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Welcome to the Mental Health Association in California: assuring that everyone who needs mental health care has access to the appropriate level of care.

SAVE THE DATE: MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER AWARENESS DAY, MAY 13 IN SACRAMENTO


CALIFORNIA LAUNCHES MOBILE APP TO PROVIDE SAFETY NET AND LIFELINE FOR INDIVIDUALS HAVING THOUGHTS OF SUICIDE


EXPERIMENT PUTS THERAPISTS ON PRIMARY CARE TEAMS -- KAISER HEALTH NEWS


LACDMH’S EMMY-WINNING DOCUMENTARY SERIES, "PROFILES OF HOPE," AVAILABLE FOR ONLINE VIEWING AND DISTRIBUTION


CalMHSA LAUNCHES NEW SPEAKER'S BUREAU MICROSITE, SPEAKOURMINDS.ORG


SEN. STEINBERG CONVENES PRESS CONFERENCE REGARDING PROPOSAL FOR MENTAL HEALTH


PLEASE SEE "STYLE GUIDE: REPORTING ON MENTAL HEALTH," CREATED BY TEAM UP


MENTAL HEALTH FOCUSING ON VIOLENCE BEFORE IT OCCURS


CalMHSA STIGMA REDUCTION INITIATIVE CHANGES MEDIA REPORTING ON MENTAL ILLNESS


WORKPLACE MENTAL HEALTH: IT PAYS TO BE PROACTIVE

Super Feb. 4 article on Forbes on how it is cost-effective to address mental health at work. The article references the Partnership for Workplace Mental Health’s work and more. The Partnership is one of the Wellness Works! program development partners. We are lucky to have them on the Wellness Works! Team.


BRING MENTAL ILLNESS OUT OF THE SHADOWS

This is an opinion piece from USA Today written by Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services, about the state of mental -ealth care in the United States on the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy's address to Congress on this topic.


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Each Mind Matters



Wellness Works! A workplace mental health program







1 in 4 American adults live with a diagnosable mental health condition. Do More for 1 in 4 by becoming a member of Mental Health America . For $5/month you can help the 60 million Americans with a mental health condition find information, support and treatment. Visit www.mentalhealthamerica.net/go/action/membership to learn more.



Donate Your Unwanted Vehicles
The Mental Health Association in California is now accepting vehicle donations. The process is easy! Just answer a few questions and we will do the rest! To donate or for more information, please call Desiree Alarcon at 916-557-1167.



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