National Minority Health Month April 2017: Bridging Health Equity Across Communities

During National Minority Health Month, the Office of Mental Health will join with its partners in raising awareness about efforts across health, education, justice, housing, transportation, and employment sectors to address the factors known as the social determinants of health-environmental, social, and economic conditions that impact health. Visit the OMH website to learn more about the National Minority Health Month and sign up for the National Minority Health Month topic on its email list to be notified about the new tools and resources to support #NMHM17 events and programs.

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Webinar: What To Do (and not do) When Children Are Anxious

Caregivers play a vital role in helping a child manage anxiety. Sometimes it’s hard to know what to say and do when a child is anxious. This NIMH webinar will offer the practical strategies to help caregivers and children break the cycle of anxiety. Participants will learn how to present important concepts about the nature and causes of anxiety, effective ways to change unhelpful thinking, how to face feared situations in a gradual, manageable way, and how to identify and change the cycle of accommodating anxiety within the family.

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Register for the April 2017 Palmetto Coordinated System of Care Webinar Series!

It’s time to register for the April 2017 Palmetto Coordinated System of Care Monthly Webinar Series- hosted by Family Connection of SC!

This webinar, High Fidelity Wraparound: Leveling the Playing Field for Families, will be held Tuesday, April 4th at 10 a.m. This exciting webinar will explain how High Fidelity Wraparound fits into the Palmetto Coordinated System of Care and how the Continuum of Care uses the wraparound care coordination process to better engage and encourage families as they learn to build a supportive team and address the unmet needs that may be causing a risk of out of home placement. The presentation will last about an hour, with plenty of time at the end for any questions.

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