CBC RADIO INTERVIEW: Here’s a link to the “Second Thoughts” film made by students at Woodstock’s College Avenue Secondary School in connection with Children’s Mental Health Week. A disturbing film with a powerful message.
CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES is celebrating Children’s Mental Health Week with a poster contest. This year’s theme is, “What do your feelings look like”. You can help promote the contest to children, youth and parents by posting the FLYER in your reception and public areas. Artwork is to be handed in to teachers or school offices by May 20th. Please CLICK HERE for contest details.
COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSES: Open house events throughout May will offer a chance for the public, health providers and community partners to gather information about health care in the region and provide input to the South East LHIN. CLICK HERE for dates, times and locations.
MAY IS COMMUNITY LIVING MONTH: Please CLICK HERE to read about upcoming celebrations and more in the most recent Community Living Prince Edward newsletter.
THE POVERTY ROUNDTABLE invites you to participate in a brief survey designed to revisit their purpose and priorities and help the group better define themselves and their direction. The Hastings & Prince Edward Poverty Roundtable is working to bring together people living in poverty, concerned individuals, services and business leaders to educate our community about the barriers created by poverty and what can be done to make a difference.
To participate in the survey, please go to povertyroundtablehpe.ca/ before May 27th.