Upcoming programs or offerings include those designed for teens, parents, educators and Michiganders experiencing grief and loss. Download the individual program flyers below to learn more and register today.
- Staying Well: An emotional health workshop for teens Flyer
- 4-part series for teens beginning on April 23rd.
- Creative Coping: An art-based workshop for children and parents Flyer
- 6-part series for children and their parents beginning on April 20th.
- Coping with Grief Loss Workshop Flyer
- 6-part series for people who are grieving, offered 2 different dates weekly beginning on April 18th.
And two workshops designed for teachers and school support staff outlined below Flyer
- Psychological First Aid: Supporting students during a pandemic
- 1 time presentation on April 26th designed for teacher and school support staff
- Burnout in the classroom: coping tips for teachers and school staff
- 1 time presentation on April 28th looking at ways to help teachers and support staff get to the end of the school year.
The Stay Well Program was created as a resource by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services to help Michiganders through the mental health challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic by offering emotional support, educational opportunities and other programming including Online Discussion Groups, Help Lines, Resources for Teens, Mental Wellness Webinars, Behavioral Health Guides, Video Resources and more. Click here to see all that Stay Well has to offer!