Mental Health Screenings at the Farm Stand

Lutheran Settlement House 1340 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia

Join us at Lutheran Settlement House's outdoor Farm Stand and food pantry! We'll be doing mental health screenings and providing resources and support at the outdoor stand. If it rains, we'll move inside, no worries! Come join us. There will be a food pantry open to all - you don't need to be a member of Lutheran Settlement House - just bring your bag and fill it up with delicious produce and pantry staples. We can't wait to see you!

Free

PATH Wellness Screenings at District Health Center #10

2230 Cottman Avenue 2230 Cottman Avenue- District Health Center #10, Philadelphia

PATH Inc. will be at DHC #10 with resources, information and giveaways as well as the ability to complete wellness screenings on site for anyone interested.

Free

Mental Health Resource Fair

Friends Hospital 4641 Roosevelt Blvd., Scattergood Building, Philadelphia

There will be resource tables, giveaways, self care booths, the Letters of Hope Tent and NAMIWALKS Philly Registration. Philadelphia Fight and NECCBH will be providing Behavioral Health Screenings and resources.

Free

SDP Mental Health Resources Fair

Philadelphia School District 440 N. Broad Street, Main floor, Philadelphia

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. As the school year comes to a close, and we think about the last few years and all that has occurred, it is important that we take time to reflect and assess our own level of self-care and mental health needs. On May 26th, from 2 pm to 6pm in the Atrium at 440, we The School District of Philadelphia will have a Mental Health Resources Fair. This event is an opportunity for our district community, staff and students to learn about Mental Health Resources that are available in our city by visiting tables staffed by our partners, while also enjoying games, prizes and music. The hope is that this collaborative event will leave guests feeling uplifted and informed with resources that they can utilize themselves and/or take back to their peers, colleagues and schools. The Children's Crisis Treatment Center (CCTC) will be present at this event and will have a table with information for children and families regarding mental health services provided for children as young as 18-months of age through 13 years of age. CCTC will have clinical staff present to conduct Behavioral Health Screenings to help determine of evaluation for mental health services would be appropriate.

Free
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