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KMHPC July Webinar: Talking to Kids about Racism and Social Justice

  Wednesday, July 29th from 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM Kids’ Mental Health Pierce County Virtual Webinar Join us for our next virtual panel aimed at understanding and supporting kids … Read more KMHPC July Webinar: Talking to Kids about Racism and Social Justice

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RESEARCH WEEKLY: Two Moms on a Mission for Housing that Heals

  RESEARCH WEEKLY: Two Moms on a Mission for Housing that Heals   By Elizabeth Hancq   Beds are more than just a place to sleep or a unit of psychiatric service capacity. Beds provide … Read more RESEARCH WEEKLY: Two Moms on a Mission for Housing that Heals

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RESEARCH WEEKLY: Role of Law Enforcement in Mental Illness Crisis Response

  RESEARCH WEEKLY: Role of Law Enforcement in Mental Illness Crisis Response   During these unsettling and difficult times, calls for law enforcement reform are echoing throughout the country.   … Read more RESEARCH WEEKLY: Role of Law Enforcement in Mental Illness Crisis Response

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RESEARCH WEEKLY: Recovery Barriers For People With Serious Mental Illness Post-Incarceration

  RESEARCH WEEKLY: Recovery Barriers for People with Serious Mental Illness Post-Incarceration   By: Kelli South   Incarceration complicates and sometimes negatively impacts the recovery prospects for individuals with serious mental illness. … Read more RESEARCH WEEKLY: Recovery Barriers For People With Serious Mental Illness Post-Incarceration

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9-8-8 may be the new suicide prevention hotline

9-8-8 may be the new suicide prevention hotline number after FCC (Federal Communications Commission) votes later this month. Much like 9-1-1 is used for emergencies, 9-8-8 may be the new suicide … Read more 9-8-8 may be the new suicide prevention hotline

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July is Minority Mental Health Awareness Month!

July is Minority Mental Health Awareness Month! Join us as NAMI celebrates all month long on Faceboook! To read more about the month’s founder, Bebe Moore Campbell, click here!

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Learn Parenting Skills and Strategies with the Triple P Parenting Courses

Sign-up for the parenting course that actually works. Balancing work and family while facing stress and uncertainty can be overwhelming. When you reduce stress and anxiety, you can decrease the … Read more Learn Parenting Skills and Strategies with the Triple P Parenting Courses

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In Memory of Brandon Barrick

As a beloved son, brother, friend, and family member, Brandon Cory Barrick is being remembered for the gift he was to many. His journey began December 18, 1990 and he … Read more In Memory of Brandon Barrick

NAMI’s Statement On Recent Racist Incidents and Mental Health Resources for African Americans

NAMI’s Statement On Recent Racist Incidents and Mental Health Resources for African Americans

NAMI.org 5/29/2020 The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) today released the following statement from CEO Daniel H. Gillison, Jr., regarding recent racist incidents across the country and their impact … Read more NAMI’s Statement On Recent Racist Incidents and Mental Health Resources for African Americans

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Share Your Favorite Hero

    “SHARE YOUR FAVORITE HERO”              (open to the community) Was there someone in your life who inspired you?  Do you have a hero or was there someone who … Read more Share Your Favorite Hero