Notes to Self: A wellness series for teens and young adults
Many teens and young adults are still adjusting to the changes COVID brought into their lives. If you’re one of them, know that how you respond to these changes has a direct impact on your health and wellness. Join us for this self-affirming Stay Well workshop series to learn strategies for creating your own daily well-being. Register at https://bit.ly/3uQRtUY.
Helping teens cope with a “new reality”
Kids aged 13 to 17 often struggle with changes going on inside them and all around them. If you’re in this age bracket, you probably experienced even more uncomfortable changes when the pandemic arrived. This Saturday workshop can help you and your friends learn to cope with losses and changes in your “new reality.” Join us! Learn more and register at https://bit.ly/3BAFnDm.
Staying Well: An emotional health workshop for teens
Four in 10 teens report they feel “persistently sad or hopeless,” according to a recent CDC survey. If you know a teenager struggling with these feelings, we hope you’ll share this with them. “Staying Well” is a series of four workshops designed to help teens cope with strong emotions, manage relationships, and find meaning and purpose in their lives. Learn more and register at https://bit.ly/3sEQ42E.
Creative Coping: an art-based workshop for kids and parents
Click here to visit Stay Well’s discussion group page to learn more or register today.
Stay Well is a crisis counseling program administered by behavioral health professionals at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) in partnership with the Michigan Public Health Institute (MPHI) and Gryphon Place. It is supported by state and federal funding.