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 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
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.
This class is for anyone interested in an intersectional analysis and holistic approach to healing. It is self-paced, led by people of color and takes about 2-hours to complete and free for the month of June.
A webinar to dig deeper into how unaccompanied youth can access stimulus payments under the CARES Act, and
This program will train students to be CalFresh Outreach Ambassadors who will serve at their California Community College.
Mental Health Matters Month Activity Guide with weekly activities that can be done while practicing social distancing.
Kick-off Mental Health Matters Month by expressing yourself with the Each Mind Matters #ManySidesToMyStory challenge!