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May 22 Soothing Saturday Event Video Posted

About this event, held Saturday, May 22, 2021: The Office of the Mayor-President partnered with several businesses, community and faith-based partners to host a citywide event in observance of May as Mental Health Awareness Month and to also provide an atmosphere of relaxation and self-care amid events that have resulted in communal trauma, e.g. suicides, drownings, the Secor fishing boat capsizing, restorative justice issues and other local, regional and national scenarios impacting our general wellbeing. Highlight video featured below.    
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ReCAST Coalition Meeting Scheduled

Members, please note the June 2021 monthly meeting of ReCAST Coalition Members is scheduled for: Thu Jun 17, 2021 1:30pm – 3pm (CDT).    

Humanities Amped is Hiring!

Do you know someone who wants to join the Amped team? We're seeking to hire an Amped Program Manager, a full-time leadership position for the management and implementation of program initiatives that advance culturally-sustaining and healing-centered approaches to teaching and learning with youth, educators, and communities during and after school. Click below to view the full job posting. Interested candidates should submit a resumé and cover letter to hiring@humanitiesamped.com  by July 1, 2021.   JOB POSTING    

ReCAST Virtual Professional Training: Responding to Traumatic Loss During and Post Pandemic

  Family Service of Greater Baton Rouge and The National Suicidology Training Center Hope and Healing: Responding to Traumatic Loss During and Post Pandemic                Date:   June 24, 2021 or August 11, 2021            Time:   9:30AM - 12:00 NOON      Registration is Required To Register:   Contact Patti Clement    pclement@brcic.org or 225-924-1431   Facilitated by: Dr. Frank Campbell, Ph.D., LCSW, C.T., Co-Chair NSTC     Dr. Ray Tucker, Ph.D. LSU and Co-Chair NSTC     Emma Moscardini, B. S.-Doctoral Candidate-Clinical Psychology, LSU-NSTC Faculty This workshop will describe: How anyone can be vulnerable to trauma and the three main ways anyone can become a victim of trauma. Participants will also be given information on self-care especially during and post pandemic. Due to increased risk for Suicide a suicide safer vocabulary will be offered Participants will be given the opportunity to understand how to remember the life of

Veteran’s Needs Assessment Posted

Dear Veteran, The Headstrong Group (THG) and ReCast Baton Rouge are conducting a “veteran’s needs assessment” in the Baton Rouge community to identify and determine mental health service delivery gaps to help veterans and their families, particularly those within marginalized communities to address mental health challenges and add to their quality of life. To help us provide the best services to veterans and their families, we would appreciate you filling out the attached survey. All surveys will remain anonymous and confidential. Thank you for your participation!  Kevin Tripeaux, LCSW-BACS CEO, The Headstrong Group, LLC     GOOD HEALTH INCLUDES GOOD MENTAL HEALTH SURVEY LINK:   https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MENDVeteransNeedsAssessmentSurvey

Bridging The Gap to Mental Health Awareness

 

Self-Care Workshop, June 6

Collective Stress and Trauma: Using Mind-Body Medicine as The Bridge Comprehensive Self-Care Workshop [ REGISTER HERE ]