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Achieving Whole Health
ApplicationThe Achieving Whole Health: Balancing Body, Mind and Spirit (AWH) program is a wellness program that provides the tools and skills to help Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AANHPIs) make healthy decisions. The culturally-adapted curriculum is based on the Peer Support Whole Health & Resiliency and the Peer Specialist Core Recovery Curriculum developed by the Appalachian Consulting Group.
Apply to join this free program to learn about a whole health framework to promote emotional health and well-being.• Participants will take an active role in improving their health by developing a Whole Health Goal focusing on one of the 10 life elements associated with the body, mind and spirit.
• Goals will be developed that have IMPACT – it improves their health, is measurable, is positively stated, is achievable, calls forth action, and is time limited.
• Participants will receive support through weekly peer groups and personal logs.Who can participate?
The program is for AANHPI behavioral health and peer support providers.
The program will be offered to 20 participants.
Key DatesApplication Released Feb 27Applications Due Mar 10Acceptance Letters sent Mar 14thConfirmations requested Mar 17thAWH SessionsMonday, March 27th: 3-5pm PTWednesday, March 29th: 3-5pm PTFriday, March 31st: 3-5pm PT8 weekly check ins: April 3rd to May 22nd on Mondays from 3-4pm PT