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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! Placer4MentalHealth Campaign”Be the Change” We are […]

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Black History Month

Black History Month Black History Month is observed every February to celebrate the accomplishments of Black and African Americans. It is an opportunity to recognize the many ways Black history, culture, leadership, and innovation have influenced all facets of life in the United States. Learn about the origins of Black History Month National Theme 2024African Americans

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SAVE THE DATE – MENTAL HEALTH WELLNESS FAIR – MAY 2024

Placer4MentalHealth Wellness Fair NOW ACCEPTING VENDOR APPLICATIONS Vendor Information The Mental Health Wellness Fair DATE: THURSDAY – MAY 2, 2024 TIME: 10am to 7pm LOCATION: Maidu Community Center in Roseville Priority will be given to Mental Health providers and related supports servicing Placer County residence.  Due to space, we must limit the number of vendors

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2024 WET Loan Repayment Program

The Central Regional Partnership WET Loan Repayment Program has been extended 30 days and will now close March 8, 2024 at 5:00 PM. A limited number of awards will be available in the public mental health system (PMHS) within Placer County. Eligible public mental health professionals in Placer County may be awarded up to $8,750 towards the repayment of educational loans. View post for eligibility requirements and additional information.

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Placer County MHSA FY 2023 to 2026 Three Year Plan posted for a 30-day public review and comment through June 25, 2023

The Placer County Mental Health Services Act Fiscal Year (FY) 2023-2026 3-Year Plan and Annual Evaluation Report for FY 21/22 have been posted for a 30-day public review and comment period from May 26, 2023 to June 25, 2023.  In an effort to continually improve the mental health services provided by MHSA through community input,

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Personality Disorders – Recorded Trainings

Personality Disorders Trainings with Dr. Greg Lester Placer County’s Personality Disorders trainings with Dr. Greg Lester were held in person in February 2023. These training lectures were recorded and are available for review with the trainer’s permission. Continuing Education (CE) credit is not available with review of these recordings.    These lectures are intended for

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