May is Mental Health Matters Month 2024

This May, help promote Mental Health Matters Month!
The Board of Supervisors has proclaimed May as Mental Health Matters Month in Placer County, reinforcing the county's commitment to raising awareness, breaking down stigma and promoting access to mental health resources. Here's information on activities and resources to help support these efforts!

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Placer4MentalHealth Campaign

"Be the Change"

We are asking the community to take a pledge to “Be the Change” and help end mental health stigma and discrimination in Placer County. 

People can take the pledge online at
and learn ways to successfully ‘be the change.’

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


May 11th 10:00AM-12:00PM 
AAPI Month Mini Festival
Mahany Fitness Center Gym, Roseville
Come celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month!

May 16th 4:00PM-5:30PM | Calendar Link
The Campaign for Community Wellness Meeting
(Zoom Meeting)
Get involved with local mental health advocacy!

May 18th 10:00AM-4:00PM                        Placer Pride                                                  Royer Park, 190 Park Dr., Roseville, CA 95678 Help celebrate and support our LGBTQIA+ community here in Placer County.
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Wellness Fair

On Thursday May 2nd, Placer4Mentalhealth hosted their first ever Mental Health Wellness Fair at the Maidu Community Center in Roseville, CA. The fair included 40+ vendors and over 600 attendees.

This was a FREE event open to the public featuring wellness workshops, family friendly activities, free food, and Medi-Cal sign-ups. The event also featured live entertainment from comedians Drew Shafer & Dejan Tyler, Auburn Hip Hop Congress, and finalist of Season 21 of The Voice Katie Rae! 

Here's a news article covering the event by Gold Country Media and a recap video below created by Placer County HHS.

A big thank you to the committee members, sponsors, vendors, performers, and everyone who helped make this event possible!

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To access links to these trainings, visit the CCW Calendar

  • Motivational Interviewing: A 2-day intensive (in person)
  • Substance Use Disorders: Co-occurring Disorders, overview of definition & best practices
  • Be Sensitive, Be Brave for Suicide Prevention
  • Mindspring Mental Health Webinars and Events

Mental Health Awareness Short Film (Unspoken)

2024 Short film aimed at highlighting the struggles on a person across a year leading up to the festive season. Told through the medium of social media and text messages. Click Here to view.

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Attention AAPI Residents:

Help us learn about your mental health needs!

May is also Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage MonthAAPI Placer County, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, is partnering with Placer County Health and Human Services to gather important information from AAPI residents. Your input will help inform decisions for current and future support services and programs. It is anonymous and confidential. Click here or use the QR code to complete the survey.  Download this flyer to share this survey with others!

Statewide Campaign Resources

The statewide Take Action for Mental Health campaign 2024 theme is Reimagine, or #ReimagineMH" As in, we are encouraging others to reimagine your Mental Health. 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 #ReimagineMH.


Click here to access the full toolkit includes Social Media Posts, Web Banners, Goal Setting Worksheet, Re-imagine Your Mental Health One Sheeter, and a Mini Journal.

We’ve updated the DropBox to include a walkthrough of the MIMHM – Reimagine toolkit: Toolkit Walkthrough 

Click here to access the NEW Reimagine Mental Health Spotify Playlist. 

We have a limited supply of Mental Health Month swag! If you are interested in arranging a pickup, please email                  

Printed Materials (English and Spanish)
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In Crisis? Call 1-800-273-8255

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