Thrive Behavioral Health's Youth & Family Program and West Warwick Public Library team up to offer a free workshop to the community each month. This month the topic will be Coping Skills to educate children ages 12 and older on how to de-escalate and cope with the short-term discomfort of anxiety. Throughout the session, children will be taught coping skills, how to apply them, ways to communicate discomfort and how to manage self-care. The workshop will be held at the West Warwick Public Library on Monday, January 31st at 6:30pm. No registration is required.
These monthly grants are offered as a part of a grant from the RI Office of Library Services using funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).
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Dan Kubas-Meyer, President & CEO, of Thrive Behavioral Health, shares the mission and guiding principles of this non-profit organization which provides mental health and substance use services to children, adolescents, families and adults in Rhode Island. Call 401.732.5656 for an appointment.