This webinar will provide a broad overview of the current state of underage drinking and related prevention efforts. It will include a review of the data on the prevalence of alcohol use and alcohol use patterns, along with data on the adverse effects of underage alcohol use and research on its risk and protective factors. The webinar will also discuss what is known about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on underage alcohol use. Finally, it will provide an overview of Federal underage drinking prevention efforts and the types of evidence-based strategies that prevention professionals can implement. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Summarize the data on the state of underage drinking and its consequences Explain the research on risk and protective factors for engaging in underage drinking Explore what is known and unknown about the impact of COVID-19 Overview Federal prevention efforts Highlight evidence-based prevention strategies and related resources
The City of Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services (DBHIDS) is proud to host the 14th annual Faith and Spiritual Affairs Conference. The theme this year is “Keeping the Faith: Connecting through Quarantine”. The conference will illustrate how faith communities and the City of Philadelphia have partnered to connect and promote togetherness and love throughout our communities’ through unprecedented times.COVID-19 is an ongoing pandemic that has affected many individuals. It has taken a toll on people across the world, our neighbors, communities, friends, family and personal wellness. We are going to look at how the COVID 19 pandemic has impacted the faith of community. How do we keep the faith through, food insecurity, loss of life, gun violence, and racial injustice? The purpose of this conference is to build on the strengths and compassion of Philadelphians to address how Covid-19 has affected our communities and find ways to stay connected. This year’s conference is a reminder that Philadelphia was founded on the notion of love and is a call to renew our faith in one another and our ability to effect change. Speakers and panelists will present on their efforts to respond to the pandemic as both individuals and members of their communities. We invite community members, faith leaders, service providers and all others to partake in [...]
In the last year mental health has become one of the most talked about challenges for American workers and their employers. Even with brighter days ahead, the mental health crisis is here to stay and how employers support their employees will become an employee retention and attraction issue as the economy recovers. In partnership with the American Psychological Association, American City Business Journals is hosting a national conversation on why employers need to support their employee's mental health and how employers can create a supportive culture. This event is on April 29th from 2:00-3:00PM EST.