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CCP Newsletter February 2, 2022

American Sign Language Referrals

Counselors—Our Federal partners have asked us to set up a process to refer Californians who request American Sign Language to a counselor who has ASL ability. We have asked your Program Coordinators to tell us if they have counselors who know ASL. Stay tuned, after we collect this information from all of our CCP agencies, we will distribute more information to you on this process.

REMINDER: Webinar February 8, 2022

The second of a four part suicide prevention webinar series hosted by CalMHSA will be held on Tuesday February 8th, 2022. Webinar #2: Sociocultural risk and protective factors associated with suicide among BIPOC youth. This webinar will look at system level risk factors that impact self-injurious thoughts and behaviors (including suicide attempts) among BIPOC youth.
 February 8, 2022
10:00AM-11:30AM
Click the link below for more information and to register:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8730995755690379791

Program Spotlight – Allies for Every Child

Allies for Every Child (Allies) has a nearly 35-year history of working with Los Angeles’ most vulnerable children and families, supporting children’s healthy development and helping mitigate the devastating long-term effects of deep poverty, trauma, abuse, neglect, and social and economic injustice. Allies exists to serve children and families with the deepest need, providing the tailored, trauma-informed services necessary for children to succeed. Today, Allies serves more than 3,500 clients each year with a wide array of comprehensive services, including high-quality early education, foster care and adoption, infant and early childhood mental health, family strengthening programs, child abuse prevention, early identification and intervention services, and more.  And through CalHOPE Allies is hosting pantry pop-ups all over the community to provide much needed food, resources, and a listening ear. www.alliesforeverychild.org
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