4/6/2021 – How Project TEACH is Helping the Children and Perinatal Women of New York

How Project TEACH is Helping the Children and Perinatal Women of New York

April 26th  3:30 – 4:15 PM

Good mental and emotional health let’s individuals live their best lives, but what happens when a loved one begins to struggle?

Project TEACH is an initiative funded by the New York Office of Mental Health which works as a tool to assist primary care providers as they support youth and families experiencing a mental health challenge. This program helps connect healthcare providers with mental health professionals via phone to consult, ask questions, discuss treatment options and receive additional referral support.

The School Mental Health Resource and Training Center invites you to join the conversation with David Kaye and Michele Phillips on April 26th from 3:30 – 4:15 PM. Together we will learn more about how Project TEACH can support you and your family during times of need.

Registration Closed 

*Registration will close 24 hours prior on April 25th 2022, at 3:30 PM


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