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Culture in Prevention: Professional Development Training

The Maine Youth Action Network’s vision is for communities throughout Maine to foster the healthy development of youth and create a thriving network of engaged leaders. We do this work through a series of local and statewide initiatives, including hosting and providing training to adults. Our 2018-2019 professional development training series is designed specifically for

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Transformative Storytelling: Professional Development Training

The Maine Youth Action Network’s vision is for communities throughout Maine to foster the healthy development of youth and create a thriving network of engaged leaders. We do this work through a series of local and statewide initiatives, including hosting and providing training to adults. Our 2018-2019 professional development training series is designed specifically for

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Supporting Families, Supporting Youth: Working with LGBT Youth & Caregivers

Family connectedness and support is an important protective factor in the well-being of LGBT youth. However, many families and young people face challenges navigating their way to strong, affirming relationships.  This training is geared towards a broad range of providers representing primary care, mental health, behavioral health, educators, community, clergy, etc. who work with LGBT

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The Role of Life Experiences in Raising Healthy Children & Communities

This three-hour, inter-active session will provide participants with an introduction to the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study including what ACEs can look like, sound like, and feel like for those impacted, as well as the potential impact of toxic stress upon healthy brain development. We will explore the prevalence of ACEs in Maine as well as examine Adverse Community

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Supporting Families, Supporting Youth: Working with LGBT People and Caregivers

Family connectedness and support is an important protective factor in the well-being of LGBT youth. However, many families and young people face challenges navigating their way to strong, affirming relationships.  This training is geared towards a broad range of providers representing primary care, mental health, behavioral health, educators, community, clergy, etc. who work with LGBT

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Veteran Mentor of Maine Seminar

Our work involves Supporting and Mentoring Veterans who are involved with the Co-occurring Disorders Drug Court. You will have the opportunity to network with Court Officials, VA Representatives, Maine PreTrial Services, and other Mental Health workers on a weekly basis. You will provide mentoring, referrals for services, and occasional transportation.  The free seminar will be at the

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