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Finding Hope through the Arts

A virtual, 8-week support group for given and chosen family of people in recovery or living with substance use issues. Come explore the arts as a tool for processing the complexities of your experience, hear about a wide variety of resources and find support from others. No art experience necessary! All welcome. No Sign-ups necessary. […]
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Wellness and Resilience for Uncertain Times

In celebration of Welcoming Week for Immigrants and refugees, International Day of Peace, and Recovery Month in September, a group of immigrant individuals, in partnership with key partners, will host an event: “Wellness and Resilience During Uncertain Times”. The purpose of the event is to provide a safe space for the immigrant/refugee communities to discuss […]
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World Suicide Prevention Day 2020

Join DBHIDS and partners across the city in wearing purple to recognize World Suicide Prevention Day on Sept. 10. Suicide continues among the leading cause of death nationally and impacts the lives of countless Americans. Preventing suicide is possible, and World Suicide Prevention Day is an awareness day that establishes a worldwide commitment to prevent […]
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Message from DBHIDS Commissioner David T. Jones

Click to view the complete, official release (pdf). Text of release can be viewed below.  Philadelphians are impacted to the core of our being, like the rest of the world, by the compilation of traumatic events experienced over the past several months. From the ongoing uncertainty and isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic to the justified […]
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Webinar: The Problem of Prescription Drug Use in the United States

Prevention Week kicks off on Monday, May 11th with a webinar on The Problem of Prescription Drug Use in the United States. SPPC Director, Brandi J. Wardlow will examine the problem of prescription drug use, the personal and public health consequences of prescription drug misuse, the drivers of prescription drug abuse among populations, current activities […]
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Webinar: Weekly Dose of Self-Care for Immediate Relief

Join us each Friday for a fast but effective dose of self-care to fuel you on this new and uncharted journey known as COVID-19. You’ll get practical ideas and concrete practices each week for keeping yourself in top condition for meeting the unprecedented demands of the times. Self-care is now more important than ever, but […]
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DBHIDS Public Statement on COVID-19 and the Asian Community

COVID-19 is a national public health threat to all people of every community, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, or language capability. There have been reports nationally of individuals of Asian descent being targets of harassment because the virus is believed to have originated in China. The mission of the Department of Behavioral Health […]
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Mental health and addiction services remain open in Philadelphia amid coronavirus restrictions

Mental health and addiction services are still available for people who need them as the Philadelphia region combats the coronavirus pandemic. But they are operating with some minor adjustments. Some clinicians and programs, including Alcoholics Anonymous, have moved their services online as they employ the social distancing practices encouraged by Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf. Read the entire […]
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Philly Counts Action Leaders Summit

Please join the Philly Counts team at our Action Leaders Summit. This is a full-day summit focused on training and planning for census actions at the neighborhood level. You will have the opportunity to hear from national organizations, local officials, and experienced community organizers on tips and tactics to plan better community work and reach […]
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Beyond Expectations: Coming Home

Join Engaging Males of Color for our next storytelling collaboration with First Person Arts focusing on males of color and re-entry/mass incarceration. The event, called “Coming Home,” features former State Property rapper, Peedi Crakk, comedian Ali Siddiq and South Philly poet and activist Will Little. Coming Home after incarceration is a new beginning, challenging, and […]