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.
This training from California’s Crisis and Recovery Enhancement (CARE) TA Center covers evidence-based self-help strategies to regulate difficult emotions that are common during the holidays and exacerbated for many during 2020’s pandemic-related grief and social distancing.
This conference is a space for students, faculty, classified professionals, and administrators. In previous years at least half of our attendees were students.
Virtual | #ActiveMindsCon21
The Active Minds National Conference is the nation’s premier conference focused on young adults and mental health.
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.
This symposium will gather medical professionals, child welfare workers, prevention workers, mentors, and executives from a variety of disciplines to “bridge-the-gap” and elevate the voices of experts to a national audience in the pursuit of equity for our LGBTQ+ youth.
The California Homeless Youth Project and graduate students from Claremont Graduate University are collaborating on a research study in order to learn about issues impacting students who have experienced housing challenges while enrolled in a California community college.
In this session, Dr. James Armontrout will discuss telehealth learnings drawn from his expertise in psychiatry, technology, and law, and from his own experience providing telehealth services in settings that range from outpatient clinics to high security correctional settings.
JED Foundation is joining a panel discussion, “Supporting the Mental Health of BIPOC Students,” with Mental Health America of Greater Houston, Rice University Wellbeing Center, University of Houston, and The Steve Fund.