b'Adult Services WRAPWellness RecoveryLifelong LearningAction Plan Courtice Branch, The Great RoomTech AssistSession 1: Friday, September 20 th ; orCourtice BranchSession 2: Friday, December 6 th Mondays, October 21 stto 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.December 9 thAdvanced registration required through4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Durham Mental Health Services at Get personalized tech support! 905-666-0483 or wrap@dmhs.ca.Meet one-on-one with a student The Wellness Recovery Action Plan, or WRAP,volunteer for help with email, setting up smartphone is a self-management tool grounded in the mentalfeatures and apps, privacy settings, managing health concepts of hope, education, personalphotos and videos, or navigating social media. responsibility, self-advocacy, and support. This process helps you address physical, mental health,Student Volunteer Opportunities and life issues, aiding you in getting well, stayingAvailable!well, and making your life the way you want it to be.Earn your community service hours required for Explore self-help tools including peer counselling,high school! Please note that a three-month time focusing exercises, relaxation, and stress reductioncommitment is required for Tech Assist.techniques. Also learn about resources for keepingFor more information about ways you can well and helping yourself feel volunteer, flip to page 5 or visit www.clarington-better in difficult times.library.on.ca/studentvolunteers. Presented in partnership with Durham Mental Health Services. Learn to Knit!Bowmanville Branch, DRPS WorkshopsMezzanine Level th thTuesdays, September 17to November 5Bowmanville Branch, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. Mezzanine Room Cost $49 for eight-class workshop series.6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Learn a relaxing and creative hobby, build your Presented in partnership withskills, or finally tackle that neglected stitching Durham Regional Police Service (DRPS). project! Learn how to knit or crochet from an Fraud Awareness expert, and get social with a group of like-minded crafters.Thursday, October 3 rd Please bring your current project or a ball of dish Fraud is a serious crime and can happen tocloth yarn (2 oz. cotton) and 5 mm needles to the anyone. Learn how to avoid the many scams outfirst session.there with the Major Fraud Unit. Caregivers and support staff for people with Cyber Child Protection disabilities are admitted free of charge.Thursday, October 10 th Presented in partnership with Gwen Bevan, Learn how to keep your children safe online, withSoper Creek Yarn, a special focus on social media. Bowmanville.8 Registration: www.clarington-library.on.ca/calendar 905-623-7322 x2712 Any Branch'