PCLG AT THE STATE FAIR
MEET PCLG PARENTS AT MENTAL HEALTH DAY AT THE FAIR!
Come visit PCLG at our booth at the Minnesota State Fair on August 26th for Mental Health Day at the Fair. The day will feature music, dance, and Fidgety Fairy Tales performances at Dan Patch Park.
- Saturday, November 11, 2017
- 10:00am – 12:00pm
- Creekview Recreation Center, Multipurpose Room
- 5001 Humboldt Avenue North, Minneapolis
Are you raising a child who faces mental health challenges? We want to hear from you! Join the Center for Africans Now in America (CANA) and Parent Catalyst Leadership Group (PCLG) for a chance to connect and converse over coffee and refreshments. All are welcome!
We will talk about interacting with your child’s school, working with health providers, and accessing services through the county. What are the special challenges facing families new to our region?
- Free, but we ask you to RSVP.
- Interpreter will be provided.
- Children are welcome, but please let us know how many and what ages.
For more information, contact:
- Parent Catalyst Leadership Group (PCLG)
- Hennepin County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative
- CANA, Center for Africans Now in America, Inc.
- Health Care Clinic
- 763-703-5506/ 952-356-2953
- Saturday, March 18, 2017
- 10am – 12 pm
- Community Room
- St. Louis Park Byerly’s
- 3777 Park Center Blvd.
We want to hear from you! Join PCLG Parents next month for coffee, snacks, and conversation. We’ll play “Resource Bingo” and you will have a chance to share your story with us, if you’d like. Bring your questions about interacting with your child’s school, finding providers, or accessing services through the county!
Free, but please RSVP so we know how many to expect!
Parenting Challenges: Taking Care of Yourself
Parenting a child with emotional, behavioral, or developmental disabilities can be challenging. Parents and caregivers often report exhaustion, financial strain, and feelings of isolation. The perception of stigma can increase the sense of burden and isolation that our families feel as well.
Dr. Elizabeth Reeve will share her unique insight into the impact that stress can have on parents and ways that we can learn to reduce its impact on us.
November 2, 2016
6:30 – 8:30 pm
Wood Lake Nature Center
6710 Lake Shore Drive
Elizabeth Reeve, M.D., has been a child and adolescent psychiatrist for HealthPartners medical group for the past 25 years. Her practice centers around pharmacologic and behavioral management for children, adolescents, and young adults with developmental disabilities and co-morbid mental health and behavioral difficulties.