PA SYSTEM OF CARE PARTNERSHIP LIST of Training and Events for
PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD CHILD AND YOUTH PROGRAM for 2018
The PNG Child and Youth Program is available to school age dependents, ages 6 to 18 years, of National Guard Soldiers and Airmen, regardless of deployment status (including traditional drilling Guardsmen), Survivors, and Active Component Soldiers and Airmen geographically-separated from installation-based program support. While child care type services are not offered within the core program, resources for assistance are available
*PLEASE NOTE* ALL events are FREE of CHARGE. ALL events are for school age children and youth ages 6-18 years old
*Denotes events applicable for PARENTS AND CHILDREN under age 6 to attend
PNG Child & Youth Program Coordinator For Flyer click here!
Cognitive Professional Services Contractor
Fort Indiantown Gap
Hospital Road BLDG 14-109
Annville, PA 17003
ARMSTRONG COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES 101
The date for Human Services 101 sponsored by the Human Services Council and PA Link has changed.
The event will be on Thursday, June 14th from 10am-3pm at the Belmont Complex in Kittanning.
Human Services 101 is a FREE and fun event designed to provide an overview of a variety of services provided in Armstrong, Butler and Indiana counties.
It’s a wonderful opportunity for staff and the public to learn about available services, ask questions, and visit with vendors/providers.
Please share this flyer with your staff and within the community.
Lunch is provided, so advance registration is required. You can register by clicking on this link:
ARMSTRONG COUNTY COMMUNITY SUPPORT PROGRAM
Armstrong County Community Support Program will be held at Kittanning Empowerment Center, 113 Market Street
Kittanning, PA 16.
The Community Support Program (CSP) of Pennsylvania is a coalition of mental health consumers, family members and professionals working to help adults with serious mental illnesses and co-occurring disorders live successfully in the community. The statewide coalition links CSP nationally with regional and local CSP's throughout the State.
People can and do recover from mental illness. The center circle of the Pennsylvania revised CSP Wheel portrays recovery as a multi-dimensional concept. Hope is the anchor point upon which recovery is based. Demonstrating respect for the consumer supports his or her hopefulness and nurtures the person's self-esteem. When people convey trust in the consumer, it strengthens the consumer's confidence and motivation to assume increased responsibility for taking control of one's own life. The eight factors listed on the Wheel are important antecedents for Recovery: Hope, Competence, Respect, Trust, Understanding, Wellness, Choice and Sprituality.
Contact Joe Bujdos for information at Armsdale Administration Building, 124 Armsdale Rd., Suite 105, Kittanning, PA 16201 Phone: 724-548-3451 Ext. 675 or
Joe Bujdos firstname.lastname@example.org