September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, and the state’s mental health and public health officials are asking all Vermonters to take this time to learn about the supports available for themselves or people they know who may be at risk of suicide.
A 120 minute interactive workshop on how to identify engage and help youth with substance misuse & mental health concerns.
April is both STD (sexually transmitted disease) Awareness Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The Center for Health and Learning is dedicated to a comprehensive approach to health and wellbeing. It is important for all youth and young adults to receive education and guidance on the subject of sexuality and the importance of it in relation to overall health and wellbeing. In the last decade much has been learned about sexuality. There has been an increase in visibility and research about gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, and the language used when referring to gender and sexual orientation. Gender identity refers to …
The CHL believes this is no ordinary time and to make a clear statement about equitable respect and caring for all people in this American society.
I have been thinking a lot about how we will get through this.
Thanks to regional media partners, platforms and agencies across Vermont, the word about suicide prevention awareness and support is getting out.
Connecting Rural Communities is a partnership promoting linkages between care providers for improving suicide prevention protocols in rural Vermont.
The Umatter® 2018-19 YYA Program is complete with 68 youth participants who implemented Mental Health Wellness Community Action Projects in their schools.
CHL recently produced a webinar entitled “Helping Youth Succeed”, in partnership with Prevention Works, VT Afterschool, and New Directions.