The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office is recruiting organizations to participate in a paid Outreach Partnership Program
CCC MH Grant Services
BHJIS is awarding multiple grants between $50,000 – $700,000 that provides funding to help local communities address critical intervention points through which individuals with mental and substance use disorders can be diverted from criminal justice involvement.
The California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions is offering an 11-week, free webinar series that teaches practical skills to support ongoing improvement of behavioral telehealth.
Help MHSOAC better understand what you and/or your stakeholders need to know or want to learn about California mental health finances, programs, and outcomes, and how the Commission can best provide access to that information.
The Each Mind Matters annual social media contest is back! In March, we’ll once again invite our social media followers to help reduce stigma around mental health by showing some lime green love. It’s time to turn social media lime green!
The 2020 Health Services Association – California Community College’s Annual State Conference
Beginning on January 1, 2020, eligible Medi-Cal providers can receive a $29 payment for conducting qualifying ACEs screenings for children and adults (through age 64) with full-scope Medi-Cal.
Through this interactive webinar series, participants will cover and discuss a variety of topics and case scenarios that entail cultural self-awareness, awareness of other cultural contexts, an understanding of different dynamics, development of cultural knowledge, and the ability to adapt and practice skills to fit other cultural contexts.
This webinar will explore the brief crisis intervention model, which provides immediate response and short-term support to help students remain in school. Presented by Monique Crandal, PhD, UC San Diego Health Services; and Philip Van Saun, MA, UC Office of the President.
This document provides an overview of screening tools that can be implemented at CCC. These tools are complementary and can help your campus expand mental health service capacity at both the student and population level.