Western Youth Services (WYS) is the lead agency of the RESET Toolbox. We’ve redesigned some of our most popular trainings to include in the toolbox.
Life brings challenges that sometimes require more than the help of family, friends and school personnel. At WYS, we match the right services or training to every child, family and community member.
Our integrated service model means we offer programs and trainings intended to prevent mental health issues by using wellness solutions and intervening early enough to halt behavioral or emotional issues before the point of crisis. Along the full continuum of care, we also work with youth requiring intensive mental health services.
We approach mental health and wellness in the context of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and offer solutions that not only treat the predictable negative impact of ACEs, but that look upstream to prevent them from happening in the first place.
Learn more about all of our trainings below and follow the prompts to register for as many no-cost trainings that you like.
RESET WYS LIVE Trainings on Zoom
Western Youth Services, along with five local area partners, formed the Behavioral Health Training Collaborative (BHTC), we’re offering these trainings as part of the RESET Toolbox.
One of the many benefits of working as a collaborative is the ability to provide a wide range of topics. Some of the topics include:
- Bullying Prevention
- Suicide Prevention
- Multi-Cultural Mental Health Training
- Coping with COVID-19
- Improving Family Communications
- And so much more.
RESET WYS Self-Paced Trainings
We’ve created a self-paced library of some of our most requested trainings on the topics of mental health, mindfulness, coping skills, and more.
Ready Set Resilience is a new series of brief video lessons on mindfulness geared for middle-school aged students.
If you believe that you or a loved one is currently at high-risk, call 911 or immediately transport them to a hospital. Do not attempt to access emergency mental health care through this website.
Funded by the Orange County Health Care Agency (OCHCA), Behavioral Health Services, Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.