Trainings

CAFE TAC and AMPSS Present: Mike and Meg Starring in The CPIEM

CAFE TAC and our friends from the Association of Mississippi Peer Support Specialists (AMPSS) recently introduced a brand new resource, The Consumer Pathways to Inclusion and Engagement Model (CPIEM) in the webinar CAFE TAC and AMPSS Present: Mike and Meg Starring in The CPIEM. View the recording here! The CPIEM is a guide book created […]

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Strengthening Families in Times of Perceived Crisis

CAFE TAC recently hosted a conversation on supporting loved ones in mental health crisis, Strengthening Families in Times of Perceived Crisis. View the recording here! Are you a family member or caregiver supporting a loved one dealing with mental health challenges and/or addiction? Then this transformative webinar is tailor-made for you! This Zoom event could

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Hearing Voices Network: De-mystifying Voices and Visions

The CAFÉ TA Center recently hosted Hearing Voices Network: De-mystifying Voices and Visions, a free webinar about alternative approaches to voice hearing and visions associated with schizophrenia and other serious mental health conditions. View the recording here! In the US, the experiences of hearing voices, having visions, or sensing or feeling things that others may

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Alternatives to Suicide: A Harm Reduction Approach

The CAFÉ TA Center recently hosted Alternatives to Suicide: A Harm Reduction Approach, a conversation about alternative approaches to suicide driven by genuine openness, recovery values, and authentic peer connection. View the recording here! Harm reduction approaches to suicide are evolving as an impactful way of understanding, validating, and supporting people experiencing deep emotional pain.

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Managing Trauma and Distress: Navigating Your Role as You Support Your Loved One’s Mental Health Challenges

Are you a family member or caregiver of a loved one with a mental health condition? Does supporting their recovery and well-being cause you stress and impact your own mental health? Then CAFÉ TAC’s recent webinar, which was held on November 16th, Managing Trauma and Distress: Navigating Your Role as You Support Your Loved One’s

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Peer-Run Warmlines and 988: Do We Really Need Both?

The CAFÉ TA Center recently hosted a free webinar on peer-run warmlines and the 988 national crisis line, “Peer-Run Warmlines and 988: Do We Really Need Both?” View the recording here! With the advent of the three-digit 988 crisis call number, questions are emerging about the differences between peer-run warmlines and 988, how these two

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Family Mental Health: Tips, Strategies, and a Great New Resource

The CAFÉ TA Center recently hosted a free webinar on how families and caregivers can support recovery and wellness for their family members with mental health conditions, “Family Mental Health: Tips, Strategies, and a Great New Resource.” View the recording here! A serious mental health condition can be difficult to navigate, both for the person

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Supports for Families Workshop Series

CAFE TAC is excited to share a new resource for people supporting friends, relations, and family members with mental health conditions, the Supports for Families Workshop Series! This interactive workshop series has been designed to help family members and caregivers of people with serious mental health conditions support their family member by promoting recovery and

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Peer-Operated Respites: Is It Time for National Standards?

The CAFÉ TA Center recently hosted a webinar on the growth of peer-run respite services and how peers and advocates can help shape it, “Peer-Operated Respites: Is It Time for National Standards?” View the recording here! Peer-Operated Respites have a long history of offering a healing option for people experiencing mental health-related crisis situations as

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CAFE TAC Presents: Experts by Experience: Paving the Way for Forensic Peer Support

The CAFÉ TA Center recently hosted a free webinar on the power and possibilities of peer support for previously incarcerated people on Wednesday, May 24th at 3:00 EDT. View the recording here! The collateral consequences of incarceration are well documented. From limited housing, ineligibility to hold certain professional licenses, and employment discrimination, people that have

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