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THANK YOU - RURAL MARYLAND COUNCIL - FOR AWARDING US A GRANT SUPPORTING COMMUNITY AND WORKFORCE TRAININGS ON THE EASTERN SHORE!
BEYOND POVERTY: BRAIN INSPIRED RESPONSES TO POVERTY
Presented by: Emily Moody, MSW,
October 27, 2017
9:00AM - 12:15PM
Cambridge Police Department,
Linking Mental Health to Academic Success: Cultivating Healthy Communities
Fri Nov 17th 9:00am (Registration begins at 8:30am)
Price: $60.00 - 5CEUs, 8 breakout sessions will be offered after lunch
Keynote: Joyce Sebian MS. Ed.
Tipping Point: Getting to Wide Scale Adoption of Quality Comprehensive School Mental Health - A Public Health Issues
TRAININGS COMING THIS FALL!
Regional Professional and Community Training Needs Survey
Over the past several years, many of you have helped us to define our region’s training needs by responding to a brief annual survey. From the results of these surveys, we have been able to host a series of trainings on topics important to you.
Again this year, we hope to address some of the top community educational needs by bringing qualified trainers to the Eastern Shore at a low cost to participants
OCTOBER 27 - BEYOND POVERTY - BRAIN INSPIRED RESPONSES TO POVERTY - CAMBRIDGE, MD 9:00AM - 12:15PM
MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
HOW CAN WE HELP?
The Mental Health Association of the Eastern Shore (MHAES) is a non-profit organization that promotes mental wellness and behavioral health with education and advocacy. Click here to learn more about our organization!