LGBTQ+ Training

This 6-hour training will enhance your comprehension and understanding of LGBTQ+ issues, including and not limited to terminology, overall stigmas and issues, solidarity models, and power dynamics. This course can be applied to CPS. To qualify for this scholarship funded training, you must: (a) Be a Philadelphia resident; (b) Identify as a Peer or person with lived experience. Space is limited and qualifying participants will be selected on a first come first served basis. Sponsored by DBHIDS

WRAP II: Facilitators Training at Mental Health Partnerships

WRAP 2 Facilitator is a 30 hour training building on the foundations of Wellness Recovery Action Plan. It will teach participants to facilitate WRAP groups and work with others to develop their own WRAP. WRAP 2 Facilitator's Training will be held in-person at: Mental Health Partnerships 833 Chestnut Street Suite 1100 Philadelphia, PA 19107 This course has a registration cap that will be determined on a first come, first serve basis. To register for the course, please visit Mental Heath Partnership's website at:

Behavioral Health Screening through Casa De Consejeria

Casa De Consejeria will be providing Behavioral Health Screenings on Saturday 4-23-22 from 10am until 3pm. We will be joining “We are One Outreach Ministry” to assist the community with obtaining needed resources at McPherson Square, 601 Indiana Ave, Philadelphia Pa. 19134. Behavioral Health Screenings, Spiritual uplifting, potential immediate access to drug and alcohol treatment, information on mental health supports, food, haircuts and so much more offered by our community on this day.

2023-07-18T08:12:30-04:00July 18th, 2023|, , , , |

Taking PRIDE in Our Grief: Exploring Grief, Substance Use & Loss in LGBTQ+ Community

This Pride month, we would like to acknowledge the grief that can often accompany the joy of honoring one’s gender and sexual identity. While being a part of the LGBTQ+ community can bring freedom, connection and acceptance, one also faces social stigma, discrimination, shame and increased violence. Statistics collected from the National Institute on Drug Abuse indicate that LGBTQ+ folks are at roughly twice the risk of developing a substance use disorder as their cis, heterosexual counterparts. It is also more difficult to openly grieve a loss or practically honor [...]

2023-07-14T15:19:05-04:00July 14th, 2023|, , , |
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