The Final Approved 2020 to 2023 Mental Health Services Act Plan

The Final Approved 2020 to 2023 Mental Health Services Act Plan is now posted Read Full Plan Here

Each Mind Matters: Toxic Positivity

Telling someone to “cheer up” can actually make them feel worse. It can be hard to sit with someone who is hurting, but rushing to dismiss someone’s feelings makes the person feel unheard and doesn’t allow them to process what they’re going through. In fact, learning to accurately label, experience and talk about negative emotions …

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Each Mind Matters: Window of Tolerance

We all have a “window of tolerance” where we can process and respond to the stressors and demands of everyday life. In this window, we can think and make decisions without feeling overwhelmed. But when we are exposed to extreme stress or trauma, our brains and bodies respond by sending signals to either Fight, Flight …

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Each Mind Matters: Restore our mental well-being

What can we do to return to our window of tolerance? Here are some small actions to help restore our mental well-being: For hyperarousal: Try reducing ambient noise and distractions. Find a way to release energy like taking a brisk walk or cleaning a space in your home. For hypoarousal: Do things to help yourself …

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2020 to 2023 Mental Health Services Act Plan – open for public comment

The Placer County Mental Health Services Act Fiscal Year (FY) 2020-2023 3-Year Plan has been posted for a 30-day public review and comment period from July 25, 2020 to August 23, 2020.  In an effort to continually improve the mental health services provided by MHSA through community input, we welcome comments for a 30-day review …

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Implicit Bias – Remote Training with Dr. Marks

Placer County Systems of Care is offering a remote Implicit Bias training with Dr. Marks on Tuesday, June 23rd at 12:30-4:30pm. This training is recommended for all HHS line staff, leadership, and community providers. Placer County employees will need supervisor approval to attend the training. Registration is available through our Learning Management System (LMS) – …

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Resources & Downloads As we celebrate Mental Health Matters Month, we are focusing on how expressing ourselves in different ways can raise awareness about mental health, break down barriers between people, build our own wellness and strengthen our communities. The effects of self-expression and creativity on our mental health and well-being have been widely documented. …

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Clinical Supervision Registration is now open!

In response to the COVID-19 Stay-at-Home order, Placer County Systems of Care has restructured our Clinical Supervision training and will offer both a remote 6-hour renewal training and a 15-hour training for new supervisors. Both trainings will be offered remotely- The 6-hour renewal will be via a webinar that can be taken within 120 days …

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Motivational Interviewing Registration is now open!

In response to the COVID-19 Stay-at-Home order, Placer County Systems of Care has restructured our Motivational Interviewing training and will offer a remote, two half-day, training via Zoom on May 6-7. Space for this remote training is limited, so log into your Placer Learns account and register today! (We hope to offer a regular on-site …

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