Dr. Wayne Kao will discuss the current surge in aggression and violence towards the AAPI community, immigration, acculturative stress, allyship, and inclusive practices that can support the mental health of our AAPI students.
Behavioral, Developmental, & Physical Health
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 is a busy, sometimes exciting, sometimes nerve-wracking time in the life of a high school senior. There are social events and goodbyes, and then the unknowns and adventures of life after high school. Parents and caregivers are also experiencing their own emotional responses to the knowledge that their household is about to change, and […]
Written by John C.S. Kepner, advisor to the College Student Basic Needs Program and Trustee Board Member of Gwynedd Mercy University (GMercyU) in suburban Philadelphia. In this blog, John describes his journey of putting together a coalition of community-based organizations to address the problem of food and housing insecurity in GMercyU.
During the pandemic, eating disorder helpline calls increased by as much as 80% while the number of hospitalizations for adolescents with eating disorders more than doubled. Educators are often the first to identify signs of trouble in children and teenagers, and they can also be a powerful force in helping them get the support they […]
What’s the difference between an eating disorder and disordered eating? When does dieting become dangerous? If you’re concerned about your child’s physical or mental health because of their relationship with food, how can you help? This FAQ explores different types of eating disorders, what to look out for as a parent or guardian, and how […]
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 […]
The Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District provides an excellent comprehensive benefits program including medical, vision, dental, life, income protection insurance, and membership in the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS). Applicants interested in this position, send a cover letter addressing how you meet the requirements of the position, and a complete and current resume by Wednesday, August […]
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 […]
Free app designed to provide coping tools and support resources to help during the COVID-19 pandemic. Government-developed (US Department of Veterans Affairs).