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February 22, 2019 | 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
The California Community Colleges Student Mental Health Program, in partnership with East LA College, is offering the The LGBTQ Academy at the Out Alliance SafeZone Train-TheTrainer Certification Program.
February 19, 2019 | 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
The California Community Colleges Student Mental Health Program, in partnership with College of the Canyons, is offering the The LGBTQ Academy at the Out Alliance SafeZone Train-The-Trainer Certification Program.
Build and lead within an intersectional movement for equity and justice
Since 2007, Campus Pride has offered Camp Pride, the leading national summer institute for LGBTQ and ally college students, to build social justice and leadership skills – and friendships among queer and ally youth that will last a lifetime.
Looking for student mental health leaders
Do you know any college students who are raising awareness about mental health on their campus? Please encourage them to apply for JED’s Student Voice of Mental Health Award by our new deadline: Friday, March 1. The honoree receives: A $3,000 cash scholarship, recognition on The Jed Foundation’s website, and a trip to NYC to accept the award at JED’s Annual Gala on June 5.
Save the Date! Spring 2019 Conference on April 11-12 at Chabot College
The MHWA Board is busy finalizing details for Spring 2019 Conference at Chabot College. More information and registration info will be posted on MHWA website.
The Scholarship Opportunity includes $500 towards hosting a speaker and customized planning support.
Active Minds is offering eligible campuses a discount on a mental health speaking event through the Active Minds Speakers Bureau during Spring 2019.
There is a wide spectrum of mental health conditions that impact students, ranging from mild depression, stress, and anxiety, to clinically diagnosed mental illness, including bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.
California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office
This primer is designed to guide Homeless Youth Liaisons in their work.
CalFresh, also known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), is not welfare. It’s a nutrition assistance program that helps you stretch your monthly budget to purchase healthy and nutritious food. If eligible, you may receive benefits up to $192 per month. CalFresh benefits are provided to eligible, low-income “household”. Benefit amount is based on household size and household income, with deductions allowed for some expenses, such as housing. Apply at www.students.getcalfresh.org Watch Biteable: Basic Needs – Helping Students Enroll …