It Starts with You(th): YOMHE is Hiring!

The Youth Organizers of Mental Health Education (YOMHE) promote positive mental health and work to normalize discussion of suicide and suicide prevention. They train other youth on how to support friends in need through presentations and outreach. The YOMHEs create a space for youth to speak up about mental health stigma in communities of color.…

Seattle School-Based Vaccine Services

Summary: Collaboration between school district staff, school-based health centers, and community partners helped document vaccine compliance for over 99% of Seattle Public Schools students in January 2020 Community vaccine clinics bolstered efforts to improve compliance with state requirements Community and school-based efforts also promoted recommended vaccines like flu, meningitis, and HPV as well as required…

Scholarship Opportunity for Southeast Asian Students

If you work with 2020 graduating high school seniors of Southeast Asian ancestry, they may be interested in applying for the following scholarship from the Nisei Student Relocation Commemorative Fund, Inc. At least 40 awards will be available. Link to scholarship Asian Counseling and Referral Services (ACRS) is hosting the following FREE events at 3639…

Washington’s First Vietnamese LGBTQ Conference

VietQ is hosting Washington’s first Vietnamese LGBTQ conference on February 29, 2020 from 10am-4pm at Asian Counseling and Referral Services main offices. Titled “BAN – Means More Than Friends,” the conference is “for queer Vietnamese folks to share community, celebrate our lives, and engage in discussions as it relates to our intersecting identities.” Family members…

FREE Vaccination Clinic in Federal Way

Where: Federal Way High School, 30611 16th Ave S, Federal Way, WA 98003. When: Wednesday, January 15, 2020, 2:30pm – 8pm (No appointment needed!) Who can get vaccinated: Open to all King County K-12 students, up to age 18 (Please note, we are unable to vaccinate anyone aged 19 or older.) Cost: Free. There is…