Our Goal: A Call to Action to Transform the Future for Young Adults with Mental Health Needs.
(scroll down to see events in chronological order)
5.9.17 Making Mental Health Connections/Navigating College Mental Health Services
Tuesday, May 9th, 6:00pm-8:30pm at Fremd High School, 1000 S. Quentin Road, Palatine
Transition Action Network for Mental Health: A Partnership of Schools and Community Agencies Addressing the Needs of Transitioning Young Adults
This event is designed to give families an opportunity to gather information on college mental health. Join us for an informative and interactive event to raise awareness, explore common challenges, and share resources to smooth the transition from high school to college for students with mental health issues. The night will include presentations from leading professionals in the field and the opportunity to ask questions and participate in small group discussions to explore challenges and resources.
Join us as we explore these topics and more:
A snack will be provided Courtesy of Eli's Cheesecake
Goal of the Evening: To help students with mental health needs and their families plan for and navigate college
6:15- 7:30 Panel Presentation - auditorium
7:30-8:00 Panel Q&A - auditorium
8:00-8:30 Networking & Consultation - breakout rooms
Downloadable pdf of the presentation:
TANMH Navigating College Mental Health Services PPT (1).pdf
12.7.16 School Mental Health Symposium at Oakton Community College (Invite only)
Elementary and High School Student Service Personnel/Special
Education Staff Symposium on Mental Health.
is increasing in our school districts. Join fellow educational staff
for an informative and interactive symposium to raise awareness, explore common challenges, and share resources to address our shared goals of supporting students with mental health needs across their school years. The symposium will include presentations from leading professionals in the field in the morning and in-depth discussions with colleagues in the afternoon to explore challenges and opportunities.
5.4.16 at Lake Forest Administrative Center West Campus AND 5.10.16 at Glenbrook South High School
11.19.15 at Glenbrook District 225 District Office
Making Mental Health Agency Connections
Overview: Adult mental health agencies and the services they provide
Individual Conversations with Mental Health Providers
Facilitated Small Group Conversations
When: Thursday, November 19th
Where: Glenbrook District Office, 3801 W. Lake Avenue, Glenview, IL
This is a by invitation only event for parents of young adults with mental health needs and young adults ages 17-22 or older.
2015 Mental Health Symposium