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Pasadena Mental Health Day 2019, "H.O.M.E: A State of Mind", or Helpful Opportunities for Mental Health Education Opportunities, focuses on increasing awareness of mental illness and challenges, the significance and benefits of mental and emotional health, and practical resources and tools to empower individuals in coping with and overcoming challenges

Featuring a keynote speaker, panel discussions, and distinct workshops for youth and adults, attendees of Pasadena Mental Health Day 2019 will:

  • Participate in Interactive and insightful workshops for youth and adults - including parents, new adults, and seniors

  • Gain knowledge on the current mental health issues and challenges faced today

  • Gain knowledge on the current mental health issues among those experiencing homelessness

  • Discover the benefits of healthy living, community engagement, and compassionate service on mental health and homelessness

 

Come to the Health Net Community Resource Center for this free information session! Ask questions and learn tips on how to apply and make the program work best for you! 

Health Services Advisory Group (HSAG) works with the Medicare population to provide engaging programs where you can learn how to manage diabetes. These programs take place in your local area.

HSAG offers diabetes education classes as part of the Everyone with Diabetes Counts program to help you make small lifestyle changes and learn about diabetes and how it affects your health.

Have fun with friends and family while learning how to manage diabetes through these free educational classes.

Each class lasts two hours, and the entire course is six weeks long, with one class per week. Sign up today by contacting Carmen Macias at (626) 685-6732.

Health Services Advisory Group (HSAG) works with the Medicare population to provide engaging programs where you can learn how to manage diabetes. These programs take place in your local area.

HSAG offers diabetes education classes as part of the Everyone with Diabetes Counts program to help you make small lifestyle changes and learn about diabetes and how it affects your health.

Have fun with friends and family while learning how to manage diabetes through these free educational classes.

Each class lasts two hours, and the entire course is six weeks long, with one class per week. Sign up today by contacting Stephanie Trinidad at (818) 714-6874

Health Services Advisory Group (HSAG) works with the Medicare population to provide engaging programs where you can learn how to manage diabetes. These programs take place in your local area.

HSAG offers diabetes education classes as part of the Everyone with Diabetes Counts program to help you make small lifestyle changes and learn about diabetes and how it affects your health.

Have fun with friends and family while learning how to manage diabetes through these free educational classes.

Each class lasts two hours, and the entire course is six weeks long, with one class per week. Sign up today by contacting Edward Johnson at (818) 834-6180.

Health Services Advisory Group (HSAG) works with the Medicare population to provide engaging programs where you can learn how to manage diabetes. These programs take place in your local area.

HSAG offers diabetes education classes as part of the Everyone with Diabetes Counts program to help you make small lifestyle changes and learn about diabetes and how it affects your health.

Have fun with friends and family while learning how to manage diabetes through these free educational classes.

Each class lasts two hours, and the entire course is six weeks long, with one class per week. Sign up today by contacting Tina Watford at (323) 330-1625

 

Come to the Martin Luther King Center for Public Health - Community Healing and Trauma Prevention Center for a session of healing for parents and caretakers of minors with emotional and behavioral difficulties. 

 

Come to the Martin Luther King Center for Public Health - Community Healing and Trauma Prevention Center for engagement, education, and empowerment tools for families of sex trafficking.

 

Come to the Martin Luther King Center for Public Health - Community Healing and Trauma Prevention Center for engagement, education, and empowerment tools for survivors of sex trafficking.

 

Come to the Martin Luther King Center for Public Health - Community Healing and Trauma Prevention Center for a session of healing from trauma and violence through music and art. 

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