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Date: 5/18/2022
Subject: Copy of Special Events Update from LCVRC
From: Todd Holcomb



 
Upcoming Special Events
with link and info updates
 
We wanted to provide a direct link to Community Resilience Initiative's website as the host of the Polyvagal Training and the CRI 7th Annual Conference.
 
Also, the Clarkston EPIC summer event will be taking place at Beachview Park in Clarkston at Chestnut St &, 2nd St, Clarkston, WA 99403.

Join us at Clarkston EPIC's Town Hall tonight in lieu of our regularly scheduled LCVRC Meeting.

POLYVAGAL-BASED INTERVENTIONS FOR TRAUMA PREVENTION AND RESOLUTION IN FIRST RESPONDERS
Sponsored by the Idaho Resilience Project
 
 
The Idaho Resilience Project is bringing Polyvagal-based Intervention training opportunities to multiple communities across the state. Individuals who are masters-level mental health practitioners or are graduate students in mental health professions are welcome to attend.
 
May 18 -19: Coeur d'Alene, ID - Station #2 3850 Ramsey Road
 
June 6-7: Twin Falls, ID- TBD
 
June 23-24: Idaho Falls, ID - Station #1 343 E. Street
 
June 29-30: Nampa, ID - Nampa Fire Dept 300 W. Railroad Street
 
  
COMMUNITY RESILIENCY MODEL 2022 TRAININGS
Brought to you by NAMI Idaho and the Idaho Resilience Project
 
 
The Community Resiliency Model (CRM) trains community members to not only help themselves, but to help others within their wider social network.
  • Understand the autonomic nervous system and its role in stress/trauma and healing.
  • Learn how to better identify & connect with resilience and well being.
  • Widen the “Resilient Zone."
 
Caldwell, ID | March 31 - April 1
 
Twin Falls, ID | April 14 - April 15
 
Coeur d’ Alene | May 24 - May 25
 
Lewiston, ID | May 26 - May 27
 
Pocatello, ID | June 1 - June 2
 
 

YES! YOUTH ENRICHMENT SUMMER SOCIAL
 

June 4th, 2022 from 11:00am – 3:00pm by Clarkston EPIC Coalition, Asotin Co. Parks & Rec and the Boys and Girls Club.

 

The Youth Enrichment Summer Social (YES!) is family fun event to inform our community about activities and resources available to youth and families over the summer. Join us at Beachview Park in Clarkston at Chestnut St &, 2nd St, Clarkston, WA 99403. There will be family games, food and local organizations and businesses are participating to share their information.

 

CRI’s 7th Annual Conference, which is themed The Resilience Strategy Showcase, will be held virtually on June 29th and 30th, with two days of pre-conference training preceding the conference.
 
The Resilience Showcase will feature practitioners from around the country representing a variety of community sectors.  They will share innovative strategies that will expand your toolbox and spark your creativity to develop your own unique resilience strategies.
 

JOIN the Coalition!

The LC Valley Resilience Coalition (LCVRC) is a nonprofit organization whose work is guided by a Board of Directors. Our goal is to eliminate ACEs in our region.

 

We work together with non-profit organizations, state & county agencies, companies, schools, parents, teens, and young children to raise awareness of the effects of ACEs and connect us all to resources so we can build our own resilience and transform our responses to trauma.

 

 This is a long-term goal. We will accomplish this goal working with our community members throughout our region of eastern Washington, northern Idaho, and northeast Oregon. We raise awareness by providing trainings, presentations, meetings, events, and conferences.

 
If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact us for an application! 
 
LC Valley Resilience Coalition
P.O. Box 586
Clarkston, WA 99403

 Email: lcvrcinfo@lcvrc.org

Todd Holcomb: 208-704-9739

LCVRC
The LCVRC website will be utilized as a focal point for providing information to the community, recruiting members, advertising special events, distributing information via email lists and resource lists, and providing the ability to receive payments for membership, events and any items or material the organization may charge for.

lcvrcinfo@lcvrc.org

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