The Arlington Partnership for Children, Youth & Families is pleased to present the Arlington All In Conference on Saturday, March 12, from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., at the George Mason University School of Law located at 3551 Fairfax Drive, Arlington. This free event is for teens, parents, and the Community to share ideas on mental well-being and healthy relationships. The Conference aims to empower attendees with information on the following topics:
- Calming Stress and the Anxious Mind: Mindfulness Practice
- How Do We Support our LGBT+ Youth?
- Ending the Silence - Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention
- Alcohol, Marijuana, and Teen Self-Medication
- The Power and Peril of Social Media
- What Can Be Done to Stop Bullying?
- How High? Substance Use and Consent
- Empowering Positive Communication: The Teen Brain Explained
- Protecting Teens from Dating Violence
to register for Arlington All In or visit our website at apcyf.org
for more information. Conference parking is free, and the location is accessible via Virginia Square metro (Orange line) and ART buses 41, 42, and 75.
In 1999, the Arlington County and School Boards created the Partnership - a community-led organization comprised of appointed community members and designated County and School members charged with developing a consistent community agenda for Arlington’s children and families. The Partnership’s mission is three-fold: 1) researching the needs of our community; 2) advocating for improved policies and programs to meet those needs; and 3) engaging our community as part of the solution. The Partnership is excited to be working with numerous community members, local organizations, and County agencies and APS to present this unique Community experience.