Start the new year with a weekly habit that brings happiness!
This Happiness Habits Wellness Series is a free and ongoing half-hour program in partnership between JFS, the Kansas City Public Library, and the Greater Kansas City Mental Health Coalition.
Jewish Family Services Mental Health team can provide needed support through its broad-reaching, holistic approach to mental health with the goal of enhancing the well-being of individuals, families, and communities.
JFS provides services to all regardless of faith, age, culture, or lifestyle.
One current effort is Happiness Habits Wellness Series, a free and ongoing program in partnership between JFS, the Kansas City Public Library, and The Greater Kansas City Mental Health Coalition. (Note: The coalition has more than 35 members from across the metro.)
Happiness Habits is a half-hour program taking place at 3 p.m. Mondays via Zoom.
The focus is on how to manage the uncertainty of our daily lives with simple habits fostering happiness regardless of our circumstances. Each half-hour interactive program has a theme.
Happiness Habits Topics
March 8: Traditions that create Happiness
March 15: Media Intakes impact on Happiness
March 22: How Games can create Happiness
March 29: Finding Happiness Outside
The program is open to anyone, but registration is required through the library’s website.
In addition, JFS has a team of trained therapists and clinicians who can work with all ages and helping guide people through mental health conditions, behavioral health problems, relationship challenges, and aging issues. With the current COVID-19 situation, counselors are able to meet with clients via phone or Zoom. JFS offers a sliding scale with confidential financial assistance available. Whether it is a one-time visit or a need for ongoing support, JFS can help.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (913) 327-8250.