Partnering With Evolve

We’re always happy to partner with schools to raise awareness of common mental health issues teens struggle with today. Whether it’s anxiety, depression, relationships, substance use, or any other problem, we’re here to offer our knowledge and experience. We understand that educating teens while dealing with these issues is difficult and complex. That’s why we’re here to help. In the past, our licensed clinicians have led Mental Health Awareness Evenings, Wellness Programs, and Parent Information Sessions.

Please be in touch with us if you believe we can serve as a resource for your school.

View or download digital versions of the following helpful resources:

Virtual Support Groups for Parents

Our weekly virtual support groups offer practical guidance and emotional support. This group is a safe space to connect, share resources, and talk through potential challenges. This group is open to members of the community.

Visit our Virtual Parent Support Group Registration page to sign up for an upcoming group.

Community Workshops for Parents and Families

Once a month, Evolve hosts a webinar for parents and families who would like to learn more about mental health topics so they can best support their teens and improve family dynamics.

Visit our Events page for a list of upcoming webinars and links to register. As dates and topics are confirmed, we will add workshops and seminars, so check back often for updates. We hope you will join us for these educational opportunities!

Videos from previous Community Workshops for Parents and Families

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Understanding Trauma in Teens

2 months ago

In this presentation, learn about what trauma is and how trauma impacts a sense of safety and the ability to cope with everyday life...

53:29

How to Get Your Teen to Talk to You

3 months ago

As a parent, all you want is to have a close relationship with your child: to love them, guide them and help support them. Through the...

01:00:33

Managing High-Risk Behaviors in Teens

4 months ago

Managing teens who engage in dangerous, harmful, costly or otherwise high-risk behaviors can be extremely challenging and stressful for...