Depression Screening

Free Library of Philadelphia - Parkway Central Library 1901 Vine St, Philadelphia

Depression Screening provided by CATCH at Central Public Service Department Staff Development Day

Free

Hardena Mural Dedication + Block Party

Hardena 1754 S Hicks St., Philadelphia

A block party and mural dedication. Food vendors, music, performances, and resources from. Mural dedication remarks at 1PM. Possibly a speech by the mayor. The block party will take place along Mole St between S Hicks and S Mole St. View the flyer.

A Live Movement Therapy Session [Virtual]

Online https://forms.gle/vVPL2AQF2cGz3bTS6, Philadelphia

A live, guided movement therapy session Date & Time: Sunday, November 14th - 06:00 - 07:30 PM EST. 6:00-6:15 PM Welcome & Settle In 6:15-:715 PM Breath, Asana & Meditation Practice 7:15-7:30 PM Optional Community Sharing & Connecting No prior yoga experience required. This is not a fast paced vinyasa yoga session, rather a 60-minute slow and deliberate yoga session to support your physical, emotional and mental wellness. No fancy yoga clothes required; wear what is most comfortable for you to stretch and move in. If you have a yoga mat and/or props, you’re welcome to include them in your practice, but it is not required. All are welcome. Personal video and audio optional. Register via the link below. I will then reach-out via email with an informed consent. You will receive the online waiting room link the morning of our session. https://www.jessicapavelkacounseling.com/upcoming-events/a-live-movement-therapy-session I look forward to connecting with you on this special Sunday!

$15.00

Overdose Awareness and Reversal Training

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.

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