Social Connections and Concrete Support in Times of Need
Social connections help families stay strong, get through the hard times and enjoy family life. Families can have many different types of social connections that provide different types of support. Positive social connections can provide support when you need it, help you deal with stress and illness, are a positive influence and bring out the best in you.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation defines successful families as those who have their basic needs met. They have economic security, housing, health care and other necessary resources in place. They also have some form of education or skill and are connected to family, neighbors, co-workers or friends. This course examines how providers can help support families and help connect them to others who can provide the support they need.
Presented by: Jeanette Bellerive M.A. & Jessica Moctezuma, M.A., Certified Trainer
Cost: $10/per person
****Please do not bring children to the class. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES. This ensures we have optimal learning environment and sufficient materials and preparation for the presenters so the training benefits all those who attend.****