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September 2016

Houston African-American Faith-Based Mental Health Conference

September 17, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 3:30 pm
Windsor Village – KBC, 6011 West Orem Drive
Houston, TX 77085 United States
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*CEU's offered to professionals for $20* Join Alliance for Greater Works™ in collaboration with the HOGG Foundation for Mental Health, ten-churches* from across the State of Texas, and Prairie View A&M University, as we convene a one-day power-packed African-American Faith-Based Mental Health Conference. The goal of this conference is to help African-American churches identify, support, and strengthen the mental well-being of families, congregants, and communities. This inaugural conference program will be offered in two cities: Saturday, September 17, 2016, 9:00…

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November 2016

Dallas African-American Faith-Based Mental Health Conference

November 5, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 3:30 pm
Concord Church, 6808 Pastor Bailey Drive
Dallas, TX 75237 United States
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CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!       WHAT: African-American Faith-Based Mental Health Conference PRESENTED BY: The African-American Faith-Based Mental Health Initiative GOAL:  To help African-American churches identify, support, and strengthen the mental well-being of families, congregants, and communities. WHEN:  Saturday, November 5, 8:00—3:30 p.m., Dallas, TX TRACKS: Clergy, Caregivers, General, Justice, and Youth WHERE: Concord Church, 6808 Pastor Bailey Drive, Dallas, TX COST: - Free of Charge to General Public - $20 for Professionals desiring CEUs OPENING PANEL: “African-Americans and Mental Health: Suffering in Silence” KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Dr. David R. Williams,…

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September 2018

Stay Woke Youth Mental Health Summit

September 8, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Methodist Charlton Hospital, 3500 W. Wheatfield Rd
Dallas, TX 75237 United States
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Stay Woke

Presents Stay Woke and Be Heard Youth Mental Health Summit  KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Courtney Roberts Everyday Black Girl “Social Consciousness and Mental Health” GOAL: To help African-American churches identify, support, and strengthen the mental wellbeing of youth, families, congregants, ministry leaders, and communities. WHERE: Methodist Charlton Hospital Conference Room 3500 W. Wheatland Rd. Dallas, TX 75237  COST: Free   WHEN:  Saturday, September 8th, 10:00-2:00 p.m., Dallas, TX WHO:  All youth, grades 7th thru 12th TOPICS: “Saying No is OKAY”, Weird is the NEW Normal,…

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