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SALUD MENTAL 101

  • En esta presentación, aprenderá:

El 1 de octubre (sábado) a las 11am por Zoom

¿Qué es la salud mental?

  • ¿Por qué es tan importante?

  • ¿Cómo puedo cuidar a mi salud mental?

  • ¿Cúales recursos hay en la Area de la Bahía para la salud mental?

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Mental Health 101
Community Presentation

Thursday, September 15 @ 6:00pm

Learn about mental health, hear speakers share stories of living with mental health conditions, and connect to resources and NAMI programs

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Join us for a conversation on the role that faith communities play in meeting mental health challenges. Members of all communities are invited to attend!

Thursday December 9th 
5-6:30pm PT

VIRTUAL ROUNDTABLE FOLLOWED BY Q&A

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Interfaith Summit
How faith communities can support mental health initiatives 

Community Presentation: Mental Health + Public Policy
Presented by Richelle Mah

NAMI SF Intern Richelle Mah (USF, Psychology 21') will present her research on the intersection of mental health, public policy, and community treatment. For all community members!

Wednesday December 8th 
5:00-6:00pm PST

 

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Dr. Descartes Li from UCSF gave an hour long presentation on some basics around psychiatric medications and answered crowd sourced questions on the topic. This presentation is extremely helpful for anyone that might be interested in taking medications, is currently taking medications or is supporting someone that is taking psychiatric medications. 

Our panel discussion on May 24, 2021 was led by the leader of our Black subcommittee Tamuri Richardson. Panelists included Dr. Jaseon Outlaw and Ms. Ricka L. White-Soso.  This event touched on some of the ways in which mental health and mental health care is experienced differently for Black folks. They offered tips on self advocacy, discussed ways in which the medical field falls short for Black folks and presented possible steps forward.