Prospective participants: Please note that session dates for 2016- 17 are still TBD, and should be posted in early September 2016. Past participants: You will note that we have removed the resources from our 2015- 16 sessions. In-class Modules take place in the Faculty & Staff Learning Facility, Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room B176.
Learn from Volunteer Relations staff about their implementation of a Vision for Volunteering at Queena€™s and the work done towards professionalizing the processes and tools that support volunteer involvement with the university. Join us and begin learning how you too can explore a framework for your own volunteer network, and how you can enhance the experience of volunteering among your stakeholders. Learn how to leverage the Queena€™s Alumni Volunteer Opportunities Directory (VOD), an online forum for volunteer recruitment, information and professional development. The VOD provides a means for Queena€™s staff to post alumni volunteer roles, and for alumni to match their skills, experience, and interests with volunteer opportunities that are right for them. Learn how Alumni Relations & Annual Giving has developed a comprehensive orientation strategy for close to 300 student volunteers each year to prepare them for Homecoming weekend. In this online self-directed module,A learn how to approach volunteer recognition and evaluation in meaningful ways. As with the in-class modules, be sure to register for Module 4 through Queena€™s Human Resources Learning Catalogue in order to have your work counted towards your QVEC completion.
Best of All: Quick Reference Guide to Effective Volunteer ManagementA provides an excellent summary of volunteer management best-practice. The Volunteer Management Handbook: Leadership Strategies for SuccessA provides up-to-date and in-depth practical guidance for actively managing volunteer teams.
Queen's University is distinguished by excellence and leadership in volunteerism.A We see a diverse community where volunteers are engaged in support of Queen's as valued and integral partners and where their contributions are respected, recognized, and championed.
Would you like the opportunity to professionalize your credentials with a Queena€™s certification in volunteer management?
If youA are looking for a particular resource, please dona€™t hesitate toA email us, and we would be happy to send it to you directly.
Templates and tools will help you create a consistent and standardized orientation program. Examples from Queena€™s Alumni Relations & Annual Giving and external resources will provide you with strategies to ensure volunteers feel valued as integral partners. This session will provide you with practical tools, resources and supports to recognize and effectively manage risks within your volunteer program. Easy-to-digest chapters with clearly defined strategies and tactics make this a must-have for your volunteer management library! The demand is tremendous, as each and every day more and more youth are abused and either run away or forced out on the streets because of neglect. If so, consider registering for QVEC, a certificate program designed especially for Queena€™s faculty and staff who work with volunteers.

Many turn to crime in order to support their addictions which have come about because of abuse and neglect simply to kill their pain. Presented by Internationally Certified Volunteer Relations staff, QVEC will provide practical tools and techniques to manage volunteers within the higher-education context. At present we are seeking land to build a new retreat to enable us the opportunity to house at least 200 +A youths. This facility will be a research facility to prove our thesis which is; Through nouthetic Biblical counseling individual youths with mental illness can find complete healing. We are certain that we can completely heal at the very least 50% of 70% of those diagnosed with a mental illness. However, they have convinced the American public that this is the best America has to offer and even salute themselves as having done a great job. They will also pay for the building out of their facilities & furnish all the equipment such as cameras, audio and video equipment and editing equipment.
At present, until contracts can be negotiated with management, doctors and nurses, etca€¦ All will be estimated cost for our annual budget.
At present we do know our basic cost of operation for general expenses such as hourly employees, cost for utilities, etca€¦ Our basic cost is $12,740 per month per 10 clients.
Our de-tox units are separate from our regular monthly operations in respect to cost to our clients as well as our regular monthly expenses. Our regular monthly cost per resident is around $1,700, however, our 28 day de-tox program we charge $10,000 for a 28 day program, most of which is paid by insurance.
So, for illustration purposes and the purpose of this article we handle our regular program of recovery, which is at least a six month program, but many end up in either our 1 or 2 year program differently and separate from our de-tox. Do we continue to throw trillions of $$$ into a industry where no healing ever takes place? Or, do we re-route our hard earned $$$ & put it into a program where people actually find complete healing and are set free from their bondage of medication?I would like to now thank my reader from the bottom of my heart for the time you took out of your busy schedule to read this whole article. It is my prayer and desire that you learned much about the mental health industry you didna€™t know before. As said before, there is a wealth of information out there that supports my thesis if one were to want to take the time and effort to research this topic. I hope and pray that you may see very clearly that by uniting with Hope Retreat of the South with your money, timeA  and any other resources that we together may totally heal at least 70% of those who have been diagnosed with a mental illness. However, it is important to show our government and these corporations there is public support in order for them to give us such grants there must be foundational donors who support us. After watching the whole video, ask yourself how sharing the love Christ our Lord has for these youthA may make a tremendous difference in their lives.Though since we opened our first retreat in 2000-2001 in Lewiston Maine, a resident program working with both men and women with addictions, we have also worked with battered and abused women, at risk and troubled youth, a program for the elderly and orphanages around the world, our goal has always been to help shape our culture positively in the most productive way. When we chose to re-open Nashville we had board meeting where we decided to have the greatest impact on shaping our whole culture positively we should concentrate our whole effort in working with at risk and troubled youth, as the youth of today are our tomorrowa€™s leaders.
It was decided we would build a facility which we could house 200+ youth in cottage setting with house parents who will give these youth a family type setting.

I will break down these phases and discuss further what is available and programs at this facility for these youth, however, first allow me to explain why at the beginning of this article I stated you are already paying for such a facility.For the purpose of this article we are just going to address a percentage of the youth we serve, those with mental illness. We can build out our whole facility with a fraction of the cost that Americans are already spending on youth with mental illness.i»?CALLING ALL CHRISTIANS!!OUR PHILOSOPHYA  IS SIMPLEWe believe that every answer for a broken life can be found in Jesus Christ through His Word. 70% of the many who are diagnosed with a chemical imbalance, thus the cause of their mental illness, it is not a chemical imbalance at all until meds are applied, but more a sin problem verses mental illness, and when I say this I do not mean to imply it is a sin of our youth, but could be a sin of someone else. We have found and proven by adding a spiritual component to a clinical approach to mental illness the results can be astonishing. We have found through Nouthetic Biblical counseling 70% of those diagnosed with mental illness can be completely healed and never having to return to their meds or doctors that the doctors and the pharmacy industry have convinced our society these clients would have to remain on for their lifetime, and have to continue going to their doctor to have them to continue to prescribe these meds. A This is a completely created need & multi- billion dollar industry by the pharmacy industry and doctors.
Though, through extensive research you will find sufficient evidence to support our thesis, you would be hard pressed to find a handful of people from the medical field who would support it. Whereas Kirsch concludes that antidepressants are probably no more effective than placebos, Whitaker concludes that they and most of the other psychoactive drugs are not only ineffective but harmful. He begins by observing that even as drug treatment for mental illness has skyrocketed, so has the prevalence of the conditions treated:The number of disabled mentally ill has risen dramatically since 1955, and during the past two decades, a period when the prescribing of psychiatric medications has exploded, the number of adults and children disabled by mental illness has risen at a mind-boggling rate. Thus we arrive at an obvious question, even though it is heretical in kind: Could our drug-based paradigm of care, in some unforeseen way, be fueling this modern-day plague?a€?The mental health industry has turned mental illness into an epidemic, practically a plague and the cost to America society is astonishing.
Whereas conditions such as schizophrenia and depression were once mainly self-limited or episodic, with each episode usually lasting no more than six months and interspersed with long periods of normalcy, the conditions are now chronic and lifelong. Whitaker believes that this might be because drugs, even those that relieve symptoms in the short term, cause long-term mental harms that continue after the underlying illness would have naturally resolved.
Antipsychotics cause side effects that resemble Parkinsona€™s disease, because of the depletion of dopamine (which is also depleted in Parkinsona€™s disease). As side effects emerge, they are often treated by other drugs, and many patients end up on a cocktail of psychoactive drugs prescribed for a cocktail of diagnoses. The episodes of mania caused by antidepressants may lead to a new diagnosis of a€?bipolar disordera€? and treatment with a a€?mood stabilizer,a€? such as Depokote (an anticonvulsant) plus one of the newer antipsychotic drugs. One well- respected researcher, Nancy Andreasen, and her colleagues published evidence that the use of antipsychotic drugs is associated with shrinkage of the brain, and that the effect is directly related to the dose and duration of treatment.Andreasen explained to The New York Times, a€?The prefrontal cortex doesna€™t get the input it needs and is being shut down by drugs. In the case of the mentally ill this is the wasting away of the brain.i»?A look at Mental Illness Policy.

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