Starting Monday, May 1st, help promote Mental Health Matters Month!
Here's information on activities and resources to help support these efforts!
"Be the Change"
Starting in May, we are asking the community to take a pledge to “Be the Change” and help end mental health stigma and discrimination in Placer County.
GOING LIVE May 1st:
People will be able to take the pledge online at placer4mentalhealth.org
and learn ways to successfully ‘be the change.’
STARTING May 1st:
Share & promote this call to action!!
- Follow and Tag @placer4mentalhealth on Instagram and Facebook.
- Use hashtag #placer4mentalhealth
- Use image and media files below!
FOR ALL FILES (listed below): Download Zip Folder
For Individual File Downloads:
Be the Change 8.5 x 11 Flyer: English | Spanish
Be the Change 18 x 24 Poster: English | Spanish
I Pledge 8.5 x 11 Sign: English | Spanish
Be the Change Zoom/Teams Background: English 1 2 3 | Spanish 1 2 3
Be the Change Social Media Post: English 1 2 3 | Spanish 1 2 3
April 28th 10:00AM-12:00PM | Calendar Link
The Campaign for Community Wellness Meeting
PCOE Seavey Center 655 Menlo Drive, Rocklin | Zoom option available
**Attention Providers/Schools: We will have
Mental Health Month SWAG for pick up!**
May 6th 9:00AM | Calendar Link
Join us on the NAMI Placer County Team at NAMIWalks 2023
Location: William Land Park, Sacramento
For more information and other ways to participate or contribute: Event Flyer
May 7th 2:00 PM | Calendar Link
Step out of Stigma, Mental Health Awareness Walk and Resource Fair
Location: Railhead Park (175 Pacific Ave) Auburn
Sponsored by Beautiful Minds Wellness, benefiting Whole-Person Mental Health Education & Support | Register here
May 18th 12:00 PM
CalMHSA #Share4MH Instagram Live Event
Moderated by renowned mental health influencer and therapist
Amber Dee (@Blackfemaletherapist), along with Owin Peirson (@owinpierson),
and Anysa and Amaya Gray (@grayytwins).
May 23rd Time TBD
Placer County Board of Supervisors Proclamation
Show your support as we go to the Placer County Board of Supervisors with a Proclamation declaring May as Mental Health Matters Month.
Join us on Zoom or in person with your lime green shirts!
To access links to these trainings, visit the CCW Calendar
- Reclaiming 2SQT+ (Two-spirit, Queer, and Trans) Youth Thriving:
An Intersection, Anti-racist, and Radical Love Approach to Suicide Prevention
- Working with Migrants and Refugees
- Motivational Interviewing: a 2-Day Intensive
- Be Sensitive, Be Brave for Mental Health
- Nurtured Heart Approach: Deeper Drive for Providers
- Law & Ethics: Updates for Clinicians
- Secondary Trauma Recovery
- ASIST: Applied Suicide Intervention Skills
- Mindspring Mental Health Webinars and Events
State Campaign Resources
The statewide Take Action for Mental Health campaign 2023 theme is “Share, or #Share4MH” As in, we are encouraging others to share how you take care of your own well-being, and how you get support. Share how you’re feeling today. Share music or songs that uplift you. Share how you overcame stigmas in your family or community in getting mental health support. In May (and every other month!) we’re encouraging counties, organizations, and so many others to come together and share how they support their mental well-being on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter by using the hashtag #Share4MH.
Click here to access Feel Better Bops Spotify Playlist, Recipes for Wellness and Self-Care, E-blasts, Social Media Assets, Web Banners, and Resources: "Your Mental Wellness Plan" and "What Might Work for You? Mental Health Support Options."