Archive for January, 2016

Men’s Domestic Violence SURVIVOR Support Group

Please circulate!


peace-over-violence-logoDear Colleagues:

In an effort to engage more men in the community who are survivors of domestic violence, Peace Over Violence is hoping to begin a men’s domestic violence survivor group this spring. In order to start this group we are requesting your assistance reaching out to the community for participants. Please feel free to send this email to whomever may be able to help.

Participants must be adult, English-speaking men who have experienced domestic or intimate partner violence. Given our emphasis on trauma recovery, domestic violence and intimate partner violence must be part of the participant’s primary presenting problem.

The group is tentatively planned for Wednesday 3:00-4:30pm at Peace Over Violence-West San Gabriel Valley in Pasadena (892 N Fair Oaks Ave Suite D Pasadena, CA). We are hoping to begin as early as February but we will start no later than Wednesday, March 9th. For more information or to sign up please contact the Peace Over Violence Pasadena office at 626-584-6191 ext. 112 (ask for Andy).

We hope to make this group a permanent resource for the community. Unfortunately, we do not receive many requests for services from this population. But we know these men are out there and with your help we can provide this resource to the men who need it.


Peace Over Violence

Peace Over Violence-West San Gabriel Valley

892 N Fair Oaks Ave Suite D

Pasadena CA 91103


01/26/16: Implementing Early Psychosis Intervention in the Real World

Implementing Early Psychosis Intervention in the Real World


Tuesday, January 26, 2016 | 1:00 PM — 2:00 PM EST


Dr. Ryan Melton and Tamara Sale of Pathways EASA Connections project will present our quarterly webinar offering, “Implementing Early Psychosis (EP) Intervention in the Real World.” This webinar will provide an introduction to EP history, practices and resources while addressing common implementation challenges and effective strategies. Participants will also learn about ongoing opportunities for collaborative learning.

This webinar is brought to you by the National Training and Technical Assistance Center for Child, Youth and Family Mental Health (NTTAC), operated by the National Technical Assistance Network for Children’s Behavioral Health (TA Network), funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Center for Mental Health Services, Child, Adolescent and Family Branch.

Register now!

WINTER SHELTER for transitional age youth (18-15)

Los Angeles County HIV Drug & Alcohol Task Force

The mission of PTYF is: to provide comprehensive education, health, and human services to reduce homelessness of underserved individuals, youth and families while promoting their development and enriching the communities of Los Angeles County
Participate, contribute, share, learn, and work in partnership with each other to positively impact their “Homeless” condition.
Please call for more information: (323) 920.4458
Doors Open: 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Location: “Pathways To Your Future”
Pathways to Success TAY Shelter
6900 S. Western Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90047
Because of Limited Beds, We are unable to reserve beds. Shelter Accommodations Are On A “First Come First Serve Basic”
There is no smoking and “No” illegal drugs or alcohol allowed at the Shelter
Shelter Pickup Locations:
  • 3:00pm: 628 San Julian St
  • 3:30pm: Corner of Gage & Broadway
  • 4:00: DPSS 108TH Central Ave.
  • 4:30pm: Corner of 88th & Broadway
Shelter Walk-ins: Doors Open: 5:00 pm to…

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01/13/16 HIV MHTF meeting reminder and agenda

The HIV Mental Health Task Force wants to invite you to the first meeting of 2016.

The meeting is on Wed 01/13/16 from 9:30am – 11:30am at the Village (1125 N. McCadden Place, near Highland & Santa Monica Blvd).


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