Join the CARE TA Center for our upcoming virtual conference, “Keepin’ it in the Community: The Power and Role of Collective Hope and Action for Crisis Recovery”! The Conference will run from 9:00a.m. – 5:00p.m. PT on Wednesday, June 29 and will address issues across California’s crisis continuum of care in 2022, considering the unique […]
This webinar took place on May 11th, 2022 – Homelessness and housing insecurity have become an ever-increasing problem for college students across the country. College Housing Northwest (a nonprofit in Portland, Oregon) has been housing college students for over 50 years and is leading the way to increase regional affordable housing options. In this webinar […]
A webinar hosted by JBAY on “Applying Trauma Informed Principles to Food Security and Basic Needs held on February 3rd, 2022 featured Adrienne Markeworth from Leah’s Pantry and Basic Needs Center staff from Mt. San Antonio College and San Diego City college. The session centered the trauma informed framework applied by Leah’s Pantry, a national […]
This resource provides an overview for juvenile justice staff on how to work towards creating a trauma-informed juvenile justice residential setting. This training includes four modules including trauma and delinquency; trauma’s impact on development; coping strategies; and vicarious trauma, organizational stress, and self-care.
Hopeful Minds just announced the launch of a new course for college students, educators, parents, and more: Hopeful Mindsets on the College Campus. The curriculum authors spent the last few months interviewing the top hope, happiness, and mental health experts to create a 10 lesson course that provides the hope skills you can use to […]
JBAY Launches Statewide Training for Foster Parents
Third webinar in a three-part series on cross-system collaboration between health and homeless systems of care.
On any given day, more than 150,000 people experience homelessness in California.
Evolving Minds is a mental health non-profit offering resilience and mindfulness-based educational programs for students, educators, and non-profits. They offer programming for youth leaders and educators grounded in developing resilience and mindfulness skills that build community, create a culture of care, and cultivate human connection amongst community members.
The new Partnering with Local Mental Health Providers to Support Foster Youth in College Toolkit documents these efforts so that California Community College support program staff, campus health center or mental health staff, county mental health agencies, and local providers can replicate these practices to remove barriers and connect students with Medi-Cal or no insurance to mental […]