Category Archives: Education

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  2. Go to http://www.train.org/pa. You will now be on the TRAIN PA homepage.
  3. Log in to TRAIN PA by entering your log in name and password and click
    the “Login” button.
    Find Course and Register
  4. Enter the keyword “PA-EBH” in the Keyword or Course ID field located
    in the upper right-hand portion of the screen.
  5. Click the search icon button. You will be taken to the course search results page.
  6. Click on the name of a course — “PA-EBH: FY21/22 2022 PA CARES
    Training Summit (4.0 Hours) — Virtual”
  7. From the Course Details page, select the registration tab and follow
    the instructions to register for this course.
    PLEASE NOTE: You must check the box to “OPT IN” to receive email, and then verify your
    email address through the automatically generated message when registering in TRAINPA
    in order to receive ZOOM Link, training materials, and any potential changes or information
    related to the May 24 PA CARES program.
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    promote others attending via registration. Persons must be registered to attend

PENNCARES UPCOMING TRAININGS

The next two weeks of May are full of exciting and educational training webinars presented by PennCares. Take a look below at the trainings that will be rounding out the month of May!

For more information and to register, click on each title of the trainings which will take you to its registration page. Visit our website, www.penncares.org often to see the most up-to-date list of trainings.
 
Healthy Thoughts in Older Adulthood: Recognizing & Treating Anxiety & Depression
May 18, 2022 This program is made possible through a grant from the Mechanicsburg Area Community Foundation, a regional Foundation of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities
 
Preparing Families for Raising Grandchildren from Diverse Generational Lenses
(1st of 2 Part Series) May 18, 2022 (1st Session)

Sept. 19, 2022 (2nd Session)This program is made possible through a grant from Greater Harrisburg
 Community Upstream 
 
Family Road Map
(3 Part Series)
Must attend all Sessions to Receive books and Certificate of Attendance May 19, 2022 (1st Session)

July 11, 2022 (2nd Session)

 August 3, 2022 (3rd Session)This program is made possible through a grant from Greater Harrisburg
 Community Upstream 
 
Isolation in Older Adults:
 Managing Adjustments after the Losses of the Pandemic
 
May 24, 2022
This webinar is made possible through a generous grant from the Memorial Health Fund
 
CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS
 
Take a Moment to Breathe: Kids Yoga and Mindfulness ClassesWednesdays – April 27, May 4,
May 18, and May 25, 2022 
This is program is made possible through a grant from the York County Community Foundation
 

Lancaster Chamber News

JOIN US AT THE CHAMBER ON MAY 26TH FOR OUR
WAKE UP TO THE ISSUES PANEL DISCUSSION!
The Lancaster Chamber’s Pro-Business Agenda focuses on workforce policies in three areas: meeting workforce demands, strengthening the future workforce, and expanding workforce opportunities. Similarly, ReadyNation has leveraged the experience, influence, and expertise of business executives to promote public policies and programs that build a stronger workforce and economy. At this Wake Up, attendees will hear from panelists on effective investments in education and students as the future workforce and the impacts those investments can have.
PANELISTS:Dr. Edith Gallagher, Ph.D., School Director, School District of LancasterRobert KrasneCEO, Steinman CommunicationsAdam HoseyChief Equity Officer, YWCA of LancasterSam KreiserCEO, The Dahlia Group at LancLiving Realty, President/Founder, PA Real Estate Anti-Racism CoalitionDonna CooperExecutive Director, Children FirstSteve DosterPA State Director, ReadyNation
LEARN MORE | REGISTER TODAY
Thank you to our Sponsors!
 
BUSINESS IMPACT UPDATE
Important Information for the Pennsylvania Primary on Tuesday, May 17th!
The May 17th primary election is approaching, and if you’re not sure where to vote, the polling place search tool can help.

Enter your address information in the drop-down menus and the tool will locate your polling place. It can also provide directions from your residence to the site.

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Election Day. Mail ballots must be received by your county board of elections by 8 p.m. on Election Day.

To learn more about the Primary Elections in Pennsylvania, click below.
DOWNLOAD READY TO VOTE IN PA GUIDE

Making a Difference in Dementia Care – FREE Education Friday May 13!!

Making a Difference in Dementia Care Our keynote speaker is Author, Caregiver, & Motivational Speaker 
Loretta Woodward Veney. She is speaking about ‘The JOY of Caregiving” 

8:00am Registration, Light Refreshments & Mingle with Community Partners (In-Person)
8:30am- Program will begin
8:30-8:45am– Introduction of Community Partners
8:45-10:00am Dementia Friends Information Session
10:00-10:10am Break
10:10- 11:30am Keynote Speaker
11:30- 12:30am Pannel Discussion  To register call 717-843-1504, email makingadifferenceindementia@gmail.com or  click on the link below! Register Here 
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Age My Way Seminar – Tuesday, May 10, 1 – 2 p.m.

Age My Way Webinar
Tuesday, May 10, 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Cost: $201.0 Social Work CEU available ($15 fee for NASW members; $25 fee for non-NASW members). Those interested in obtaining social work CEUs will be billed directly by NASW
This program is in partnership with the Pennsylvania Association of Senior Centers/White Rose Senior Center.
Description: This training will focus on 4 key areas of health in aging: physical wellness, social wellness, cognitive wellness and emotional wellness. We will look at changes that come with older adulthood and ways to maintain health in these areas, or start and develop new lifestyle habits to support them. We will discuss the impact of ageism in our culture and dispel some myths of aging that it brings, opening the door for confidence to Age My Way!
Objectives:
Identify 4 key areas of health in aging and ways to start or maintain health habits.
Discuss social barriers to engaging health as we age, and ways to reduce their impacts
Register now

Save the Date! HUD/SAMHSA: National Mental Health Awareness Month Webinar Series MAY 2022

Save the Date! HUD/SAMHSA: National Mental Health Awareness Month Webinar Series MAY 2022 each WednesdayThe U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Office of Public and Indian Housing and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) are teaming up to present a series of free webinars this May to celebrate National Mental Health Awareness Month!The webinars will take place each Wednesday in May and will feature leading mental health and housing professionals from SAMHSA and HUD, as well as practitioners from their respective communities. This collaboration will focus on mental health issues that our nation is facing in the post-pandemic world, plus issues specific to HUD’s communitiesUpcoming webinars include:May 4, 2022 1:00 PM ET
Webinar 1: Mental Health 101 – Overview of Mental Health Issues in the Modern World
Access Code: 4670871#May 11, 2022 1:00 PM ET
Webinar 2: 988 – What’s on the Horizon
Access Code 8477433#May 18, 2022 2:00 PM ET
Webinar 3:Get Help – Reducing Stigma Associated with Mental Health
Access Code: 5955873#May 25, 2022 2:00 PM ET
Webinar 4: Now What? – Mental Health Issues in Post-COVID America
Access Code: 6268721#Save the Date for National Prevention Week and SAMHSA’s Prevention Day 2022!National Prevention Week (NPW), May 8–14, is a national public education platform bringing together communities and organizations to raise awareness about the importance of substance use prevention and positive mental health.
SAMHSA’s Prevention Day will take place on Monday, May 9, and it will be delivered virtually through an interactive online conference platform.NPW Daily Themes
Each year, NPW includes daily themes to focus on major substance use and mental health topics. The 2022 daily themes are:May 9: Strengthening Community Resilience: Substance Misuse and Overdose Prevention
May 10: Preventing Substance Use and Promoting Mental Health in Youth
May 11: Preventing Suicide: Everyone Plays a Role
May 12: The Talent Pipeline: Enhancing the Prevention Workforce
May 13: Prevention is Everywhere: Highlighting Efforts Across Settings and Communities
May 14: Celebrating Prevention HeroesPrevention Challenge
This year, SAMHSA is creating a new way to participate in NPW through #MyPreventionStory.
Leading up to NPW, SAMHSA encourages everyone to create and share a prevention story on social media—whether it’s telling how they are helping to prevent substance use or sharing the ways they’re promoting mental health during COVID-19. Take the challenge and be a part of the national conversation about how prevention works!For more information about NPW 2022, including resources to help you raise awareness and plan activities in your community, visit the SAMHSA website or send questions or requests to SAMHSA’s NPW Coordinator David Wilson at david.wilson@samhsa.hhs.gov.
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STATEWIDE COMMUNITY SUPPORT PROGRAM MEETING


June 2, 2022 In-Person OR Virtual on Zoom!! 9 am to 12 pm
June 2, 2022 | 9am to 12pm
Two Attendance Options – Virtual On Zoom
Or In-Person @
Pennsylvania Training &
Technical Assistance Network (PaTTAN)
6340 Flank Dr.
Harrisburg, PA. 17112Please join us for a meeting designated to connect everything CSP in Pennsylvania.
PMHCA and the four Regional CSPs are working together to initiate and facilitate this meeting as a way to recreate communication pathways and reconnect after the difficult years during the COVID pandemic.We need to know how many individuals intend to log in so we can ensure enough spaces are available.Please register each person separately if they will be logging into Zoom individually.If you are attending virtually with a group at one location with one login, please only register once.REGISTER HERE
Statewide CPS Meeting Flyer.
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Upcoming Free Trainings offered by WellSpan Philhaven:

1)       Thursday, May 12, 2022 @ 8:30 am – Virtual Classroom

QPR Suicide Prevention Training (Question Persuade Refer Suicide Prevention Training)

2)      Thursday, May 19, 2022 @ 9:00 AM – Virtual Classroom

Trauma 101 & 102 Training

3)      Thursday, May 19, 2022 @ 2:00 PM – Virtual Classroom

Trauma 105:  intro to Trauma for Parents and Caregivers

4)      Wednesday, June 1, 2022 @ 9:00 AM – Virtual Classroom

QPR Suicide Prevention Training (Question Persuade Refer Suicide Prevention Training)

5)      Saturday, June 11, 2022 @ 8:30 AM – Virtual Classroom

Trauma 101 & 102 Training

To obtain additional information or to register please visit:

https://www.wellspanphilhaven.org/events

Apply for Mental Health First Aid USA Doctoral Student Grants

The National Council for Mental Wellbeing is proud to announce applications are open for the 2022 Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) USA Doctoral Student Grants. These grants represent a commitment by the National Council to grow the research behind and evaluation of all MHFA programs. Each year, the grant provides a one-time award of $5,000 to four outstanding full-time doctoral students who demonstrate significant potential as researchers in their fields of study and who are interested in evaluating the outcomes of MHFA trainings in the U.S.

The application for this year’s grants is due May 27, 2022. If you know a student who might be interested in this opportunity, please pass this message along. 

Learn More about the MHFA Doctoral Student Grants:

MHFA is an evidence-based training course that teaches participants to recognize and respond to signs and symptoms of mental health and substance use challenges and crises. Participants learn risk factors and warning signs for mental health and substance use challenges, strategies for helping someone in crisis and non-crisis situations, and where to turn for help. The program is built on a strong foundation of international research. The National Council has trained more than 2.7 million people nationwide, in all 50 states and U.S. territories such as Puerto Rico and Guam.

Qualified grant applicants will:

  • Be full-time doctoral student pursuing a degree in psychology, public health, or related field of study.
  • Have previous evaluation experience and demonstrated ability to document findings through publications and/or presentations.
  • Have documented experience with MHFA (e.g., as an MHFA Instructor or Coordinator) and/or strong interest in MHFA.

Understanding & Supporting Children with Complex Emotional & Sensory Needs: A TRAINING PROGRAM