Hip Hop 2 Prevent Conference

The Faces 4 Change DFC coalition is excited to announce that registration is now open for their up coming conference, Hip Hop 2 Prevent. The website is the new hub for events, information, and more to come. Currently, it features information for our upcoming conference and our conference registration link! You can access the website…

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RVA Quits: A Great American Smokeout Series

Join the Friends of Prevention Coalition and the Richmond Behavioral Health Authority as we collaborate with community organization in this month’s RVA Quits series. We will discuss how tobacco companies have targeted people of color and explore ways to make a change. RVA Quits will kick off on November 5, 2020 from 12-1pm with a…

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Thoughtful Thursdays

In recognition of National Suicide Prevention Month, join the RBHA Prevention team and the Friends of Prevention Coalition of Richmond for “Thoughtful Thursdays”, a FREE online wellness workshop series. This month our series will provide mindfulness-based stress management tops and practices to improve overall wellness. Register for this FREE event at www.facebook.com/fopcrva or at www.fopcrva.eventbrite.com !…

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Fitness Fridays starts August 21, 2020.

The Friends of Prevention Coalition in collaboration with Richmond Behavioral Health Authority and Fit-to-go would like to invite you to join us August 21, 2020 for Fitness Fridays! Finish the week strong with FREE exercises and tips to tone and transform your body! No fancy equipment needed- exercises that use our own body weight and…

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Women, Reimagined”, a FREE online wellness workshop

In recognition of Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, join the RBHA Prevention team and the Friends of Prevention Coalition of Richmond for “Women, Reimagined”, a FREE online wellness workshop series this month. Each week, women will use mindfulness techniques to visualize a balanced, full self.  Let’s relieve stress, prevent ATOD use/suicide, and move with clarity…

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Building Resilience and Protecting your Families during COVID-19

On May 18th, there will be a parent meeting for English Speakers that is collaboratively hosted by the Shenandoah Valley Migrant Education Program, Central Shenandoah Health District and the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Service Board.  This same meeting will be presented in Spanish on May 25th. Workshop Zoom link:  https://jmu.webex.com/jmu/j.php?MTID=m227ee3fefc5c045a7dd22350293c04f   

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Get moving and dance away the stress!

Richmond Behavioral Health Authority and the Friends of Prevention Coalition are hosting a series of Facebook Live! Line dancing with KP (Kemel Patton) “the Line Dancing King”. Live Line dancing will occur on the 1st and 3rd Friday of the Month and streamed through our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/fopcrva    Join us, dance off the stress, and receive wellness…

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