Join us for our October 14 CNOCC meeting with our speaker Detective Chris Kent from the Yarmouth Police Department who will update us on current drug trends affecting the Cape Cod community. Sharing his experiences, warning signs of drug use, and more importantly, ways to combat the drug problem on Cape Cod, Chris helps community members and providers alike become more aware and educated on drug use. Detective Chris Kent is a 24 year veteran of police work and has been with the Yarmouth Police Department since 1993. He is currently assigned to the Detective Division and primarily investigates drug cases. Detective Continue reading
It’s time for the Lights on Afterschool Child & Family Fair once more! Kerry Bickford, from the Barnstable County Extension 4-H Youth Development Program & Ruth Provost, Boys and Girls Club of Cape Cod, are cohosting again this year and it’s on Thursday, October 23 from 4:30-6 at the Boys & Girls Club of Cape Cod with vendor set up at 4:15. This year’s special honoree is Ray Tamasi from Gosnold. If you are a NON-PROFIT THAT SERVES CHILDREN & FAMILIES and would like a FREE SPACE at the FAIR, let us know! We usually ask if vendors can share a Continue reading
Medical Providers, Mental Health Clinicians, Social Service Providers, Community Leaders and Mothers and Family Advocates with lived experience are invited to attend this FREE TRAINING Hosted by Cape Cod Child Development on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM At the MSPCC Hyannis 206 Breeds Hill RD Hyannis, MA 02601 Promoting Maternal and Infant Mental Health: MotherWoman Community-Based Perinatal Support Model For More Information and to Register Click here GAIN AN UNDERSTANDING OF PERINATAL DEPRESSION: Risk factors and spectrum of symptoms associated with perinatal depression and other perinatal emotional complications like anxiety, OCD, PTSD and psychosis Impact Continue reading
On September 15, 2014, Dr. Donald Meichenbaum will hold a daylong workshop for Cape & Islands clinicians, social workers, and service providers. 7 CEU’s for LMHC’s and SW’s are available for attendees. Returning veterans and GLBT youth are at high risk for developing psychiatric disorders and adjustment problems, as well as for violence toward others and themselves. This workshop will explore the challenges faced by each group and the long-range impact of exposure to traumatic and victimizing experiences. The major focus will be on ways to bolster resilience in these groups. Specific ways to assess for risks and nurture protective factors will be Continue reading
The CNOCC Steering Committee is planning the meeting schedule for this year. Below is a link to a brief, three question, survey to help us focus on topics and issues of interest to our membership. Please click here to share your interests.