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Youth Mental Health First Aid

Sometimes, first aid isn’t a bandage, or CPR, or the Heimlich, or calling 911. Sometimes, first aid is YOU!

The Science of High Risk Behavior and How To Prevent It

Participants will learn how parts of the brain are affected by high-risk behavior and how high-risk behavior arrests key adult brain development. In addition, participants will learn how to prevent loved ones from engaging in high-risk behavior.

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Self-Care and Mindfulness

Self-care is the primary defense against illness, emotional overload, and traumatization.

Support Group for Survivors of Loss by Suicide

The Support Group meets weekly on Monday – 7:30 pm. at Jewish Family Service, 4131 S. Braeswood Blvd (entrance on Linkwood). The group is free of charge and open to the community.

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Our Goals

  • to increase awareness and decrease stigma
  • to provide support to those suffering and those effected by mental illness
  • to develop a conversation in the community about mental illness
  • to decrease suicide in the Houston Jewish community
  • to promote and train the community in Mental Health First Aid

Need help now?
Call  1-800-273-8255



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