The Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Group is a group to help loss survivors cope, connect, and work toward healing. Trained group facilitators are suicide loss survivors who know firsthand how difficult it can be to find your way after losing someone to suicide. The group is open to anyone 18 years or older who is grieving a loss due to suicide. The group is free, confidential, and meets the second Wednesday of each month. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org COVID19 Update: We want to prioritize your health and safety while still offering our support in your grief. In response to the social distancing guidance from the Center for Disease Control, we will host support groups online and by phone. Third Thursday of each month, 7pm (previously held at DBHIDS) Join the Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 963 7635 2520 Password: 1234 Dial In: 646-876-9923 and enter Meeting ID: 96376352520#
In partnership with LIFEWTR, Philadelphia-based wellness artist Shanina Dionna presents her 1st film & largest painting about mental health. "show up (pt.2)" is a mental health project featuring 13 sacred narratives from local Pennsylvania residents. In conversation with Greater Philadelphia-based visual and performing wellness artist, shanina dionna, the dialogues span the perspectives and experiences of musicians, curators, influencers, painters, family and a licensed therapist. * Free mental health screenings and resources will be provided by the Department of Behavioral Health & Intellectual disAbility Services during the exhibition. Note: No one will be diagnosed and all information is confidential. ** This event is presented by the LIFEWTR Life Unseen campaign.
In response to COVID-19, the Substance Use Prevention & Harm Reduction Division (SUPHR) will be offering a live virtual overdose awareness and reversal training that will cover the basics of reversing an opioid overdose and additional COVID-19 risk reduction tips. Those who register & provide a shipping address can receive Narcan mailed to them after the training. If you have health insurance or are a well-resourced person, please consider paying for naloxone on your own, as this allows us to reserve our supply for those in our community who have the least access.
The largest free trans-specific health conference in the world. The Philadelphia Trans Wellness Conference is a community-lead, community-focussed space to educate and empower the trans community alongside providers and allies alike on all things health and wellness.The conference aims to create an accessible, safe, and affirming environment for the trans community, recognizing the intersections with race, sexuality, disability, neurodiversity, religion, and class. For the first time, in response to the impact of the Pandemic, the PTWC will be held virtually. The mission of PTWC in the largest sense is to empower trans individuals on issues of health and well-being. The PTWC also recognizes the need for expertise surrounding trans health & wellness to rise from within the community, rather than be paternalistically granted to us from cis-lead organizations. Simultaneously the conference aims to educate allies and health service providers, and facilitate networking, community-building, and systemic change. We strive to create an accessible and respectful environment that is inclusive of diverse identities and expressions.