The Children's Center

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Children"s Center changes and saves lives by providing access to mental health services to children and families in Vancouver and Clark County, WA. Children"s Center was founded In 1989 by a group of concerned citizens. They were astounded by the incredible wait-times that vulnerable children and families faced for mental health services. Our goal is for every child and family in Clark County to have access to mental health services.

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HOW TO SUPPORT YOUR TEAM'S MENTAL WELLNESS DURING A PANDEMIC (AND WHAT NOT TO DO)

Many teams have suffered over the past year as they look to absorb the changes happening all around them. Anxiety, stress, and tensions are on the rise. In this 60-Minute Webinar, you will hear from Mental Health Professionals on how to continue to support your team during the pandemic with mental wellness in mind and what not to do. Kendall and Jessica will share their experiences from the past year from the perspective of both business owners as well as employees, and provide insight on what has worked best for the businesses and teams they"ve helped support throughout the pandemic. There will be time for questions and discussion and you"ll come away with tangible resources to use right away with your teams. Presenter Bios: Navigating employee health leaves businesses feeling confused and overwhelmed. At Vancouver Wellness Studio, we collaborate with you to provide whole-person care to your team, so you can confidently lead with wellness in mind. Kendall Hagensen is the Owner and Clinical Director at Vancouver Wellness Studio, downtown Vancouver, Washington. Kendall and her co-presenter Jessica Johnson are both Mental Health Therapists and Trauma experts on VWS"s Collaborative Healthcare Team, and lead their Corporate Wellness Program. Many teams have suffered over the past year as they look to absorb the changes happening all around them. Anxiety, stress, and tensions are on the rise. In this 60-Minute Webinar, you will hear from Mental Health Professionals on how to continue to support your team during the pandemic with mental wellness in mind and what not to do. Kendall and Jessica will share their experiences from the past year from the perspective of both business owners as well as employees, and provide insight on what has worked best for the businesses and teams they"ve helped support throughout the pandemic. There will be time for questions and discussion and you"ll come away with tangible resources to use right away with your teams. Presenter Bios: Navigating employee health leaves businesses feeling confused and overwhelmed. At Vancouver Wellness Studio, we collaborate with you to provide whole-person care to your team, so you can confidently lead with wellness in mind. Kendall Hagensen is the Owner and Clinical Director at Vancouver Wellness Studio, downtown Vancouver, Washington. Kendall and her co-presenter Jessica Johnson are both Mental Health Therapists and Trauma experts on VWS"s Collaborative Healthcare Team, and lead their Corporate Wellness Program. Cost: FREE PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED

HOW TO SUPPORT YOUR TEAM'S MENTAL WELLNESS DURING A PANDEMIC (AND WHAT NOT TO DO)
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Clark County In-Home Services Guide

Home Care Home care is provided by caregivers, usually called home care aides, who are trained to understand the nuances of senior care. Home care aides can help older adults with activities of daily living, or just offer some friendly companionship. Unlike home health, home care is classified as personal care or companion care and is considered "unskilled" or "non-clinical."

Clark County In-Home Services Guide
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Washington Mental Health Services Guide

Many people don't realize that publicly-funded mental health services are available in their state. People looking for free or low-cost counseling often think their only options are counselors in private practice and don't know that publicly-funded providers in their communities may also offer counseling services. While state-based programs are not for everyone, they are often a great place to start for people who face geographic or financial barriers to therapy. Intake specialists at community mental health programs can help people learn whether they qualify for state-funded services and can refer people who don't qualify to other low-cost programs that may be able to meet their needs.

Washington Mental Health Services Guide