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This meeting was part of the Commission’s Schools and Mental Health Project’s outreach and engagement strategy with California’s diverse communities.
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At parent meetings at two elementary schools in San Diego, parents spoke passionately about the mental health needs of their children and what schools can do to help.
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The Early Psychosis Intervention Plus (EPI Plus) Program is intended to help improve the lives of Californians with mental health needs before those needs escalate and become severe or disabling.
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The Fellowship Program seeks to expand opportunities for consumers and practitioners to inform the work of the Commission and public policy, while creating professional opportunities for consumers and practitioners to be exposed to the policy process and the work of the Commission.
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Kelechi Ubozoh is an accomplished journalist, poet and singer, but the voice she most wants people to hear is the voice she uses to help keep people alive.
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The College Student Mental Health project stories, which ran over two days in early February in 11 Southern California News Group (SCNG) papers, is a comprehensive report with up-close-and-personal storytelling from those open to discussing this important issue. Reporting for this project was supported by a grant from the California Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission.
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Transition Age Youth Takes Seat at MHSOAC State Commission Meeting
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