This event is a Music Festival - the artists aim to bring awareness to mental health and mental wellness. PMHC will be the screening partner for the event. This event is also giving back to First Responders in Philadelphia by giving free admission to the first 100 to RSVP.
OPIOIDS: A Breakdown of the Invisible Overdose Crisis in the Black Community DBHIDS watch party and discussion with local activists, community members, and the filmmakers of this powerful short production at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 31 — International Overdose Awareness Day. Join us on Facebook Live @DBHIDS: facebook.com/DBHIDS Watch the trailer Guest speakers include: Richard Patterson Jr., Artist and Filmmaker @whatshisnameson Brandon Chastang, Sober Messenger and Motivator @bmcfly_ Pamela McClenton, Sr. Director of DBHIDS Diversity, Equity & Inclusion @DBHIDS DBHIDS Commissioner Jill Bowen, Ph.D. Tumar Alexander, City of Philadelphia Managing Director * Media will be in attendance at this event and the event will be recorded to allow for future viewing
Storytelling Through Health and Wellness is a training that is facilitated by UrStorytellers and in collaboration with the City of Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services (DBHIDS). This training is one of many training's that has been approved as a required prerequisite for applicants who want to pursue goals of becoming a Certified Peer Specialist. Our goal is to inform the recovery and faith-based communities on how to share their stories in addition to the importance of sharing them in community settings. This 4 hr training is delivered in a power point format, interactive activities also enhance this training. At the conclusion of the training, all participants will receive a certificate of completion.