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  1. Helping Caregivers Cope - A Workshop on Stress

    This virtual version of Save the Children'sCaregivers Journey of Hope (JOH) provides the opportunity for individuals that take care of others process stress and develop positive coping strategies. 

    Understanding the basics of stress management in an emergency recovery environment such as COVID-19.

    Every day, child care teachers do so much to nurture and support young children.  Recognizing and handling our own stress in a positive way is key to a child’s social emotional well-being.  Whether it is a disaster or every day stress, this two day training walks child care professionals through steps they can take to promote emotional safety for the children in their care, including strategies that encourage teachers to remember to take care of themselves.

    Workshop GOALS

    • To explore the potential risk and impact of stress on how we care for children

    • To understand source and reactions to stress and enhance coping skills

    • Understand how a caregiver’s stress affects young children

    • Learn how to respond to young children’s needs during high stress times, especially when their behavior may be challenging

    • Promote caregiver self-care as a strategy in supporting young children during times of distress


  2. Parent Prep: Helping Families Plan For Emergencies
    Parent Prep provides strategies for families to support children's needs before, during and after a crisis or disaster. Participants will gain a greater understanding of the ways in which children react to emergencies/crises, resources for developing a household emergency plan and steps to take to strengthen their readiness for emergencies.  

  3. Mindfulness Mini Sessions: Helping Caregiver's Cope in Practice
    In this 4 day series of mini sessions, spend 30 minutes each day discussing  and practicing strategies that promote mindfulness & self-care.   Each session will introduce simple activities that can be used to bring ourselves and other adults/children in our care fully present and in the moment with calmness and attentiveness.  

  4. Links to FACES
    This quick 30 minute ZOOM session connects you to a community social service resource available in Region 2.   Hear about their services, eligibility requirements and referral process.  Time will be allotted for a Q&A.   The last five minutes will include an online resource share.  

  5. Youth Mental Health First Aid ONLINE/VIRTUAL Blended Course

    Youth Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. This three year certification gives adults who work with youth the skills they need to reach out and provide initial support to adolescents (ages 12-18) who may be developing a mental health or substance use problem and help connect them to the appropriate care.

    This training will be provided in collaboration with Nueces Center for Mental Health and Intellectual Disability MHFA trainers.  It will requires a 2 hour prerequisite online course prior to attending the virtual class. Registration closes one week before class date at 11:59pm.

    • After the registration deadline expires, Nueces Center MHID will then send a link to the 2 hour course to registered participants.
    • Candidates will need to complete the 2 hour online course at least 24 hours prior  to the 4 hour virtual class session. 
    • Nueces Center MHID will then send a Zoom link those participants who have completed the 2 hour online prerequisite course.

    The course will teach you how to apply the ALGEE action plan:

    • Assess for risk of suicide or harm
    • Listen non-judgmentally
    • Give reassurance and information
    • Encourage appropriate professional help
    • Encourage self-help and other
    support strategies



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