During this pandemic, many organizations, groups, and people in general have found creative ways to bring community together via online events. We hope you see something you'd like to attend and support!
LPS Conservatorship Mentoring Meeting (Zoom)
Sat, Jan 23rd, 2021 @ 1pm - 5pm PST
Please join us to learn about the California involuntary mental health treatment (LPS Conservatorship) process. The program is designed to walk you through the LPS Conservatorship process beginning with placing your loved one in the hospital, acquiring financial resources (SSI, SSDI, insurance, Medi-Cal, Medicare), building a case for treatment, the legal court process, and recovery expectations. The Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT), Full Service Partnership (FSP), and the new Pilot Program for Outpatient LPS Conservatorship will also be discussed. Dr. Jonathan Sherin, Director of LACDMH, will be a guest speaker.
Class For Families With Someone Under The LPS Conservatorship (Zoom)
Sun, Jan 24th, 2021 @ 1pm - 4pm PST
This class is specifically designed to provide guidance and info for families who have a loved one under the LPS Conservatorship or the treating doctor has initiated the LPS Conservatorship. The class will cover the laws pertaining to LPS Conservatorship, renewal of the conservatorship, rights of the conservator and the conservatee, powers granted to the conservator, what to do should your loved one begins to de-compensate while under the conservatorship, and many other solutions in achieving mental health recovery.
Let's Be Whole's "Healthy Mobile Food Pantry Weekly Schedule"
FREE healthy food available every week on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays until supplies last! Walk-up or drive-up is available and wearing a mask is required. If you have a question, contact Nina Womack at firstname.lastname@example.org or (877) 594-1292.
Project Return: Peer Professional Training & Placement Program
The "Peer Professional Training & Placement Program" prepares people who are or have been consumers of mental health services for roles in the public mental health system as employees or volunteers to support the recovery of others. Project Return is accepting applications on a continual basis! To learn more about the program and to complete an application, click here.