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Meetings, Trainings, and Community Events

Campaign for Community Wellness

Monthly, alternating between the 4th Friday of each month 10:00am to 11:30am and the 3rd Thursday 4:00pm to 5:30pm.  Most meetings are now on Zoom, with in person meetings quarterly. When in person, location is typically PCOE Office, Auburn or PCOE Office Rocklin. For a calendar invite contact:

Agendas and Minutes

Campaign Development and Community Outreach

Meets as needed during CCW Monthly Meeting.
Contact: Jennifer Price
Contact: Claire Buckley
Contact Janice LeRoux

Workforce Education and Training

4th Monday of each month 1:00pm to 2:30pm, mostly on Zoom, with in person meetings quarterly. In person location: 11533 “C” Ave., Auburn Large Conf. Room 
Contact: Michele Irwin

Agendas and Minutes

NAMI Family Support Group

NAMI Family Support Group

These are usually small groups, which allow families to share experiences and provide mutual support.
Visit NAMI Placer County for the current calendar.
Contact: NAMI Placer County email

The CCW meets monthly and all meetings are open to the public. A current schedule can be found in the calendar above.

The CCW uses a collaborative, sharing meeting style in order to increase connections between members and facilitate an open and transparent consideration of the strengths and challenges of the system.

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A community organization facilitates the CCW meetings. This team is critical to guide the conversations at each meeting and ensure that all voices are included in the process.

In order to record key decisions and conversations at each meeting, minutes are taken at all CCW meetings and posted on the Campaign for Community Wellness website.

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