The Jed Foundation (JED) Student Voice of Mental Health Awards honor one undergraduate college student and one high school student doing outstanding work to raise awareness of mental health issues.
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office is recruiting organizations to participate in a paid Outreach Partnership Program
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.
Each year, NAMI California convenes staff, board members, affiliate leaders, members, and behavioral health
experts and advocates to examine important trends, best practices, new treatments, activities in mental health, and ways we can work together to improve care and services for our families and communities.
To facilitate the nurturing of our extraordinary community until we can again gather in-person, our virtual conference presents a continuity of Meaningful discussions and connections with statewide peers and stakeholders. Our virtual conference will consist of speakers, workshops, exhibits, and networking during the two-day event.
Storytelling can be very healing. Center for Applied Research Solutions (CARS) invites you to share your experience through multimedia. CARS especially welcomes diverse and differently impacted voices, including students and young adults.
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.
Prior to the coronavirus outbreak, approximately 17% of college students experienced homelessness over the course of a year. In the wake of the outbreak and school closures, there is an even greater need to understand how to identify and support this vulnerable population.
A COVID-19 response guide published this week by Goldrick-Rab’s center, the Hope Center for College, Community and Justice, recommends colleges consider how dorm and dining hall closures might affect students who are home and food insecure.
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!
Resources and updates regarding the 2019 Novel Coronavirus.