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 PROGRAMMING 

 These are the tools we use to build, train, and empower the Proactive Prevention transformation.

DIRECT EDUCATION

YOU ARE PART OF THE TRANSFORMATION! BRING PROACTIVE PREVENTION TO YOUR COMMUNITY. WE PROVIDE DIRECT EDUCATION AT ZERO COST TO THE HOSTING SPACE. 

THE PROACTIVE SEMINAR

An introduction to the Proactive Prevention Mindset

  • 45-minute presentation 

  • Q & A Session 

  • Zoom Available: Currently taking bookings for Fall 2022

  • Contact us to discuss in Person Presentations for Fall 2022

OBJECTIVES

  • Provide powerful enhancement to your understanding of mental health

  • Inspire self care and appreciation for mental health care

  • Disrupt stigmatized attitudes on mental health and suicide prevention

PERFECT FOR...

  • Classroom learning (ages 10+): Health, physical education, assemblies, etc.

  • Faculty & Admin: Development, PTA, summer training, etc.

  • Community Spaces: Places of faith, library events, Girl & Boy Scouts, etc.

  • NGOs, first responders, law enforcement, etc.

  • Corporate Spaces: Lunch & Learns, EAP & HR presentations, etc. 

THE PROACTIVE PREVENTION WORKSHOP

An intensive experience to initiate a person into Proactive Prevention

  • 2.5-hour presentation [with breaks] 

  • Appropriate for ages 14+ 

  • Supplemented with a support manual 

  • Zoom Available: Currently taking bookings for Fall 2022

  • Taking bookings for in person presentations in 2023

OBJECTIVES

  • Equip a participant with tools to be Proactive on mental health care

  • Provide tools for civilian response to mental health crisis  

  • Empower a participant to combat stigmas in their spaces

  • Enable a participant to be a peer-to-peer ally to others with mental health challenges

PERFECT FOR...

  • Academic Spaces: Can be spaced into 2 sessions

  • Youth Retreats: Snowball, KAIROS, academic clubs, sports teams, etc.

  • Corporate Events: Conferences, development retreats, etc.

  • Conventions, Comicons, Resource Fairs etc  

CONTACT US

TO DISCUSS BRINGING PROACTIVE PREVENTION TO YOUR COMMUNITY SPACE. WE CAN CUSTOMIZE EXPERIENCES TO FIT YOUR NEEDS.

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DIGITAL ENGAGEMENT

Our Livestream content is intended to ENGAGE communities across the vast spectrum of cultural and social intersections on mental health. 

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THE TOMORROW SHOW

A show dedicated to celebrating the spectrum of living with mental health challenges from surviving to thriving. An educational and inspirational lifestyle format chat hosted by Erin, Mike, and AC. Join them twice a month for episodes that explore current events, music, arts, hobbies, and embracing all forms of self-expression. , and thriving

Bi-Weekly || Sundays || 1pm-3pm CST

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RAISING THE VISIBILITY SERIES

RTV is an educational series hosted by Carl Evans focused on examining obstacles and core elements of realizing true comprehensive mental health care. Together with voices representing lived experience, advocacy, clinicians, and professionals we hope to have a comprehensive discussion identifying problems and seeking solutions!

 

SEASON 1 - Stigmas and our Institutions: We will be examining social and cultural factors that can create obstacles to identifying, validating, and addressing mental health challenges.

 

AIR TIME: Thursdays || 6:30 PM

EP 1 || 5/12/2012 || Body Image: Can someone’s mental health be invalidated by a waist size? Can you be "too pretty" to have depression? What if you're a person with a disability? We're going to confront how our external reality can impact support for our internal experience.

EP 2 || 5/19/2022 || Age: Is there an age restriction for those who experience mental health challenges?

 

EP 3 || 5/26/2022 || Sexual Orientation: When who we love impacts how we are treated and supported.
 

EP 4 || 6/9/2022 || Gender Identity: Navigating the complexity of biological sexes and gender is benefitted by informed professional guidance but stigmas have erected severely volatile and hostile obstacles.
 

EP 5 || 6/16/2022 || Ethnicity: How does our skin color, the way we speak or pray shape how institutions react to our mental health needs?
 

EP 6 || 6/23/2022 || Dollars & Sense: Who can afford to have mental illness and trauma?

WATCH US LIVE ON TWITCH!