Webinars

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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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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The Soteria Experience: Home, not Hospital

The CAFÉ TA Center recently hosted The Soteria Experience: Home, not Hospital, a free webinar on how Soteria Houses offer an alternative recovery path for people with serious mental health conditions.  View the recording here. The belief that people with schizophrenia can’t or won’t recover has been debunked through numerous longitudinal studies. Yet, much misunderstanding

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Recovery Cafés: Creating Communities of Healing

The CAFÉ TA Center hosted a webinar on how Recovery Cafés can support recovery, build community, and counter isolation, on Wednesday, June 28th at 3:00 EDT. View the recording here! US Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy, recently released a report on the impact of loneliness and isolation on physical and emotional well-being, “Our Epidemic of

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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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CAFE TAC Presents: Recovery High Schools: Fostering Resilience and Healing

The CAFÉ TA Center hosted a free webinar on the role of Recovery High Schools in supporting the mental health and wellbeing of transition-age youth on Wednesday, April 26th at 3:00 EDT. View the recording here! The challenges faced by young people today are well-known and readily visible in the media. Increased suicide rates, incidences

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Master Your Personal Narrative: Storytelling As A Leadership Tool

Many in the peer support and recovery community are familiar with the idea of sharing one’s story in a personal recovery context. But what else can your story do? The CAFÉ TA Center’s training series, Master Your Personal Narrative: Storytelling As A Leadership Tool, broadens the idea of the personal recovery narrative and discusses how

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A Webinar and Learning Community Series on Peer-Run Crisis Alternatives

CAFÉ TAC invites you to attend its webinar and Learning Community series, Peer-Run Crisis Alternatives: Warm Lines, Respites, Wellness Centers, Community Response Teams, and PAD’s.  Register here! Mental health systems of care are rapidly evolving to include expanded roles for peer- and consumer-run services, and this trend is especially prevalent in crisis response. In this

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Join a Conversation about Intellectual and Developmental Disabilites and Mental Health Disabilities

The CAFÉ TA Center invites you to join a conversation that will explore the intersection of psychiatric disabilities and intellectual or developmental disabilities, including common experiences and priorities, and ways to develop a shared vision of person-centered systems of care. This conversation began with a webinar that was hosted on March 30. View the recording

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