‘Right to Heal: Centering Mental Health in Multi-Racial Equity in California’ statewide virtual event.
Conversaciones semanales moderadas en línea entre jóvenes LGBTQI+ en español e inglés
Online facilitated discussion groups for LGBTQI+ teens in English and Spanish.
Join California’s CARE TA Center for two powerful days of presentations related to the crisis continuum of care, justice diversion, recovery supports, and anti-racist clinical and hiring practices for diversity, equity, and inclusion in the behavioral health workforce.
This workshop will explore the current role and effects of grief in college students.
Lessons Learned from the Past Year: A Panel on Supporting College Students with Experience in Foster Care & Homelessness
Higher education institutions had a difficult year supporting students amidst the pandemic. But some institutions, in particular, have created support specifically for students with experience in foster care and homelessness.
The Ohlone College Mental Health Equity Scholars invite you to participate in the Mental Health Equity Conference, taking place in a virtual manner, from June 16 – 18, 2021. Registration is free. ASL interpreters will be made available.
Now through March 1, The Jed Foundation is accepting applications for our 2021 Student Voice of Mental Health Award.
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!