In the final part of our three-part “Holidays in 2020” series, we will explore how we can safely celebrate the Winter Holidays during the COVID19 Pandemic. Winter Holidays are (in this author’s humble opinion) the ULTIMATE Holiday of Holidays, usually we would be gathering with family, chosen family, and friends to exchange food, gifts, and generally enjoy each other’s company. Unfortunately, 2020 had other plans. This guide will help give you peace of mind as we navigate through the rest of December and into the New Year.
Again, the following information are guidelines we’ve cultivated via the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), and others. This guide ABSOLUTELY should not supersede guidelines and mandates set by your local, county, or state officials. Always check the restrictions in your area.
Choosing a Mental Health Professional That's Right for You!
2020 is almost over, and it hasn't been kind to our mental health at all. With a global pandemic, the fight to end racism, and a volatile election season, folx (both youth and adults) have been struggling to stay mentally healthy.
But, how do we know which mental health professional is right for us, our family, or for our youth?
Are you interested in stocking up on California Youth Crisis Line Materials? Did you know that we send these out for FREE to interested people and organizations? Email Jason@calyouth.org for downloadable flyers and packets!
**Please note that due to COVID-19 we have paused and severely slowed our outreach material sending process and will be resuming TBD.**
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The California Coalition for Youth provides a variety of trainings for organizations and staff that work with youth. Each training is highly interactive, can be condensed or expanded upon based on individual need, and is lead by our team of talented instructors! For more information please feel free to contact California Youth Crisis Line Program Manager, Bianca Christian atBianca@calyouth.org