Community Activities & Events

Welcome to the PSN Calendar of Community Activities and Events! Listed below are numerous educational, collaborative and emotional support opportunities for parents, caregivers and community members brought to you by PSN and its community partners.


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SN Community Collaborative Meeting (Public Welcome!)
Are you interested in reducing youth mental health stigma and supporting youth voice? Please join us for our next meeting where you will have the opportunity meet and hear from members in our community who have the same interest. Please sign-up for our newsletter to hear about upcoming meetings.

Parent Education Class: The Power of a Growth Mindset to Build Resiliency in Teens
Sponsored by CHC
February 13, 2018
6:30-8:00 pm
CHC
650 Clark Way, Palo Alto, CA
Project Cornerstone’s Executive Director, Anne Ehresman will share how Developmental Assets and a Growth Mindset strengthens relationships, motivation, and productivity.  This workshop is free, and is family and teen friendly.  Register here.

City of Palo Alto Library Parent Ed Series
Co-sponsored with Parents Place
Rinconada Library Embarcadero Room
1213 Newell Rd., Palo Alto

Get help navigating parenthood! Meets the first Thursday of every month and covers tough topics such as discipline, manners, and preparing for different life stages. Registration required.

A Heart to Heart Seminar: For Boys Only
Sponsored by Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital (LPCH)
Multiple dates in various locations
“For Boys” is for boys, 10-12 years of age, and their dads or other adult male resource person. Each class includes discussions on body changes to expect during puberty, myths vs. facts, what boys should know about girls, sexuality and sexual reproduction.

A Heart to Heart Seminar: For Girls Only
Sponsored by Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital (LPCH)
Multiple dates in various locations
“For Girls Only” is for girls, 10-12 years of age, and their moms or other adult resource person. Each class includes discussions on body changes to expect during puberty, myths vs. facts, what boys should know about girls, sexuality and sexual reproduction.

Parent Chat
Sponsored by SELPA ! CAC
2nd Tues of each month, 7-8:30pm
13 S. San Antonio Rd., Orchard Room, Los Altos
Drop-in, No Registration Required
Parent Chat is for parents/caregivers of teens and young adults who may have behavioral, emotional or mental health issues.  Download Selpa 1 CAC’s Fall Newsletter.