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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Cultural Broker Dialogue Series (Session 1/8)

Date: March 24, 2021 Time: 12:30 pm  to  2:00 pm Location: Zoom   Flyer-Cultural Dialogue Series 2021 Training Flyer-Cultural Dialogue Series 2021 Page 2 Training Flyer Cultural Dialogue Series 2021 Placer County’s Systems of Care is offering a Cultural Broker Dialogue Series Systems of Care Staff and community partners to expand cultural awareness, facilitate rich cross-cultural dialogue and build

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Implicit Bias 101: Awareness

Date: March 10, 2021 Time: 9:00 am  to  12:00 pm Location: ZOOM Placer County’s Workforce Education and Training has partnered with Health and Human Services to bring back our Implicit Bias training with Dr. Bryant Marks. This will be a two-part training: Implicit Bias 101 – Awareness Training on March 10th and Implicit Bias 201 – Mitigation Training on March 11th. Both trainings

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Black History Month

Black History Month is an opportunity to honor and celebrate the contributions African Americans have made in the United States. As we use the month to highlight the many contributions from the African American community, we encourage you to learn about these contributions beyond simply this month. Behavioral Health Champions Joy DeGruy, PhD Dr. Joy Angela DeGruy

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