- Early Intervention by building social capital and integrating services that respond to adversity - rather than just pathology - into settings like schools
- Creating Effective Treatment that offers equitable access to evidence based mental health services, and
- Diverting Incarceration by shifting towards healing-centered care in communities
Seneca Family of Agencies was selected as one of 12 finalists to receive an SF Battery Powered grant for our Unconditional Education work in the Bay Area! Last week Robin Detterman, Executive Director of School Partnerships, shared the stage with the 11 other finalists during Battery Powered Organization Night to collectively demonstrate how each organization is tackling the issue of mental health by focusing on:
Robin illustrated how Seneca prioritizes mental health through its Unconditional Education school partnership model that helps transform schools into inclusive communities that serve all students. If selected, Battery Powered funding would support Unconditional Education efforts in Oakland, California, supporting up to 1,300 students and 100 school staff. We are so grateful for this recognition and opportunity to highlight Unconditional Education alongside so many passionate and amazing organizations working diligently to address mental health in our communities. Check out highlights from Organization Night and read Healed People Heal People... on the Battery Powered website. Express what #UnconditionalEducation means to you and join the conversation by sharing their Facebook Post!
All-In! Partnership Team