The Heyde Center for the Arts is supporting The Take a Stand Against Meth Campaign - a partnership between Mental Health Matters and the Chippewa Country Drug Court - by hosting a free workshop about the impact of adverse childhood experiences on mental and physical health, strategies to build protective factors and resilience, and how to apply this knowledge to improve the well-being of young people.
The same presentation will be offered two different dates and times:
Registration for this event can be done online at: Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) Training
This is a six session workshop; Saturdays from September 28 - October 12 and October 26 - November 9. The instructors will provide encouragement, guidance, and practice in “life writing” in the following genres: autobiographies, blogs, family histories, journals, memoirs, and personal essays.