Social Changers Episode 6 : 38,000 Veterans Experencing Homelessness

A panel discussion with Veterans. Social Changers: Episode 6 – June 29, 2022 January 2010, 76,329 veterans were living in emergency shelter, in transitional housing, or in an unsheltered place (e.g., on the streets, in cars, or in abandoned buildings). During a 12-month period (October 2009 through September 2010), an estimated 144,842 veterans spent at […]

Perinatal Mental Health: An Overview

Hosted by Anna Ribeiro, LMSW Moderated by Kathern Felton Paige Produced by Social Change Warriors Overview Introduction What are PMADs? Myths vs. reality Who is affected? Risk factors and COVID-19 Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Common symptoms in practice “Baby Blues” Postpartum depression Anxiety and panic disorders Obsessive-compulsive disorder Post-traumatic stress disorder Bipolar & psychosis […]

6 Facts About Postpartum Mental Health I Wish I Had Known Before Giving Birth

Written by Anna Ribeiro, LMSW Pregnancy and postpartum can be a whirlwind of joy, gratitude, fear, confusion, and hope. During pregnancy, so much time is spent trying to figure out how to care for your growing baby. This is only intensified after the baby is born. During this phase, we give so much care to […]

Workshop: Distracted Driving

Distracted Driving Offered in: English  Trainer: Kathern Felton Paige, MSW Session Title: Distracted Driving: Life or Death Session Category: Drivers Education Session Style: Workshop Abstract This workshop is designed to inform teenagers and adults on the impact and consequences of driving distracted.  Attendees will increase their knowledge in identifying dangerous behaviors while driving and learn […]

This is What a Desert Looks Like

Written by Marie Stamsen #foodinsecurity #fooddeserts #itsnotwhatitlookslike #feedamerica #nochildhungry Most Americans today grew up watching commercials on TV asking for donations to feed the hungry children in Africa or Southeast Asia.  Our parents guilted us into finishing our plates, reminding us that kids in far off places were much less fortunate than ourselves.  Make no […]