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December 17, 2018

Check out the incredible line up of free classes: WinterQuarter2019 Final version (2018-12-17) in South Lake Tahoe sponsored by FKCE (Foster & Kinship Care Education)

RSVP to Kay H at: kehuxtable@ltcc.edu 

WinterQuarter2019 Final version (2018-12-17)

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    NAMI Family to Family in El Dorado Hills:  See details here.

     

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    Registration is now open for NAMI Family-to-Family education program in El Dorado Hills.    This is a program for those caring for adults living with mental illness.

    Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective, ADHD, Anxiety, Bipolar, Psychosis NOS, Major Depression, Co-occurring Brain and Addictive Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder, Panic Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

    WHAT: A free 12 session class for caregivers, family members, and friendsof loved ones with mental illness.  Learn how to support individuals with serious mental Read More

    October, 2018: An update by Sabrina Owen, H&HS, Behavioral Health Manager in SLT:

    Mentally Ill Offender Crime Reduction (MIOCR) Grant, which is now in it’s 4th year (funding for grant cycle lasted 3 years with expectation that it would be continued for 4 years )  we had hoped to achieve improvement in mental health and overall stability/quality of life as evidenced by fewer days incarcerated and ideally continued engagement with services (as needed) upon completion of BHC requirements (if applicable).  Read More

     

    Trevor Bartholomew passed away on January 21, 2017…his Mom, Stephanie Bartholomew, has given permission for this to be shared in hopes it may help others. Jeanne Nelson, NAMI El Dorado County, 30- Sep-2018. The Bartholomew’s co-sponsored (with FKCE) our 2018 NAMI Family-to-Family class in South Lake Tahoe:

    Here is a pdf of this story for those that wish to reprint

    —–Original Message—– From: Aubrey Sent: Thursday, March 19, 2015 11:24 AM To: Subject: Letter to give PHF

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    25-Sep-2018, By Jeanne Nelson, President, NAMI El Dorado County

    A huge thank you to Brian Richart, Chief Probation Officer and Sheriff John D’Agostini and the entire Stepping Up project team for implementing a best in case jail screening tool.   The Brief Mental Health Jail Screening tool (BMHJS) is designed to screen incoming detainees for further more in-depth mental health assessments.   It is a quick and effective process with a positive track record.    Learn more here.

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