Caring for a child with behavioral health needs can be demanding. Take a break. Respite care is short-term care for children ages 6-17. Children with a behavioral health diagnosis are eligible for short-term care.
The Consortium, Inc., University Recovery Center in collaboration with DBHIDS-Mobile Outreach and Recovery Services (MORS), and the EMS Alternative Response Unit (AR-2) will provide a community health outreach intervention on the corner of 52nd and Arch Street in a response to recent increase in Fentanyl Overdoses near 52nd and Arch Street . Interventions * Education on the danger of Fentanyl and other Street Drugs, *Disseminate naloxone and harm reduction information *Linkage to treatment for substance use and mental health treatment
Join EMOC and the Omega Mu Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Incorporated for a special screening of the film, "Trigger," which focuses on the personal stories of those impacted by the traumas of gun violence. This FREE community event is also in partnership with the Links, Jack and Jill, and Boys and Girls Club. Stay for a talkback moderated by DBHIDS Deputy Commissioner, Dr. H. Jean Wright, featuring Philadelphia Police Commissioner, Danielle Outlaw, DBHIDS staff and film participants, Gabriel Bryant and Malik Gray, and film director, Glenn Holsten as panelists. Einstein Behavioral health will be providing behavioral health screenings.
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