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Here’s why it matters and how you can show support   Why do we need “Minority Mental Health Month”? Even though most of the things we need to be mentally healthy are universal -- like safe housing, supportive …

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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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October 4 – 10 is Mental Health Awareness Week, an annual event when people across the nation will come together to spread awareness about the importance of mental health and to speak out against the …

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July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. Culture, race, gender, ethnicity, age and sexual orientation are all factors that can influence mental health. Today we highlight recent information about our diverse communities and what …

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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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Directing Change Award Ceremony: On Tuesday, May 19, student filmmakers from across the state gathered at the Crest Theatre in Sacramento to learn the statewide winners of the third annual Directing Change Film Contest. A total of 420 submissions, …

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Mental Health Matters Month activities are going strong. Here are last week's highlights showing you what people in your communities are doing to speak up and speak out about mental health. Join the conversation and …

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Each Mind Matters is working hard this May for Mental Health Matters Month to raise awareness and reduce stigma and discrimination. Every week we will be showing you what people in your communities are doing …

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