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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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Honor of Pride Month

This month and beyond… We are committed to eliminating disparities in behavioral healthcare for the LGBTQ+ community.  The following resources were assembled through efforts of the Placer County Systems of Care in collaboration with the Placer Campaign for Community Wellness (CCW), Placer READI, and local LGBTQ+ community advocates.  Mental health and substance use disorders are not

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Black History Month

Black History Month This month we celebrate and honor Black and African American contributions to the mental health movement. Read on to learn about these pioneers, the origins of Black History Month, data on mental health disparities, and gain access to articles, a podcast, upcoming training, and recorded interview. Advancing health equity and eliminating racism

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Native American Heritage Month

Photo by Getty Images Appreciating the Truth About Native American History The month of the November, with Thanksgiving and Native American Heritage Month, brings a chance to learn more about Native American culture and history. Unfortunately, the stories historically promoted in the broader American society has typically not matched the actual history and experiences of

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SOGIE 101 Training Recording & Resources

SOGIE 101: Webinar and Panel Discussion with Claire Buckley was held on October 27, 2021. This training is designed to engage participants to gain a better understanding of the differences between Sex assigned at birth, Gender Identity, Gender Expression, and Sexual/Romantic Orientation.  Please see the training recording, slides and shared resources below: New! SOGIE 101

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SOGIE 101 Training

October 27th 3:00pm-5:00pm Join us for this FREE introductory training and panel discussion designed to engage participants to gain a better understanding of the differences between Sex assigned at birth, Gender Identity, Gender Expression, and Sexual/Romantic Orientation. This subject is often difficult for people to discuss, so every effort is made to make the topic

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Race, Equity & Inclusion

Race, Equity & Inclusion FREE Upcoming Trainings & Resources SOGIE 101 Training & Panel DiscussionSexual Orientation, Gender Identity & ExpressionFree Training funded by Placer County MHSA October 27, 2021 3-5pm via ZoomRegistration coming soon! Black Minds Matter 2! “Learning through the lens of an African American family member” Presented by American Psychiatric AssociationSeptember 8th  9:00-11:00AMView

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BIPOC Mental Health Month

BIPOC Mental Health Month asks all of us to enhance public awareness of mental illness faced by Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. For historically marginalized communities, traditional systems of care may overlook cultural and historical factors that impede BIPOC mental health. That is why this year Mental Health America (MHA) is highlighting #StrengthInCommunities. For

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