2015 Events

October 2015


Gender and Leadership DVAMGEnder – Friday, Oct. 23 – Information

Join us and The New York Women’s Foundation for a robust conversation about male leadership in the work to end violence against women.

shineShine the Light! Awareness Walk & Speak Out in Harlem – Oct. 26 – Information

Join us and the Upper Manhattan Domestic Violence Services Coalition for the annual Walk and Speak Out against Domestic Violence. Wear purple!

mensroundtableCONNECT Men’s Roundtable – October 29 – Information

Our Men’s Roundtable is an ongoing monthly space for all who identify as men and fathers to gather, learn, educate, and support each other maneuver through relationship challenges, raising children, and becoming allies in the movement to end gender based violence.

Fall 2015 Parent Conferences. –  October 3 & 17 – Information

Division of Family and Community Engagement is pleased to announce that Chancellor Fariña will once again open the doors of Tweed Courthouse for the Fall 2015 Parent Conferences

Public Forum for Consumers: Medicaid Managed Care and Behavioral Health – Monday 10/5/15 – Information

NYAPRS MEDICAID REDESIGN LEARNING COLLABORATIVE (MRLC) WEBINAR – Wednesday October 28th, 2015 – 12:00pm- 1:30pm – Information

DREAMS YouthBuild (ongoing)

May 2015

“No Different Than You” Video ScreeningInformation

Stigma plagues all communities, and in my attempts to reduce that stigma the youth and I created a video for Children’s Mental Health Awareness Month (May). Tiara Springer-Love

June 2015


And You Call Me Crazy: A Discussion on the Portrayal of Mental Illness In Media

Join us in a community discussion on how the media portrays people with Mental Health labels.

garnerMUSIC FOR JUSTICE – view details

Youth & Family Day Music Concert
dedicated to the memory of Eric Garner


May 2015

Mental Health Month Event – view details

In May the National Council of Negro Women, North Shore Section, recognizes Mental Health Awareness month.  To help increase awareness of mental health and reduce the stigma associated with it, NCNW is hosting “It Is Not A Secret, Mental Health Touches Us All”.

March 2015

Life After Shaolin – view flyer

The New York Urban League in collaboration with Families On The Move New York Public Library, & Staten Island Youth Justice Center. Putting perspectives to possibilities with a dynamic panel of young professionals.

February 2015

9th Annual ‘Know Your History’ Youth Empowerment Summit – view flyer

NYPD & Community: Relationship Development – information and press release

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