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Advanced Management Series 2024

Human Service Forum Offices 203 East Street, East Hampton, MA, United States +1 more

This certificate series is designed to invest in and promote leaders from within to secure the future of the human services in Western MA. Aimed at experienced leaders who are looking to gain the skills and knowledges needed in the upper levels of human service management. This series is presented hybrid, register to attend in person or virtually.

INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION- Advanced Management 2024- CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE SUPERVISION

NCYF Building; 203 East St, Easthampton 203 East St, Easthampton, MA, United States +1 more

Now you can pick and choose topics to attend from our ADVANCED MANAGEMENT SKILLS SERIES! This certificate series is designed to invest in and promote leaders from within to secure the future of the human services in Western MA. This program will provide experienced leaders, supervisors, managers, and directors with the high level trainings to gain the skills they need to succeed as they advance in the human service field! Individual sessions are now open for registration.

May 2024 Breakfast- Strategic Planning Needs a Redo

Mount Holyoke College Willits-Hallowell Center 50 College Street, South Hadley, MA, United States

Everyone wants their organization to grow and achieve success. Do you have a plan to do that? Do you know how to build one?

HSF has worked with Jeff Wetherhold to build ours. And now he brings that process to you!

Networking, thought provoking presentation, and great food on May 21st.

Equity in Mental Health

How do systems of inequality and oppression affect mental health, and treatment to that health? What can we do to provide a supportive community where all individuals can find solace, understanding and validation.

The Future of Equity 

Join us as presenters from the NCCJ (The National Conference for Community and Justice) discuss what they have learned by working with high school students in their teen programs. What lessons that older generations struggled to learn, do they already know? What is their ideal equitable future? And, importantly, what can we do now to prepare to turn the future over to them?

Coffee and Catchafire Hour

Register Now This month we are focused on saving members money.  Help us help you, we are trying to reach the 1 MILLION DOLLARS IN SAVINGS for our members through Catchafire use.  How much of the million in savings is for your agency?   YOU DECIDE! Senior staff of HSF members are invited to have Coffee […]

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