Classes

HIV/AIDS Training 4-Hour Class

By attending the 4-hour class you will:

  • Gain knowledge of HIV transmission and prevention
  • Personalize the facts, so that they become more meaningful
  • Strengthen the sense of your potential to adopt prevention behavior
  • Develop and practice skills connected with prevention behavior

This class meets the 4-hour class requirement for licensing and/or certification of professionals.

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HIV/AIDS Training 7-Hour Class

By attending the 7-hour class you will:

  • Gain knowledge of HIV transmission and prevention
  • Gain knowledge of HIV/AIDS facts
  • Understand HIV Testing and the role of Pre & Post-Test Counseling
  • Identify physical & psychosocial aspects of HIV
  • Recognize factors affecting your risk of transmission
  • Personalize the facts, so that they become more meaningful
  • Strengthen the sense of your potential to adopt prevention behavior
  • Develop and practice skills connected with prevention behavior

This class meets the 7-hour class requirement for licensing and/or certification of professionals.

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Suicide Prevention Training for Professionals – 3-hour Class

By attending the 3-hour session participants will be able to:

  • Have a strong understanding of screening for suicide risk
  • Identify how to make appropriate referrals for suicide concerns
  • Identify continuity of care in suicide referrals and how this fits into current medical practice
  • Identify what they should do if a client shows risk of imminent harm

This class meets the 3-hour class requirement for medical professionals.

Pricing Options:

Non-member – $75.00
Member of the Women’s Wellness Center or Human Services Council – $65.00

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Suicide Prevention Training for Professionals – 6-hour Class

By attending the 6-hour session participants will be able to:

  • Understand and utilize evidence based suicide assessment appropriate to the medical profession
  • Understand evidence based treatment and management of suicidal patients
  • Identify risk factors, population specific data, and intervention strategies for veterans
  • Distinguish between non-lethal self-harm behavior and suicidality

This class meets the 6-hour class requirement for medical professionals.

Pricing Options:

Non-member – $135.00
Member of the Women’s Wellness Center or Human Services Council – $110.00

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Other Classes

All classes are held at the Women’s Wellness Center. Visit the Women’s Wellness Center to see a description of class offerings including Yoga, Belly Dancing, Zumba and more.

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TIME IS RUNNING OUT AND WE NEED YOUR HELP TO SPREAD THE WORD!

September 11, 2020, is the last date to apply for Pandemic EBT (P-EBT).
The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Department of Social and Health Services have teamed up to create a new program called Pandemic EBT, or P-EBT, for short. These benefits will help families most impacted by the COVID-19 crisis to continue to have access to nutritious meals.

P-EBT is available for students, including children of immigrant households, who were enrolled in a K-12 school that offered a school lunch program during the 2019-20 school year AND were eligible for free or reduced-price school meals; or attended a school where meals were free for all students.

There are two ways to apply:
1. Online: www.WashingtonConnection.org (on the application, choose ‘Pandemic EBT — Emergency School Meals Program’ box in the Food Assistance section); or,
2. Call: 877–501–2233 (DSHS Customer Service Contact Center — interpreter services are available)

Additional information and translated documents are available here (k12.wa.us). Don’t miss out, apply today!
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TIME IS RUNNING OUT AND WE NEED YOUR HELP TO SPREAD THE WORD!
 
September 11, 2020, is the last date to apply for Pandemic EBT (P-EBT).  
The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Department of Social and Health Services have teamed up to create a new program called Pandemic EBT, or P-EBT, for short. These benefits will help families most impacted by the COVID-19 crisis to continue to have access to nutritious meals. 
 
P-EBT is available for students, including children of immigrant households, who were enrolled in a K-12 school that offered a school lunch program during the 2019-20 school year AND were eligible for free or reduced-price school meals; or attended a school where meals were free for all students.   
 
There are two ways to apply:  
1. Online: www.WashingtonConnection.org (on the application, choose ‘Pandemic EBT — Emergency School Meals Program’ box in the Food Assistance section); or, 
2. Call: 877–501–2233 (DSHS Customer Service Contact Center — interpreter services are available) 
 
Additional information and translated documents are available here (k12.wa.us).  Don’t miss out, apply today!