Give Back Day (Temple College of Public Health)

Bethel Presbyterian Church 1900 York Street, Philadelphia

Join the Department of Kinesiology and the College of Public Health for our 1st Annual ‘Give Back’ Day in North Philadelphia. Join the Department of Kinesiology and the College of Public Health for our 1st Annual ‘Give Back’ Day in North Philadelphia. This is an opportunity to get involved in North Philadelphia and give back to our local community. For this 1st Give Back Day, we are fortunate to partner with the Bethel Presbyterian Church (1900 York Street). The Bethel Presbyterian Church was started in 1947 by Reverend Robert Lee Maffett, Sr. with the mission of working and supporting the local community. Through the years, Bethel has distributed clothes and food to those in need, provided educational assistance to the youth through tutoring and after school meals and support, and distributed home-cooked meals for the homeless, seniors that are homebound, and those who are unable to cook. Bethel has a Senior Ministry that provides elderly with resources, food boxes, monthly meetings and home delivered food, counseled those suffering with alcohol and drug abuse, and supported individuals suffering with mental health issues. There is also a summer reading program and summer camp for the youth in the community. Throughout 2020, Bethel remained open and continued to work with the community bringing their events to the streets outside of the church.

Controlling Images

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A virtual group to discuss the specific roles/identities society has regulated Black women to fit which often results in harmful outcomes. Identify coping mechanisms and process emotions regarding this issue in a group setting Open for Women of Color Led by Dr. Ebony White and Dr. Sam Ware 3/22/2021 session has been cancelled. Group will resume next week as scheduled.

Free

Opioid Overdose Prevention and Narcan Rescue

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This training will cover Opioid 101 and Narcan Rescue, the impact efforts to the Opioid epidemic nationally & locally, the city’s efforts to combat the epidemic. It will describe different types of Opioids medically prescribed & non prescribed, identify overdose risk factors, the laws that govern the ability to help someone in distress, signs and symptoms of an Opioid overdose, what Narcan is and how to administer it. Learning Objectives: • Define how Narcan works • Identify different types of Opioids • Recognize signs and symptoms of an Opioid overdose • Understand Overdose Reversal steps • Understand how to obtain Narcan Registration Deadline: April 14, 2021

Holding Pain and Prospering

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A group to discuss various types of trauma and ways we can carry it as we move forward Led by Dr. Ebony White and Dr. Sam Ware Open to everyone

Free
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