EXTON, PA — Compass Mark is partnering with Millersville University to host the Positive Change Conference on October 20 and 27, 2021. This virtual conference is supported by the Lancaster County Drug & Alcohol Commission and is open to professionals and community members interested in the topics of mental health, substance use, and prevention.
This year’s conference theme, Zooming Out: Mapping the Path Ahead, will examine how we can best deliver services that are informed and aligned with the impacts of the pandemic, at both the individual and community levels. Keynotes include “Loss & Grief: A Modern Lens for Practical Interventions” by Tami Micsky, DSW, and “Hold the Space: Validating the Collective Trauma Experiences of Youth and Families During COVID-19” by Leah Mundy-Maher, MSW.
Compass Mark is a non-profit organization with a mission to prevent addiction through education, skill-building, and community mobilization. The organization provides prevention services to individuals, schools, and community organizations throughout Chester County.
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