01/12/2022
2022 NAMI In-Person Family-to-Family Class (Session 1)
6-8:30pm
NAMI Family-to-Family is a free, 8-session educational program for family, significant others and friends of people with mental health conditions.The program is taught by NAMI-trained family members who have been there, and includes presentations, discussions and interactive exercises. Sign up at https://namivalleyofthesun.org/event/virtual-nami-family-to-family-class-session-1/

01/17/2022
Hearts of Hope Caregiver Discovery Workshops
FREE for caregivers and at-risk youth
Through these helpful sessions, participants will learn how to take better care of themselves in high stress settings, recognize why challenging behaviors happen and how to handle them, use positive psychology to get better results, gain awareness of self and how the world around them affects quality of life, and create a simple, effective, self care plan. Email hope@openheartsaz.org to enroll.

01/17/2022
Dr. Martin Luther King Day Holiday
See https://arizonamlk.wixsite.com/azmlkorg/events for local events!

01/22/2022
FREE Family Resources Fair
9-11am
Special event for families with children birth to 5 diagnosed with developmental delays or special needs. Join for free activities, books, resources, and raffles. Held at Sentinel Building, 320 N Commerce Park loop, (Bonita, Near Congress and I-10). Supported by Rights for Families Committee.

01/22/2022
ATTITUDE: A mental health summit for African American women
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM MST
Created by and for the African American community, Social Roots aims to challenge the ATTITUDE we as African American people have in our community surrounding mental and behavioral health. ATTITUDE provides a safe space to learn, engage, and explore mental health concerns with African American women professionals. 1101 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004, USA. Visit https://www.socialrootsllc.org/event-details/attitude-a-mental-health-summit-for-african-american-women-2022

03/05/2022
Recovery Empowerment Network 5K Run
9am Foothills Park | 5708 W Union Hills Drive Glendale, AZ 85308
This journey may only be 5K, but it is filled with adventure and amusement. Your adventure will have you mingling with plants, hobnobbing with bumblebees, joking with butterflies, and dodging wasps and hornets. At the finish line, there will be extended festivities including raffles, games, and competitions. Come on out and join us as we support mental health services in our community.

03/30/2022
4th Annual Children of Incarcerated Parents National Conference
Virtual Event
the 4th Annual Children of Incarcerated Parents National Conference will take place virtually on March 30th, April 6th, and 13th, 2022. This year's conference theme will be: Leading the Future: Young People as Partners for Change. The goal of these conferences is to create awareness, collaboration, expansion of programming, and advocacy for children of incarcerated parents. This year, we continue these goals with a focus on elevating the voices of children, youth, and families whose lives have been impacted by incarceration. Email childwellbeing@asu.edu for more information.

04/06/2022
4th Annual Children of Incarcerated Parents National Conference
Virtual Event
the 4th Annual Children of Incarcerated Parents National Conference will take place virtually on March 30th, April 6th, and 13th, 2022. This year's conference theme will be: Leading the Future: Young People as Partners for Change. The goal of these conferences is to create awareness, collaboration, expansion of programming, and advocacy for children of incarcerated parents. This year, we continue these goals with a focus on elevating the voices of children, youth, and families whose lives have been impacted by incarceration. Email childwellbeing@asu.edu for more information.

04/13/2022
4th Annual Children of Incarcerated Parents National Conference
Virtual Event
the 4th Annual Children of Incarcerated Parents National Conference will take place virtually on March 30th, April 6th, and 13th, 2022. This year's conference theme will be: Leading the Future: Young People as Partners for Change. The goal of these conferences is to create awareness, collaboration, expansion of programming, and advocacy for children of incarcerated parents. This year, we continue these goals with a focus on elevating the voices of children, youth, and families whose lives have been impacted by incarceration. Email childwellbeing@asu.edu for more information.