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Trainings and Events

Please join MHB as we announce the opening of the FY2019-2021 Community Children’s Services Fund grant cycle. We will present the updated children/youth needs assessment, announce our new funding priorities, and review the application process and schedule.


R.S.V.P. required – Limited seating available 
  Click HERE to register today!

(Please indicate the information for each attendee individually)

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Pre-Application Workshops

MHB will conduct a series of four workshops November 8th – 9th for current and potential future grantees to review the web-based grant application system and details regarding the pre-application phase of the FY 19-21 Community Children’s Services Fund grant cycle.

Click on one of the links below to register for a workshop.  The same content will be covered at all four sessions – therefore it is only necessary to register for one.

Option #1 – Wednesday, November 8th from 8:30 am – Noon

Option #2 – Wednesday, November 8th from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm

Option #3 – Thursday, November 9th from 8:30 am to Noon

Option #4 – Thursday, November 9th from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm

Please Note:  Attendance at the community meeting and/or the workshops is not a requirement to be considered for funding.

Contact Sue Culli at sculli@stlmhb.com with any questions or issues regarding registration.

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Nurturing Healthier Kids Through Prevention – A Symposium (3/22/17)

David Hawkins, Ph.D.  –  Communities That Care Co-Developer

Dr. Hawkins has studied the origin and prevention of problem behaviors among children and adolescents for more than 30 years. He is internationally known for his research on the Social Development Strategy which identifies risk and protective factors for health and behavior problems in youth across multiple domains. Dr. Hawkins is Endowed Professor of Prevention at the University of Washington, School of Social Work and was the founding director of the Social Development Research Group.

Dr. Hawkins shared his knowledge and research along with two distinguished panels including:

  • Key system leaders impacting child well-being, and
  • Service providers operating evidence-based prevention programs.

Click the following links for Communities that Care presentation and Prevention presentation

 

This event was sponsored by:  Saint Louis Mental Health Board, St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund, Office of the Mayor City of St. Louis, Office of the St. Louis County Executive, Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis, and Ready By 21 St. Louis