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Healthy Relationships for Youth

Learn strategies to support youth and young adults develop and maintain healthy relationships.

About this event

Unhealthy relationships typically result in increased stress and difficulty in life. On the other hand, healthy relationships provide the support needed by youth and young adults to thrive. This workshop will help participants analyze what factors contribute to healthy relationships and how to recognize signs of an unhealthy one. Participants will learn strategies for supporting youth and young adults in creating and maintaining positive relationships.

This training is sponsored by MO Transition Age Youth Local Engagement and Recovery (MO TAY LER) is a grant that aims to improve access to treatment and support services for young adults age 16-25 with serious mental disorders. Their mission is to raise awareness reduce stigma around mental health and substance use, and elevate youth and caregiver voice.

Due to the interactive nature of this workshops, they strongly recommend that each participant have access to a webcam and microphone. This workshop has been designed around participants engaging in discussions with the trainer and fellow participants.

Upcoming Dates

  • Thursday, September 22, 2022, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location

Online