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This Free 2 - Day Conference for Parents, Professionals, and Community is the largest conference of its kind in Los Angeles.

Tools for Transformation brings together renowned experts in medicine, law, education, and advocacy to provide families with cutting edge information and resources on national and state immigration, education, health care and disability policies. 

This conference includes 18 workshops and seminars led by recognized experts. A health and education resource fair provides families the opportunity to connect with experts, service providers, disability rights attorneys, and other special needs professionals. 

Registration Online is required. 

This is a MUST ATTEND conference for parents and professionals in the autism, developmental and learning disabilities, mental health, education, social justice and advocacy communities. 

Spanish Interpreters Available / Interpretación al Español Disponibles 

*Day 2 (April 8) will be located at: Susan Miller Dorsey High School 3537 Farmdale Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90016

*Childcare will be provided for Day 2. 

 

Leadership training workshops exploring mental health issues for African Americans in their community.

Learn "Tools for the Blues"

  • Identify signs/symptoms of mental health
  • Access culturally competent care and leadership
  • Obtain advocacy skills for your family or community
  • Discover beneficial holistic and spiritual practices

Participants can register at www.bwwla.org or by e-mail to iyatunde@bwwla.org

Participation is free - Parking fees may apply

Tuesday March 7th, 2017 | 6:00pm - 8:30pm

Black Women for Wellness

VREAM Office

4332 11th Ave

Los Angeles CA 90008

Street Parking

Leadership training workshops exploring mental health issues for African Americans in their community.

Learn "Tools for the Blues"

  • Identify signs/symptoms of mental health
  • Access culturally competent care and leadership
  • Obtain advocacy skills for your family or community
  • Discover beneficial holistic and spiritual practices

Participants can register at www.bwwla.org or by e-mail to iyatunde@bwwla.org

Participation is free - Parking fees may apply

Saturday March 4th, 2017 | 10:00am - 2:00pm

Zoe Christian Fellowship Church

10252 Mills Ave

Whillier CA 90604

Participants can register at www.bwwla.org or by e-mail to iyatunde@bwwla.org

Leadership training workshops exploring mental health issues for African Americans in their community.

Learn "Tools for the Blues"

  • Identify signs/symptoms of mental health
  • Access culturally competent care and leadership
  • Obtain advocacy skills for your family or community
  • Discover beneficial holistic and spiritual practices

Participants can register at www.bwwla.org or by e-mail to iyatunde@bwwla.org

Participation is free - Parking fees may apply

Saturday February 25th, 2017 | 10:00am - 2:00pm

Cal State University - Dominguez Hills

1000 E Victoria ST

Loker Student Union, Rm 130

Carson CA 90747

 

* Parking $6

A resource fair with companies representing:

  • schools and camps
  • recreational programs
  • financial and estate planning
  • parent support groups
  • equine therapy
  • and many more

There will be children's activities, food, and other family fun.

Sunday April 2nd, 2017 | 11:00am-3:00pm

The Help Group Autism Center

13164 Burbank Blvd. Sherman Oaks 91401

 

This session helps adults understand the reasons why people smoke, the different ways to quit smoking, and how to overcome barriers and smoking triggers. 

 

Learn how to prevent and manage high blood pressure and high cholesterol. 

This class will help you learn how to prevent and manage high blood pressure and cholesterol.    

 

  • Learn how to make better food choices and stay fit. Workshop is part of our Believe, Achieve & Succeed! Girl Empowerment Series. 
  • Due to limited space, pre-registration is required. Visit or call the Sunkist Library to register beginning January 9, 2017.
  • Participants are encouraged to attend all 4 workshops in the series in order to receive a tote bag filled with books and cool stuff.
  • Workshop is for ages 12-18 years old.
 

A class for kids ages 12-18 to learn how to make better food choices and stay fit. 

Due to limited space, pre-registration is required. Visit or call the library to register beginning January 9, 2017.

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