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Mental Health Awareness Event-in-a-Box We are excited to offer an opportunity for schools to build California’s Mental Health Movement by hosting a mental health awareness event during Mental Health Awareness Month in May. Student-run clubs from …

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Do you use social media to connect with others when it comes to mental health awareness? Perhaps you already follow Each Mind Matters on our Facebook page, but did you know we're also on Instagram …

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In our last blog, we shared how small moments of happiness contributes to our overall mental health. According to decades of research, happy people tend to live longer, exhibit fewer or less severe mental health …

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It’s The Little Things

Research has found that small moments of positivity, the little things that make us happy throughout the day, can accumulate over time.  A quick smile at a neighbor, a good laugh, a friendly hello to …

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Each Mind Matters and SanaMente are excited to announce the awards for the 2019 SanaMente Mini-Grant Program!   The SanaMente Mini-Grant Program will engage Latino communities across California to promote mental health, reduce stigma and prevent suicide. …

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During Mental Health Awareness Week, we asked our followers to join us in a conversation about mental health through some Q&A posts on social media. Read on for some of the thoughtful and insightful responses …

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Each Mind Matters and SanaMente, the Spanish-language movement for mental health, have joined together to create a grant opportunity that will energize Californians to engage our Latino populations in attaining mental wellness and equality. Wellness doesn’t mean we’ll …

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Suicide Prevention Week is underway. During this week individuals and organizations around the country join their voices to broadcast the message that suicide can be prevented, and to reach as many people as possible with …

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Guest Blog By: Raquel Sosa, for Active Minds* I remember when I saw a mental health pamphlet in Spanish at an Active Minds Conference in California. It was so exciting, fascinating and surprising to me. Yes …

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