This year’s Mental Health Matters Month theme is #HopeForChange. The activities and messages ground us in the moment, allow us to reflect on the growth we have experienced, and empower us to face change in the future with hope as our guiding principle.
DBSA Depression Support Group for the Sacramento area, but all are welcome!
We meet via ZOOM every Tuesday evening at 6:30 PM Pacific time.
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Meeting ID: 746 2196 1906
Now through March 1, The Jed Foundation is accepting applications for our 2021 Student Voice of Mental Health Award.
Are you, or do you know:
• a high school senior or recent graduate who is
• beginning college for the first time in the fall of 2021, and
• someone who has experienced homelessness in the last six years?
If so, keep reading to learn how to apply to the SchoolHouse Connection National Scholarship.
The fourth annual Undocumented Student Action Week is October 19-23. Undocumented Student Action week is a systemwide campaign to advocate and provide support resources for our undocumented student population.
In 2018-2020, John Burton Advocates for Youth (JBAY) and the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (LACDMH) led a multi-year effort with 11 community colleges to co-locate services and establish strong referral pathways with community providers.
The Health Services Association California Community Colleges annual conference will be hosted every Friday in March 2021.
Save the date for the third (virtual) MHWA support meeting!
El Rotafolio y un enfoque en la importancia de buscar ayuda y cómo reducir el estigma sobre la salud mental
Este seminario web gratuito presentará “El Rotafolio” basado en la campaña estatal para la prevención del suicido titulado “Reconocer las Señales”. /// This free webinar offers the “El Rotafolio” presentation based on the statewide suicide prevention campaign: Know the Signs, for the Spanish speaking community.