Upcoming Local PAM Activities

Talk Early & Talk Often

5/28/22

5/28/22

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Alternatives for Girls - Detroit, MI

A two hour workshop for parents/caregivers to learn effective ways to talk to your tweens and teens about sex

Contacts Name:

Candice Woods

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Alternatives for Girls

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248-787-7650

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Free

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Wayne

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PIHP Region 7

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LGBTQ+ Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Gender Expression!

5/25/22

5/26/22

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Virtual

Parents and Supportive adults, we invite you to join us in this gathering space for an open and honest dialogue about sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression. As parents, we want to do everything in our power to make sure our children grow up happy, healthy and safe. We do our best, and for our LGBTQ+ kidswe have to learn a littlemore to ensure their happiness, health and safety. This webinar will give you straight forward answers along with resources, and special guest, Daniel, will share his experiences as a Trans Youth. The featured speaker for this webinar will be Kim Phillips-Knope, Project Lead, Michigan Department of Education, LGBTQ+ Students Project. This webinar will be moderated by Barb Flis, Founder of Parent Action for Healthy Kids and creator of Talk Early&TalkOften.

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Barb Flis

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Parent Action for Healthy Kids

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248-573-7469

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No Cost

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Understanding STI’s and HIV

4/27/22

4/28/22

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Virtual

2021 saw the most reported cases ever of many Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs). At the same time there is good news in HIV prevention. Undetectable = Untransmittable (U = U) is something we can celebrate. We invite you to hear how these two phenomena are related and what parents and sexual health providers need to know to help youth stay healthy and safe.

The featured speaker for this webinar is Amy Peterson, MPH. Amy is the STI Interventions Unit Manager in the Division of HIV and STI Programs at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. The webinar will be moderated by Barb Flis, Founder of Parent Action for Healthy Kids and creator of Talk Early & Talk Often parent programming.

All parents and supportive adults are invited to attend this free event!
Wednesday, April 27, 2022 from 6:30 – 8 pm ET

Contacts Name:

Barb Flis

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Parent Action for Healthy Kids

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248-573-7469

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No Cost

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The 9th Annual Showalition Showcase

4/19/22

4/19/22

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Virtual

An event to showcase local prevention coalitions in Michigan and provide coalitions and prevention professionals with the tools needed to reduce underage drinking.

Contacts Name:

Mike Tobias

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MCRUD

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517-393-6890

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$40 General Admission Fee, $30 MCRUD Affiliation, $20 Student , Scholarships Available upon request.

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The Reality's of Alcohol and Pregnancy

4/4/22

4/4/22

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Virtual Event

On April 4th, 2022 from 6:30pm - 7:30pm join CARE of Southeastern Michigan for an informative virtual discussion on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and the effects of marihuana on pregnancy. Approved for one MCBAP credit.

Contacts Name:

Teresa Sander

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Care of southeastern michigan

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586-218-5280

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Free

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"Old School VS New School"

3/31/22

3/31/22

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@NCADDPREVENTION Facebook page

Join us in helping to end the stigma of SUD and mental health. Information + Education = Prevention. Old School VS New School - a fun family feud prevention game. This event will be live streamed on the @NCCADDPREVENTION Page

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ncadd-detroit.org

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ncadd-Detroit

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313-868-1340

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Free

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Tak Early & Talk Often - Parenting with Your Whole Brain!

3/24/22

2/25/22

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Virtual

A new Talk Early & Talk Often® program for parents makes its debut on March 24th. Talk Early & Talk Often -- Parenting with Your Whole Brain! will introduce parents and supportive adults to a practice utilizing the whole brain and centering their body so they can bring forward the confidence, compassion and wisdom that is within each of them. Parents really do have all they need, there is nothing to be fixed. It's just a matter of putting it into practice. We hope you will join us for this new program. We thank Planned Parenthood of Michigan for hosting this workshop.

Contacts Name:

Barb Flis

Organization:

Parent Action for Healthy Kids

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Phone:

248-573-7469

Cost:

Free

County:

Oakland

PIHP Region:

PIHP-Region 3

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CARE Parenting Conference

3/6/22

3/6/22

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Virtual – in the comfort of your own home!

Join us on Saturday, March 5, 2022, and spend the day with other parents, caregivers, grandparents, foster parents, teachers, and more at CARE’s Parenting Conference. In regards to everyone’s health and safety, this year’s conference will be virtual. Learn new skills and resources that will help you and the children in your life, featuring keynote speaker, Bernie Les, Ph.D.

Contacts Name:

Teresa Sandner

Organization:

CARE of SouthEast Michigan

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Phone:

586-541-2273

Cost:

$20

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PIHP-Region 9

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Talk Early & Talk Often

2/25/22

2/25/22

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Location:

Virtual

Talk Early, Talk Often® is a nationally recognized workshop aimed at helping parents, caregivers, and trusted adults talk with their tweens and teens about abstinence and sexuality. The workshop helps adults recognize and use opportunities to open the door for conversation, listen, and respond with greater confidence and skill. The Talk Early, Talk Often® program is in its 16th year of guiding parents and caregivers on ways to keep the door open to quality conversations with their kids. This workshop is hosted by Planned Parenthood of Michigan

Contacts Name:

Barb Flis

Organization:

Parent Action For Healthy kids

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Phone:

248-573-7469

Cost:

Free

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Oakland

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PIHP-Region 3

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Webinar and Dialogue with Experts Series: Improving Outcomes for Families Affected by Prenatal Alcohol Exposure

2/23/22

2/25/22

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Location:

Virtual

Join NCSACW and Dr. Ira J. Chasnoff for a two-part session on improving outcomes for families affected by prenatal alcohol exposure. Other than tobacco, alcohol remains the most commonly used substance during pregnancy. Prenatal alcohol exposure has stronger long-term effects on child growth, behavior, cognition, and achievement than other substances. The first session covers: -Identification of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) during birth and early childhood -Strategies to assist parents or caregivers with children affected by prenatal alcohol exposure -How Plans of Safe Care (POSC) can link parents to services and supports -Examples of screening tools

Contacts Name:

Louise Montag

Organization:

Prevention Network

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Phone:

5173936890

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Free

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