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By Sarah Vantrease, Assistant Director, Butte County Library Public libraries are vital resources for our communities. They offer gathering places, trusted sources of information, warm spots with WiFi and lend books and other materials. In many communities, people …

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Black History Month is a time to celebrate the contributions African American leaders have made to our society for hundreds of years. It is also a prime opportunity to reflect and ensure that the next wave of dreamers, trailblazers, and game-changers …

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In 2013, the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) and KVIE Public Television partnered to create the documentary A New State of Mind: Ending the Stigma of Mental Illness to raise awareness of mental health challenges. This moving …

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Each Mind Matters change agents have been working tirelessly throughout California to end the stigma surrounding mental health, and below are just a few highlights of their incredible efforts: Peer Recovery Art in Modesto, Calif. created …

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Last month for Mental Health Matters Month, California Community College students held peer-to-peer events to educate and raise awareness about mental health. Nine student clubs and organizations took part in activities which included teaching stress …

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By Diane Lampe As a teacher and school counselor who is passionate about student mental health and wellness I am a part of this movement. Currently I’m a Coordinator at the Sacramento County Office of Education …

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According to a new RAND Corporation study, Most California residents experiencing a mental health challenge do not feel supported, and instead feel stigmatized in personal as well as professional relationships. The California Well-Being Survey was conducted …

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