Workplace Wellness
Staying Healthy Over 60
Healthy Conversations
Healthy Conversations
Genesee Valley Health Partnership (GVHP)

Community Wellness for all ages!

Not only do our Prevention Education teams work in school settings, but we also offer community wellness for all ages!  These programs are geared toward various age groups and environments to offer learning opportunities for individuals or groups.

Team Awareness Workplace Wellness (TAWW)

Dear Leadership and Management Teams! Over the last few years, we have all had to readjust how we care for ourselves, our families, and our teams. Although we are moving forward, there is a lot to still navigate through.

Have you seen an increase with:

      • Employee stress, anxiety, and burnout?
      • Staff turnover rates and hiring challenges?
      • Productivity concerns?

Over the last few months, we’ve been hard at work, creating a wellness program that may help to promote healthier team members in your business or organization! This program seeks to improve well-being in the workplace, including mental, physical, and financial health, as well as support workplace leaders and managers in making the best decisions about these issues.

What we can help with:

      • Confidential business owner/leader discussions
      • Workshops for supervisors and employees
      • Presentations for coalition & community groups.

Interested in learning more? Please…

Wellness Initiative for Senior Education (WISE)

Are you 60 or older and looking for an opportunity to learn how to stay healthy and meet new people?

The educational program offers six lessons that cover a wide range of topics. Join us for this fun program, where you’ll meet new people and:

      • Learn about the aging process and how to make healthy lifestyle choices.
      • Celebrate this exciting stage of life and all the benefits that come with it.
      • Discuss risk factors and behaviors you should avoid to stay healthy.
      • Examine how alcohol, prescription medications and over-the-counter medications affect older adults differently and how you can avoid problems.
      • Learn how to use simple tools to help you feel more empowered about your health and the healthcare you receive.

Interested in learning more? Please…

Positive Parenting Program (Triple P)

One thing that we know is that parenting is hard! It doesn’t come with a guidebook and sometimes there are struggles that can be difficult to navigate through. That is why the team at CASA-Trinity offers free Positive Parenting Programs! 

We provide a safe, judgement free area for you to learn about different styles of parenting that might be beneficial to your family. We rely on the expertise of trained facilitators and the experience that each parent/caregiver brings. Our conversations are informative, casual and considerate of different parenting styles work for different families.

Interested in learning more? Please…

Chemung County Opioid Prevention Specialist

Contact: Matthew Moore |

Within the schools…

Having a dedicated Opioid Prevention Specialist allows us to provide programming in schools using evidence-based opioid prevention curriculums, develop youth-based programming and partner with our local coalition around Opioids and Drug Take Back events, and provide free Narcan trainings and kits to staff and community partners.

Within the community…

We will be providing free fentanyl test strips, DETERRA® Drug Deactivation Pouches, medication lock boxes, information on opioid overdoses and “Monitor, Secure, Dispose” materials, and installing Naloxboxes across the county stocked with Narcan. To assist families, we offer various support programming from those who are about to become parents to those with more complex concerns.

Naloxone/Narcan Facts: Who should receive Narcan: any person who shows signs of an opioid overdose or is suspected of an overdose.

Signs and Symptoms:

  • Unconsciousness
  • Very small pupils
  • Slow or shallow breathing
  • Vomiting
  • An inability to speak
  • Faint heartbeat
  • Limp arms and legs
  • Pale skin
  • Purple lips and fingernails

If you think someone is Overdosing: Call 911 and Administer Naloxone in 5 steps.

STEP 1: Tilt the head back, hold the device with your thumb on the bottom and two fingers on the nozzle.

STEP 2: Place the tip of the nozzle in either nostril, until your fingers touch the bottom of the individual’s nose.

STEP 3: Press and hold the plunger to release the entire dose into the individual’s nose.

STEP 4: Perform rescue breathing.

STEP 5: Wait 3 Minutes, if no change, administer another dose.

Prevention Trainings & Workshops

Our Prevention Teams are trained in various programs that can be used within schools or even at home! Offering support and education to school administration, teachers, parents and community residents is what helps us build resilience and positive relationships with each other.

Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Classes

Instructed by CASA-Trinity, in partnership with Mental Health First Aid from national Council for Mental Wellbeing and the Genesee Valley Health Partnership (GVHP).

Dates for 2024 are below and we would love for you to join us for one of Tracy’s Mental Health First Aid Classes!

Adult Mental Health First Aid: Please note, this is an ON-LINE training (2-hour pre-course work is required prior to ON-LINE training)

  • Tuesday, May 07, 2024, 8:30AM-3PM ET on ZOOM; Deadline to register is April 19, 2024.
  • Tuesday, May 28, 2024 8:30AM-3PM on-line ZOOM; Deadline to register is May 10, 2024.
  • Tuesday, June 11, 2024 8:30AM-3PM ET on ZOOM; Deadline to register is May 24, 2024.

Youth Mental Health First Aid: Please note, this is an ON-LINE training (2 hour pre-course work is required prior to ON-LINE training)

  • Tuesday, May 14 10:30AM-5PM ET, on-line ZOOM; Register before April 26, 2024
  • Tuesday, May 21, 8:30AM-3PM ET, on-line ZOOM; Register before May 03, 2024
  • Tuesday, June 4, 8:30AM-3PM ET, on-line ZOOM; Register before May 17, 2024
  • Tuesday, June 18, 8:30AM-3PM ET, on-line ZOOM; Register before May 31, 2024

Mental Health First Aid Manual

After you’ve signed up or taken a MHFA Class with Tracy, you may purchase the manual that goes along with the class.

Please note, if you have not completed the application form for this manual, please do so here before continuing. This manual is only for those who have signed up for a MHFA class with Tracy ( If you have not yet registered for that, please email her to do so.

If you have already completed the application form and were directed here to purchase, please do so by clicking the “Buy Now” button. Thank you!