Recovery Simulation on April 20 at 1 PM at Easy Does It, Inc in Leesport. Fill out the form below to volunteer or participate.
What is a Recovery Simulation?
A Recovery Simulation is an event that helps participants experience and better understand the many challenges faced by those in early recovery from substance use disorder.
How it Works?
- It is a three-hour event involving about 40 participants
- Participants are given a “Life Card” representing a person in early recovery.
- They must then complete all the tasks on the card by visiting tables manned by volunteers.
- Tasks may include: Appearing in court, meeting with a probation officer, applying for social services, visiting a career center, working odd jobs, borrowing money, relying on public transportation, etc.
- Following the simulation, participants will have the opportunity to discuss their experiences.
Who Should Attend?
- Criminal justice and human services professionals
- Educators and school administrators
- College students in a related field
- Legislators and faith-based leaders
- Anyone wishing to understand the challenges of early recovery
Want to join us?
Fill out the form below and let us know if you’d like to join as a participant or a volunteer, responsible for running a table. We’d also love your help recruiting participants! For more information please contact Jackie Steed at firstname.lastname@example.org; (610)376-8669 ext 107.
REFERRAL OR INQUIRY? CONTACT ADMISSIONS AT 1.800.854.3123
KidsPeace Clinical Café – Zoom Webinar
Understanding the Impact of Domestic Violence
Wednesday, February 22nd, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM (EST)
Webinar Event – Training is FREE
(continuing education credits are available)
KidsPeace, with co-sponsor NASW-PA Chapter, invites you to the February Clinical Café webinar available on Zoom. Join us to discuss the impacts of domestic violence and intimate partner abuse, and how this affects different populations.
Presenter Melissa Grimmer, Turning Point of Lehigh Valley Medical Advocate, will define intimate partner abuse, the frequency which it occurs and how to deliver resources in a trauma-informed manner to patients that are experiencing domestic abuse.
Please see the attached flyer for webinar event details, including the link to register. If you have a co-worker, other professional, or anyone that may benefit from the training, please share.
I have also included the link to register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/turning-point-tickets-514951743527. The deadline to register is February 17th, 2023.
|Fellow Senior Advocates, |
You are invited to attend the February 8th BEN Meeting. Holisticare Hospice will be our host.
The RSVP deadline is Friday February 3rd and RSVP’s go directly to Allison Heller, Program Director AllisonHeller@holisticarehospice.org. Host address: 1150 Berkshire Blvd, Suite 209 (2nd floor) Wyomissing, PA 19610 Masks are required Speaker: Holisticare’s Pauline Broberg-Lewin AARL Method; Making Music with the Dying. Breakfast & refreshments at 8am. Meeting starts at 8:15 AM
|Jennifer Teller, Owner & CEO Comfort Keepers email@example.com 610-678-8000 referrals 484-824-1084 Direct|
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This webinar is Presented by PennCares and Bellomo & Associates
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Audio is available either
by computer or phone
The link to the webinar will be sent to you within 48 hours
2.0 Social Work CEUs Pending Approval*
Sometimes, estate planning involves protecting our beneficiaries either from themselves, future creditors or protecting them so that they do not lose any government benefits that they would be receiving at the time they would inherit. An effective way to offer this protection is through a special needs trust. In this training you will learn how to protect those with disabilities to ensure they do not lose any support or benefits when their caretaker dies.
Objectives Learn about the two types of special needs trusts Learn how to protect beneficiaries either from themselves, future creditors or protecting them so that they do not lose any government benefits that they would be receiving at the time they would inherit CEUs* “Pending approval from NASW-PA Chapter to be a co-sponsor of this workshop. NASW has been designated as a pre-approved provider of professional continuing education for social workers (Section 47.36), Marriage and Family Therapist (Section 48.36) and Professional Counselors (Section 49.36) by the PA State Board of Social Workers, Marriage & Family Therapists and Professional Counselors.”
Wednesday, February 8
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