Health & Civic Engagement for Adults
Mental Health Awareness: Recognition & Resources
Wednesday 5/8, 7p
UDT Main Meeting Room
An overview of mental health disorders signs and symptoms, treatment options and resources for assistance.
Presenters: A professional Community Liaison at Brooke Glen Behavioral Hospital in Fort Washington and UDPD Officer Andrew Bochanski, a trained Crisis Intervention Specialist.
APPRISE Medicare Counseling
1 hour appointments available
Monday mornings: 10 am or 11 am
Library Conference Room
UDPL is offering weekly appointments for Medicare Counseling with APPRISE volunteers. The program is run by RSVP of Montgomery County. Apprise Counselors are state trained volunteers who can help you through the Medicare process. For information and for alternative locations and times, go here.
Registration required. Registration for the current week will close Friday of the previous week.
Montgomery County Community Connections
Future dates to be announced.
A Community Connection Navicate expert will be on hand to help you navigate the human services system. They can be advocates speaking on your behalf to resolve barriers connecting to services and determine if there are other options to fit your needs. For more information and alternative locations, go here. This a free service to Montgomery County residents who need help with:
- Addiction Services
- Early Childhood Education
- Legal Advice
- Maternal and Infant Care
- Mental Health Support Services
- Nutrition and Food Assistance
- Public Benefits
- Subsidized Child Care
- Support Services for Seniors
- Teens and Young Adults
- Veterans Affairs