Social Wellness

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Social Wellness

Continually being able to maintain and develop friendships and social networks. The ability to create boundaries within relationship boundaries that encourage communication, trust and conflict management. Remembering to have fun. Having supportive network of family and friends. 

Social Wellness Lunch and Learn

Join us for our Virtual Lunch and learn on Wednesday, February 8th from 12:00 pm to 12:30 pm. We will be discussing the differences between healthy and toxic relationships as well as learning more about the Response Organization in Shenandoah County. We will upload our video from the Lunch and Learn soon.

Awareness 2 Action Podcast Episode

Episode Description: On this week’s episode, we’re revisiting a conversation from Season 1 with Keith Cartwright to discuss Adverse Childhood Experiences, where prevention and health promotion should begin, and how we can build better relationships in our homes, our workplaces, and our communities.

Keith Cartwright is a Behavioral Health Wellness Consultant for the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. In this role, he leads the statewide initiative to grow awareness in communities about the developmental impacts of adverse childhood experiences. To date, the initiative has trained over 200 ACE Interface trainers and presenters in Virginia. Keith also works part-time as the Alcohol and Drug Education Coordinator at Randolph-Macon College. 

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