**The FY 2020-2023 MHSA Plan is now posted for public comment**

All in person meetings will be moved to remote conferencing until further notice.

CCW Meetings

4th Friday of each month
10am to 12pm

Join our monthly meeting which provides a forum for networking and creative problem solving. Meetings are open to the public.
Contact: info@placerccw.org

Campaign Development and Community Outreach

Meets as needed during CCW Monthly Meeting.
Contact: Jennifer Price

Workforce Education and Training

4th Monday of each month,
11533 “C” Ave., Auburn Large Conf. Room 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Contact: Michele Irwin

NAMI Family Support Group

3rd Thursday of each month, Auburn Main Library, Beecher Room 6:30pm to 8:00pm (no meeting July or Dec.)
Contact: Gayle Smullen

The most effective mental health care occurs when people work together.

The CCW transforms Mental Health and Wellness in Placer County by networking, sharing and providing a forum for creative problem solving.

Reducing stigma and discrimination makes space for success.

We at CCW know that recovery and resilliency requires support and the social climate make all the difference.

When people are heard, new things can happen.

The CCW seeks to strengthen the voice of unrepresented populations in decision-making around mental health policy and resource allocation.

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