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Each Mind Matters recognizes the significant disparities and trauma experienced by BIPOC communities and understands that true social justice cannot be achieved unless mental health disparities in the BIPOC community are addressed. Therefore we are …

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On May 6th California cities came together to shine a light on mental health awareness. Riverside, Indio, San Francisco and Alameda, all joined Each Mind Matters in expressing  support for May is Mental Health Matters …

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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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Each Mind Matters is excited to announce the awards for the 2018 Lime Green Ribbon School Mini-Grant Program! The Lime Green Ribbon School Mini-Grant Program will engage students and school staff from across the state to …

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We observed Mental Health Awareness Week during Oct. 1-7 this year, and provided a toolkit to inspire others to raise awareness and start important conversations with colleagues, friends and families. Thank you to everyone who …

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Each year during the first full week of October, we observe and celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW). This year, MHAW takes place from October 1-7. Let's use this opportunity to join the millions who …

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  Each Mind Matters is excited to announce our new Resource Center website where you can search and find resources! Do you know that Each Mind Matters has resources in Korean? Are you looking for a suicide …

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It's almost Mental Health Matters Month, the most lime green month of the year! This year, Each Mind Matters is placing a special focus to encourage everyone to start conversations, listen openly to one another …

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Guest Blog By: SanaMente Strategic Council* May is Mental Health Matters Month is soon approaching and SanaMente has developed new materials and resources to support Latino mental health. In the past year, 1 in 5 Latinos experienced …

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